New Chapter Products

June 1, 2003

New Chapter, Inc., Brattleboro, VT, re­cently unveiled twelve new products. True Tamanu® Oil promotes the formation of new tissue and optimizes wound healing and the growth of healthy skin. Supercritical Holy Basil™ contains COX-2, which has been studied with respect to cells of the breast and oral cavity, colon, prostate, skin and liver for its anti-inflammatory properties. Supercritical Stress Advantage™ includes the herbs schizandra, American ginseng, eleuthero, rhodiola, curcuma xanthorrhiza, alpinia galanga, turmeric, astragalus and ginger to help support men and women under stress. Perfect Prenatal™ is a gentle, nourishing formulation, which promotes physical stamina and emotional well-being and nurtures women and their babies during pregnancy. Rhodiola is an herbal stress supplement, which supports immune, adrenal and cardiovascular function under conditions of severe stress. Supercritical Cold ‘N’ Flu contains multiple immune-stimulating ingredients, including oregano, garlic, echinacea, elderberry, goldenseal, myrrh, andrographis paniculata, green tea, astragalus salicin combination (wintergreen, meadowsweet and purple willow), ginger and eucalyptus peppermint. Green & White Tea combines the therapeutic benefits of both these family members. Zyflamendo® Easycaps™ for prostate cancer helps slow down COX-2 activity, which is tied to cellular inflammation. Every Man® One Daily™ offers 100% or more of the daily requirements for 12 vitamins. Every Woman® One Daily™ provides 100% or more of the daily requirements for 11 vitamins. Lastly, Native Man™ and Native Woman™ offer a mushroom complex to enliven physical and sexual energy.

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