Staff of Life has the exact ingredients needed to deeply nourish every cell in the body, resulting in a rejuvenated and sustained energy level.*
Many tell us that there is something mystical about the Staff of Life blend.
This is the reason Seann decided to change the name last year to reflect the many facets to the blend. Staff of life is available now.
Staff of Life is comprised of organic seeds from ancient cultures all around the world. Seeds that have been used for thousands of years to nourish the body, to elevate spiritual ceremonies and healing rituals, to sustain long distance running, and to ensure longevity.*
Take it in the morning for a good start to your day or before exercise -- and feel the difference.*
Fiber is also part of the magic of this blend, and research has shown that fiber confers preventative support to many chronic conditions, such as cardiovascular, fatty liver, diabetes, and bowel regularity.*
Staff of Life is used to support and uplift our health.*
Staff of Life is organic, gluten free, Kosher, and Non GMO.
Take a teaspoon to a tablespoon, mix with water, juice or plant-based milk. Add to your Beta Glucan Synbiotic for a robust drink. My favorite now: mixing with watermelon juice!
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Fun Facts about ancient grains and seeds (or as this author call them, pseudo grains):
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