Enhancer, a women's health supplement, was the product that began everything for Pharma Botanica, a whole botanical and naturopathic supplement company based in Australia.
It’s often the simplest things in life that are the best. Nature really does provide the answers. It’s always been there for us, and with Pharma Botanica it still is.
BOCA RATON, Fla. November 13, 2017
Pharma Botanica whole botanical and naturopathic supplements will soon be available to U.S. consumers on health and wellness e-commerce website RevNutrition.com.
Pharma Botanica is an Australian company founded in 1998 by husband and wife Paul and Melissa Gribble. They took an interest in herbal supplements after Melissa Gribble began experimenting with one of their current top-sellers, Enhancer, which is traditionally used for the symptomatic relief of menopause, menstrual symptoms and irritability.
“I saw the dramatic change in Melissa when she discovered botanical medicines and I, too, experienced the incredible benefits myself,” Paul Gribble said. “We have both spent the past 18 years building our company from one product into the trusted brand it is today. We’re incredibly excited to branch out into the U.S. market and share our products with everyone in the states.”
From there the company began expanding its product line, introducing supplements like Alleraide for allergy sufferers, Bones & Teeth for calcium absorption and kidney support, Eyes Bright for eye health, Heart Mate for cardiovascular health, Liver Mate for digestive health, Memory Mate for improved cognitive function and blood circulation, MSM Alive for energy and mobility, and Stress Guard, which is for better sleep and relaxation.
Pharma Botanica’s real botanicals for broad-spectrum healthcare are sourced from their natural habitat from around the world, contain no chemical extracts and are free of residual solvents, yeast, added sugars, lactose, gluten, starch, artificial colors, flavors and preservatives.
Whole botanicals and herbal medicines are among the fastest-growing supplement categories in the United States, posting a sales increase of nearly 8 percent for 2016, the 13th consecutive year of growth in the U.S.
According to a recent report published by the American Botanical Council, U.S. consumers spent about $7.452 billion on herbal supplements in 2016, about $530 million more than in 2015. The category saw a 7.5 percent increase in 2015, and a 6.8 percent increase in 2014.
“It’s comforting to know that in today’s fast-paced, technological world, we can make a real difference to our health and well-being,” Melissa Gribble said. “It’s often the simplest things in life that are the best. Nature really does provide the answers. It’s always been there for us, and with Pharma Botanica it still is.”
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