• Top Las Vegas CBD Brands That You Should Know

    Top Las Vegas CBD Brands That You Should Know0

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    The United States of America is a developed country with 50 states that each have a unique way of life and culture. However, health matters remain a big priority at a time when various health conditions are affecting both kids and adults.

    America was one of the first regions to accept medical cannabis and conduct research on its potency through its universities and medical centers. As such, people have a lot of information when it comes to products such as CBD and its health benefits.

    If you are from Las Vegas, the largest city in the state of Nevada, you might be wondering which are the top CBD brands that you can trust.… Continue reading.

  • APRU Announces Sanitizer Co-Packing Agreement with All You Need Goods

    APRU Announces Sanitizer Co-Packing Agreement with All You Need Goods0

    TITUSVILLE, Fla., May 18, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The Apple Rush Company, Inc. (US OTC PINK: APRU) (the “company”), a beverage maker, manufacture of unique consumer brands and CBD and Kratom products and drinks, announced today that it has begun co-packing hand sanitizer for All You Need Goods, LLC.

    Apple Rush Company has begun co-packing a spray hand sanitizer for All You Need Goods in Jacksonville, Florida. “We took on this project because we felt we could help during this National Pandemic of Covid-19. We are utilizing our factory capabilities and knowledge in packaging to help fill a shortage of hand sanitizer.… Continue reading.

  • The Golden Road Kratom

    The Golden Road Kratom0


    Issuing Office:
    Center for Drug Evaluation and Research | CDER

    United States

    Date:               May 15, 2020

    RE:                  Unapproved and Misbranded Products Related to Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)

    This is to advise you that the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) reviewed your website at the Internet address www.thegoldenroadkratom.com on May 1, 2020. The FDA observed that your website offered kratom products for sale in the United States and that these products were intended to mitigate, prevent, treat, diagnose, or cure COVID-19 in people. Based on our review, these products were unapproved new drugs sold in violation of section 505(a) of the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act (FD&C Act), 21 U.S.C.Continue reading.

  • Five Of The Best Anxiety Supplements

    Five Of The Best Anxiety Supplements0

    Article Courtesy of : Tammy Taylor, blogger and health advocate.

    Anxiety is not a comfortable condition, and it impacts about 40 million adults in the United States alone. Anxiety is treatable, and to get rid of it, you can try the following:

    All of these options can help you get rid of anxiety, and doing more, or all of them at once is going to improve the quality of your life significantly. While resting more and cutting stress out of life is not an option for some, supplements, working out, and eating healthy certainly are.

    Eating healthy means cutting junk food and similar products out of your diet.

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  • Denver Lifts Ban On Kratom

    Denver Lifts Ban On Kratom0

    Denver Public Schools Concerned About Drop In FundingColorado faces a huge budget shortfall amid the coronavirus pandemic and education could be impacted.

    Calls To Colorado Crisis Services IncreaseThere are more calls for help due to the coronavirus pandemic and feelings of isolation.

    Automatic Hand Washing Machine Improves HygieneOnly about 5% of people wash their hands the right way.

    Aurora Public Schools Focuses On Mental HealthThe school district is making sure teachers, staff have access to mental health tools during remote learning.

    Some Veterans, Older Adults Struggle With Coronavirus GuidelinesSome people with Alzheimer’s, dementia struggle to wear masks, wash hands often.

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  • FTC Slams SoCal Sellers For COVID-19 Marketing

    FTC Slams SoCal Sellers For COVID-19 Marketing0

    MANHATTAN BEACH, CA —The Federal Trade Commission announced Thursday it sent 45 U.S. companies letters warning them to stop making unsubstantiated claims that their products and therapies can treat or prevent COVID-19. The FTC sent three of those warnings to South Bay companies and two to Orange County companies.

    The FTC identified South Bay and Orange County companies receiving letters as:

    • Holtorf Medical Group, El Segundo
    • Natural Herbal Life Inc., Manhattan Beach
    • Pacific Acupuncture, Manhattan Beach
    • Golden Road Kratom, Huntington Beach
    • Proactive Health, Tustin

    The letters stem from the FTC’s ongoing efforts to protect consumers from coronavirus-related scams. Several of the most recent batch of letters target “treatments,” including Chinese herbal medications, music therapy, homeopathic treatments and shields claimed to boost the immune system by protecting the wearer from electromagnetic fields, according to the FTC.… Continue reading.