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Homegrown wellness

From the gift that keeps on giving, Mother Nature’s powers are packed and processed in these locally made, natural wellness products that promote health and relaxation. 

Homegrown wellness

Laurin 100 percent CocoMCT (medium-chain triglycerides) is a superfood supplement made of coconut oil. It promotes ketone production as immediate energy source, improves brain function and memory, increases fat-burning for weight loss, balances cholesterol level, and protects gut from bacteria and fungi. 

Homegrown wellness

Bedrock Home and Body Essentials is a cottage industry that creates and produces functional, friendly, and safe handcrafted products that use natural, raw, and local ingredients. 

Homegrown wellness

Pili Ani’s organic, sustainable, all-natural beauty and wellness products are crafted using rare and exquisite pili and elemi oils made by local artisans. According to the brand, pili oil is rich in antioxidants and essential fatty acids, and aids in the natural healing process of the skin. 

Homegrown wellness

CocoBody is a brand of earth-friendly handmade natural cosmetics from virgin coconut oil which soothes, moisturizes, cleanses, and heals from head to toe. 

Homegrown wellness

Oryspa rice bran products are rich in vitamins E and A, as well as oryzanol, an antioxidant and anti-aging nutrient. The brand is the first and the finest maker of rice bran-based health and beauty care, home, and spa products in the country. 

Homegrown wellness

Simoy ng Haraya (whiff of imagination) creates homegrown products with relaxing scents for body, home, and wellness. 

These homegrown wellness products are available at Kultura Filipino which now delivers through its You Click We Deliver service. Click the link (https://bit.ly/3aofztw) for the list.

Topics: Mother Nature , natural wellness products , Laurin 100 percent CocoMCT
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