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Give yourself a natural boost with new Duchy Herbals
Duchy Originals, Prince Charles’ organic brand, has launched a brand new range of herbal remedies – perfect for helping with your New Year detox or maybe sorting out your January blues.
As we told you back in December, Prince Charles has been keen to extend his Duchy Originals line to include a herbal range for some time, in order to help the nation in ‘adopting an integrated approach to healthcare,’ and it finally goes on sale today.
Specially developed with one of the UK’s leading herbalistsMichael McIntyre,everything in the range is of the highest quality.
‘The launch of Duchy Herbals marks a significant and most welcome step forward in the development of high quality herbal remedies available to the public,’ he said. ‘Each of the tinctures has been manufactured to the highest standards after exhaustive lab testing and meticulous in-depth research into the traditional and scientific benefits of the plants which they contain.’
The range consists of two herbals tinctures, theDuchy Herbals Hyperi-lift Tinctureand theDuchy Herbals Echina-Relief Tincture, plus a diet-friendly food supplement, theDuchy Herbals Detox Tincture.
Andrew Baker, the Duchy Originals CEO, said, ‘It has been tremendously exciting for us to develop the Duchy Herbals range. These are well-known herbs that the public can relate well to – for example, Echinacea is famous for preventing or reducing the severity of colds and flu.
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