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  • Question: Which of these products was the best seller of 2008 for Ecuadorian Rainforest LLC?
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    1. South America<br />Ingredients For The Future<br />These statement have not been evaluated by the FDA. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease<br />
    2. About Ecuadorian Rainforest<br /><ul><li>Founder: Marlene Hurtado-Siegel
    3. Founded: 1997
    4. Headquarters: Belleville, NJ, USA
    5. No. of Employees: 25+
    6. Key Employees: Steve Siegel M.A., Vice President
    7. Web: www.intotherainforest.com </li></li></ul><li>What Makes ER Different?<br />Ecuadorian Native Owned and Operated.<br /> We’ve got the means to navigate through the cultural and bureaucratic intricacies of South America.<br />13 Years and Going Strong<br />A reliable source for your needs. Many companies in the industry have come and gone….leaving your production at a stand still. Put your trust in ER.<br />Not Just a Supplier.<br />Any supplier can quote you a low price. However, ER strives to offer information to help you make a better purchase decision. (i.e. The ER Knowledgebase)<br />Dedicated to The Natural Products Industry<br />Our Vice President is a 2010 appointed Raw Materials committee member for the Natural Products Association.<br />
    8. The Ingredients<br />Camu-Camu<br />Cat’s Claw<br />Cha De Bugre<br />Maca<br />Sangre De Drago<br />Yucca<br />
    9. Camu-Camu<br />Common Name: Camu-Camu<br />Botanical Name: Myrciaria Dubia<br />Origin: Peru and Brazil<br />Key Points:<br /><ul><li>Highest amount of natural Vitamin C
    10. Fights free radicals</li></ul>This round orange fruit starts with not just one, but two "c's" for a reason. Camu-camu has the highest recorded amount of naturally-occurring Vitamin C known on the planet. Compared to orange's 500-4000 ppm and acerola's 16,000-172,000 ppm, camu-camu has up to 500,000 ppm.<br />These statement have not been evaluated by the FDA. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease<br />
    11. Cat’s Claw<br />Common Name: Cat’s Claw<br />Botanical Name: Uncaria Tomentosa<br />Origin: South and Central America<br />Key Points:<br /><ul><li>Immune supportive properties
    12. Anti-inflammatory properties</li></ul>Cat's claw, or una de gato, has been used for generations for healing work among rainforest tribes. Traditional healers use it for treating everything from sore joints, to digestive health - even for birth control (at extremely high doses, mind you). Since the 1990's it's been used in Europe and Asia as a conjunctive therapy to support the immune system during medical treatment. <br />These statement have not been evaluated by the FDA. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease<br />
    13. Cha De Bugre<br />Common Name: Cha De Bugre<br />Botanical Name: Cordia Salicifolia<br />Origin: Brazil, Argentina, Paraguay<br />Key Points:<br /><ul><li>Contains caffeine, potassium, allantoin and allantoic acid
    14. Weight suppressing properties</li></ul>While Brazil's bikini-clad bodies may testify to cha de bugre's effectiveness, it still has not been researched extensively as a weight-loss aid. More of the research done has looked at its apparent effect on viruses and regulating healthy cell growth. Traditionally, cha de bugre is also used as a heart tonic, for renal health, to relieve coughs and heal wounds<br />These statement have not been evaluated by the FDA. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease<br />
    15. Maca<br />Common Name: Maca<br />Botanical Name: Lepidium meyenii<br />Origin: Bolivia and Peru<br />Key Points:<br /><ul><li>contains uridine, malic acid and its benzoyl derivative, and the glucosinolates
    16. rich in essential minerals, selenium, calcium, magnesium, and iron</li></ul>With a full complement of amino acids, minerals, vitamins like B2, B6, C and niacin, maca is a root vegetable multivitamin. It also is high in glucosinolates and isothiocyanates like other members of the Brassicaceae family (broccoli, cabbage, cauliflower, etc.)<br />These statement have not been evaluated by the FDA. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease<br />
    17. Sangre De Drago (Dragon’s Blood)<br />Common Name: Dragon’s Blood<br />Botanical Name: Croton Lechleri<br />Origin: Peru, Ecuador, Colombia<br />Key Points:<br /><ul><li>Anti-bacterial / Anti-microbial / Anti-inflammatory
    18. Contains taspine (alkaloid), and a lignan named dimethylcedrusine (lignan).</li></ul>In one of those funny ways that nature works to tell us what something is for, sangre de drago works extremely well for dressing for wounds. For centuries, Amazonians have painted this blood-red sap on wounds to staunch bleeding and help with healing. When it dries it acts like a second skin – even better than a band aid in providing a protective barrier against dirt and infection.<br />These statement have not been evaluated by the FDA. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease<br />
    19. Yucca <br />Common Name: Yucca Root<br />Botanical Name: Yucca Schidigera<br />Origin: SW USA, S. America, Mexico<br />Key Points:<br /><ul><li>rich in steroid-like saponins
    20. Purported anti-arthritis properties</li></ul>Picking up on this folklore, the saponin-rich juice was tested in the 1970's on 150 joint pain sufferers. The researchers reported in the Journal of Nutrition that a full 50% experienced some relief after taking yucca. Other clinical studies have linked it to healthy blood pressure, blood sugar levels, headache relief and support for healthy digestion<br />These statement have not been evaluated by the FDA. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease<br />
    21. Need Pricing? Availability?<br />So Many Ways To Reach Us!<br />Tel. 973-759-2002<br />Fax. 973-759-3002<br />E-mail info@intotherainforest.com<br />Skype: EcuadorianVoip<br />Visit our website for our online chat feature and receive a response immediately!<br />www.intotherainforest.com<br />These statement have not been evaluated by the FDA. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease<br />
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