Hello and welcome to our new look newsletter. I hope you like the new design.
This month we have a fantastic endorsement of our products all the way from Mount Everest, a new blogger to introduce, and some information about our favourite events in case you want to come and play with us in a field!
Also as usual you will find a monthly discount code.
Happy Beltaine xxx
A Morris Dancer on The Tor
Well Done John!
Many congratulations to John McClinton a Nutritionist from England who has recently climbed on the world's highest mountain.
As a Nutritionist, John is well placed to assess the efficacy of our products and we are always interested to know how good they are.
"Having trekked to Everest Base Camp and beyond, my capacity to physically function and perform to a high level, over a sustained period of time, was greatly enhanced having used Indigo Herbs products. My ability to recover more rapidly was also evident. These products were a significant contributing factor to my successful completion of this challenge" he told us.
Thanks for the feedback John ... Keep up the good work. And if you want a list of our products that we think can help boost your performance, check out this sports nutrition blog post.
The world's highest mountain
Superfood Diet Trial
Here at Indigo Herbs, we believe that health and nutrition go hand in hand. You are what you eat and if you choose to include nutrition rich foods and beneficial herbs in your diet you can improve your lot in life.
But not everyone is convinced by our enthusiasm. One such sceptic is mum of 3 and internet blogger Krissy Elliott. Krissy knows about Indigo Herbs through Glastonbury's labrynthine social network and although a sceptic, she is open minded and interested in finding out whether natural health products could work for her. Not only has she decided to give superfoods a try, she has also agreed to write about her experiences on our blog for everyone to share.
The first ever Sunrise Celebration was held 7 years ago when Glastonbury Festival last had a year off. That meant it happened over the summer solstice . And that's why this year's event will be an extra special one.
As many will know, Britain's biggest festival, Glastonbury Festival of the Performing Arts, is taking a year off again, and Sunrise Celebration moves back to the Solstice!
Billed as a "Festival of the Organic Arts", Sunrise is a finely balanced mix of alternative culture, underground entertainment, eco-friendliness and family friendly fun. It is a fantastic event to take the whole family to and was awarded 'best festival 2011' by Green Parent magazine.