Rejuvenate Yourself for the New Year

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​Happy New Years from your friends at Jungle Jim’s International Market! We hope your evening was full of friends, family, good eats and good drinks. As you welcome in 2017, we want you to feel your best. Jungle Jim’s has exactly what you need!

Ginger or Peppermint Tea

Ginger and Peppermint tea will help to settle your stomach and provide a refreshing, uplifting feeling, helping to energize you for the day. If you want, you could chew on peppermint leaves or grated ginger, but we think the tea is a better choice.

Coconut Water

Coconut water is full of antioxidants and potassium, which are key things that you need to replenish in your body after a night of festivities. The antioxidants help repair damage to your body, and potassium is an electrolyte which helps you hold on to water and decrease dehydration.
Wheatgrass is a natural detoxifier that will balance your pH levels and help heal your intestines. It does this by distributing powerful antioxidants and enzymes throughout the body. For the best results mix, with water or juice before you go to bed and right when you wake up.

Herbal Supplements

If your stomach isn’t up for drinking more water right away, you can try a variety of herbal supplements from Herb N’ Jungle. We’ve selected a few that are good for liver health and detoxification. These supplements support your liver naturally and help to produce enzymes that will help clear your system out. If you need some help picking them out see Cindy at Herb N’ Jungle in Fairfield, or Tony at our Herb ‘N Jungle in Eastgate – they’re both happy to help!

Homeopathic Hangover Relief Tablets

These little tablets can do a lot for you. They’re formulated to assist in overcoming the sick, overly full or tired feelings you might have after overindulging yourself. All you have to do is place a few under your tongue and let them dissolve every few hours until your symptoms are gone!

Tiger Balm or Natural Oils

​Do you have a headache that won’t let up? Tiger Balm, or other similar oils, are known to help with headaches that don’t seem to want to go away. These oils help promote blood flow, which helps with those pounding headaches. Apply them gently to your temples, or on the back of your neck.

Cheers to the New Year! Stop by and see us – we’ll set you on the path to rejuvenation as you start out 2017!

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