Pachamama's Tips on How To Stay Healthy & Remain Sane

Through times where uncertainty runs high, it’s important to know how you can be proactive. If any feelings of confusion and fear linger around you today, remember you’re not alone. We’re here to help you feel confident among the chaos with a few tips on how to take your wellbeing into your own hands. Here are a few tips to naturally support your immune system and help manage stress levels.

utilize the immune-supporting herbs mother earth provides

Supporting the immune system is easy when you incorporate some of Mother Earth’s most powerful herbs into your everyday supplements. Green tea and echinacea are the perfect herbs to start with. Green tea is packed full of antioxidants that help your body fight off free radicals from the environment. Echinacea contains compounds that stimulate and support the production of white blood cells — the ones that fight off toxins. Together, they're a power couple working to actively support the immune system. To easily get the benefits of both, they make delicious tea and an even better CBD tincture. In our Green Tea Echinacea CBD tincture, we’ve paired the two immune-supporting herbs together.

relax your mind & care for your skin

The largest organ of your body deserves some extra love right now. With stringent handwashing comes dry skin. Unfortunately, while handwashing gets you clean of germs, it also strips away natural oils keeping your skin hydrated. An easy way to make sure you're not damaging the integrity of your skin's lipid barrier is by supporting it with oils that preserve it. Our CBD Body Lotion contains a mixture of plant oils whose job is to do just that. Along with plant oils working to keep you hydrated, we've incorporated essential oils of lavender and rooibos to soothe both your skin, and your mind. 

be active

When adopting the practice of social distancing, it's important to stay active, too. Limiting our exposure to public spaces doesn’t mean we can never go outdoors. Instead, it means that we can spend more time nurturing our individual connections with Mother Nature. Do so by engaging in some mindful outdoor activities like hiking, biking or walking. This way, you can clear your mind, get some fresh air, and aren’t staying sedentary or cooped up indoors. Exercise is also one of the best ways to support the immune system and help it to perform at an optimal level.

stay informed and limit your exposure to media

Remain aware of what's going on in your local and national media, but don't overwhelm yourself. With a surge in breaking news reports on television and social media outlets, it’s easier than ever to slip into a 24-hour news cycle. However, it’s crucial that we push through it all and continue to live our lives, making both mental and physical health our top priority. Remember to put down the devices, get outdoors and listen to your body.

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