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Rosemary Gladstar Endorses Herbal Thrive Tonic

BY: Merry Lycett Harrison | Category: Health | Submitted: 2010-11-03 17:15:45
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Article Summary: "Thrive Tonic Testimonial and background on Rosemary Gladstar, herbalist. She took notice of Thrive Tonic at the Traditions in Western Herbalism Conference at Ghost Ranch, New Mexico, where she was the featured speaker. .."

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Rosemary Gladstar, beloved American herbalist and owner of Sage Mountain, herbal retreat center and native plant preserve, in Vermont, has given permission to use her complimentary words as an endorsement for Thrive Tonic. She says, "You've got an awesome formula, a great name and very nice packaging- I wish you great abundance and that Thrive Tonic finds its way to all who need it."

Rosemary took notice of Thrive Tonic at the Traditions in Western Herbalism Conference at Ghost Ranch, New Mexico, where she was the featured speaker. I was passing it around and she took a look at it and liked it right away. As often happens, experienced herbalists understand the concept of a daily, well balanced, herbal, liquid extract to nourish the body and diminish the effects of stress. Others around the table responded similarly to reading the herbal ingredients and seeing the attractive bottle.

Rosemary has made huge contributions to the international herbal community. She is the author of numerous, popular, herb books that offer common-sense, easy to use herb recipes and instruction. She offers herb courses and has led the way with United Plant Savers that monitors the health and populations of herbs at risk of being over harvested. People everywhere have been inspired to create and protect patches, fields and gardens of medicinal plants. She is truly an American treasure and I am deeply honored she supports the promotion of Thrive Tonic to all who can benefit from its synergistic blend of quality botanicals with therapeutic value to reduce the negative effects of stress, increase energy and stamina, improve digestion, mental clarity and overall wellness and vitality. To learn more about Thrive Tonic, please go to

"In the past, herbal tonics were consumed on a regular basis to maintain good health as opposed to treating an illness once you became sick. You can trust the gentle action of therapeutic herbs to nourish, restore and strengthen the mind and body for greater long-term tolerance, adaption and resilience to stress.

THRIVE TONICĀ® is not another juice supplement or miracle berry. THRIVE TONICĀ® is a pleasant tasting, liquid herbal extract of medicinal herbs - a dietary supplement to diminish stress and improve vitality with significant therapeutic value in each of its medicinal herbs. Superior quality botanicals promote the greatest benefits."

- Merry Lycett Harrison, RH (AHG)

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Millcreek Herbs, LLC, is owned by Merry Lycett Harrison, a trained clinical herbalist and a professional member of the American Herbalists Guild. ,

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