From culinary and omega oils to probiotics, teas, and detoxes, we’re helping you give the gift of health to those who mean the most to you this holiday season. And maybe a little self-care for you while you’re at it.
We all have that loved one who’s impossible to shop for. When it comes to their gift, it’s worth considering a gift from the health & wellness sphere. The average American spends over $100,000 on health and fitness in their lifetime with the largest portion of that spending (36%) put towards supplements. Translation: when it comes to checking people off your Christmas shopping list, you can’t go wrong with the wellness route.
Whether it’s to help reduce the $50-per-month spending for your wellness savvy, probiotic-praising daughter or to get those omega oils you’ve been telling your best friend they’d love, the holidays are a perfect time to help support those who are already invested in health and wellness. Visit FloraHealth.com to pick up their favorite products or let them try something new! Or introduce a bit of holiday health into the life of someone who is completely new to it.
Not sure what to get? Take a peek at our holiday gifts for everyone on your list, from the serious athlete to the health & wellness beginner and the cook.
Laced with brain-boosting MCT oils, anti-inflammatory turmeric, and an omega 3-6-9 oil blend geared towards sustained energy and bone support for the athlete in your life that’s always pushing themselves.*
Our line of hydro-therm pressed, omega-rich, culinary oils range in flavors from olive to pumpkin or almond. Looking for the exotic? Our Sacha Inchi Oil is the ultimate culinary oil for the experimental chef in your kitchen.
There’s nothing worse than being on the go and having to deal with an upset stomach. Be the savior this season and grab some travel care probiotics and digestive enzymes for the one on the go in your life.
We all have that person in our life that’s too busy doing it all to always be able to look out for themselves. That’s where our easy to add into your breakfast smoothie blend of fermented greens and grasses comes in to make sure you’re still getting your daily dose of green.
Hillary Eaton is a Los Angeles based food and travel writer whose work has appeared in such publications as VICE, Food & Wine, Refinery 29, Complex and Los Angeles Times.
*These statements have not been reviewed by the Food and Drug Administration. These products were not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.