Botanical Nutrition

by Rob Seeman official blogger of the health food movement


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FDA comment period on CBD expires 9/13/17

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Hi! Just a quick note to qive you a link to the Food & Drug Administration link to comment on CBD (cannibidiol) the Hemp-derived phytocannabinoid dietary supplement that has been recently praised by FDA as “beneficial”.

Not only did FDA declare CBD beneficial; it is asking for comments from the public. What a unique opportunity eh?

It should be noted this FDA quandry is in response to requests from the WHO (World Health Organization). It is not just CBD being discussed, as they are also soliciting comments on drugs such as Tramadol and Ketamine which are pharmaceutical drugs.

If you have something to add to the discussion of CBD as a legal dietary supplement in the US, and of its benefit to others, join the discussion by submitting your comments today.


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Whole Earth Radio : Episode 2

Did you say you wanted a free radio show (podcast as it were) that talks all about natural health, the environment and the inter-connectedness of it all?  Join me as I explore the Philosophy of Health in a rambling, gambling journey through life in general.

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And if you don’t have time to listen to the whole episode, make sure you check out some various ways to Save the Monarch Butterfly 

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Food Movement Fights Hunger Globally and Locally

The Food Movement Co is an Illinois-based company manufacturing and distributing organic super foods and bioactive dietary supplements.  Part of the Food Movement’s mission is also to donate to hunger relief groups.

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In 2015, for the first time, the Food Movement decided to support both a local group (Chicago Food Depository) and Trees for Life, a group working globally to stop famine in Africa and other important locations.  Every purchase you make from the Food Movement  helps to support this mission.

For more information on the important work behind these groups http://www.treesforlife.org and http://www.chicagosfoodbank.org/site/PageServer visit them online and find out how you can further support their work.  Long live the Food Movement!