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Top 5 Black Foods & Their Amazing Health Benefits

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22 Nov 2017

Black is the new Green! Black foods are loaded with antioxidants and essential vitamins and minerals. Ever wondered what makes a blueberry blue? The same pigment that makes black foods black - anthocyanins - one of the most powerful known antioxidants. Discover which black foods you should be eating for optimum nutrition and vibrant health.

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18 Jun 2013

Slow Dried Fruit Powders... a new way to eat fruit

We all know that we need to get our five a day of fruit in us, but even with better ways emerging like blending them into fruit smoothies, we still find that the majority of us don’t get the amount we need. If you’re like me, you might even find your daily fruit intake a little bit boring, perhaps a bit of a challenge… so how easy would it be if you could just mix a bunch of fruit powders and still get all the fruity nutrition you need?

This is why Indigo Herbs are now supplying slow dried fruit powders. A lot of people don’t like shopping daily, and fresh fruit can cost a lot of money –  so why not buy them in the form of a dried powder?

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30 May 2013

Benefits of Baobab Powder

Ever heard of Baobab Powder? Neither had we – this somewhat hilariously shaped Baobab tree produces some of Africa’s most nutritious and tasty fruits. A new phenomenon to us Superfood loving westerners; yet these trees are reportedly living up to 500 years old and have been a staple part of many Africans diets for millennia. Like the Ginkgo tree, the Baobab tree is named as one of the oldest trees on earth. The Baobab tree, in its towering glory, produces pods which resemble coconuts with a hard exterior – inside are the pale and chalk-like fruit chunks. The Baobab fruits are dried at a low temperature and then milled into a fine, pale powder, like our Baobab Powder at Indigo Herbs.

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18 Apr 2012

Top 4 Superfoods: Wheatgrass, Barley grass, Spirulina and Chlorella

In this blog post I’m going to explain why Wheatgrass, Barley Grass, Spirulina and Chlorella are the top 4 superfoods and how they can benefit your diet, lifestyle and general wellbeing.

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11 Oct 2011

Lucuma Pretzels Recipe

Indigo Herbs customer and author of the 'Let's bake today' blog, Karin Momberg has invented a new twist to an old favourite recipe - Lucuma Pretzels. And what's more, Karin has generously agreed to share the recipe here at Indigo Herbs. I must say they certainly look delicious in Karin's photo's and according to her blog they are EVEN MORE DELICIOUS THAN CHOCOLATE PRETZELS!!!

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04 Oct 2011

Wheatgrass & Spirulina Powder Making Superfood Shots - a new method

Knowing how to make superfood shots, like wheatgrass juice and spirulina, from their powders, is essential if you want to include a useful amount of these superfoods in your diet. There are of course many methods for doing this and from talking to some of our customers I know that different methods fit into different lifestyles.

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17 Mar 2011

Indigo Herbs Best Site at Trustpilot - Health & Wellbeing

Indigo Herbs is now the Best website at Trustpilot in the Health & Wellbeing Category. We have been now collecting reviews from customers over the last few months, and have been overwhelmed with excellent reviews. Why is Indigo Herbs rated so highly? There are quite a few factors which contribute to our top rated reviews, I will attempt to highlight the reasons to why we are receiving such good customer reviews.

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04 Mar 2011

Superfood Powders - Super food, What, Where, How and Why?

Get the lowdown on "Superfood" Powders - What makes it so super? Where does it come from? How does it work? And Why take a Superfood Powder instead of just eating food....?

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15 Dec 2010

Acai Berry Twitter Attack - Safe Acai Powder Links at Indigo Herbs

Reported today - Twitter users have been caught out with Spam links loaded with a sophisticated virus.

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14 Dec 2010

The Sun stars Indigo Herbs as Authority on Incense Resins

When searching for an authority on incense resins, Britain's 'Sun' Newspaper naturally chose 'Indigo Herbs of Glastonbury,' as Indigo Herbs is well known for its huge and ever expanding range of incense resins and the expertise of its staff.

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