Capsule Filling Herbal Supplements at Home




In this episode, Empty Caps Company President Rick Calvert explains the benefits of putting herbal supplements like cayenne pepper, turmeric, cinnamon, ginge…

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Capsule Filling Herbal Supplements at Home

In this episode, Empty Caps Company President Rick Calvert explains the benefits of putting herbal supplements like cayenne pepper, turmeric, cinnamon, ginger and garlic into empty gelatin capsules to make super supplements. The transcript can be found below:

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Making and taking your own herbal supplements could improve your life without costing a lot of money.
Hi, I'm Rick Calvert, President of Empty Caps Company to explain why putting your own herbal supplements into empty capsules is a really practical idea.
No matter where you turn these days there seems to be some new pharmaceutical super drug out there that hits the market: "ask your doctor if XYZ is right for you". Then a few years later, we're listening to news reports about the negative side effects, then there's a big recall and you're left wondering if ANY of it is right for you. No doubt there are a number of very effective, truly miraculous pharmaceuticals out there that are relatively safe when used as directed: but next time you see a commercial on tv, turn away from the puppies and the kites and the butterflies and beautiful mountainscapes on the screen and listen to the list of potential side effects. They can be absolutely frightening!
That's why to me it just makes sense to create and use FOOD supplements that have the potential to help in certain ways, without the worry that someday there's going to be some side effect that nobody knew about that'll have your doctor saying -- No! It is NOT right for you!
Incorporate some basics into your health care regimen; some tried and true natural home remedies that have been used effectively in many instances for centuries. Things you can buy cheaply at the grocery store - Like Cayenne Pepper, whose active ingredient capsaicin works as a vasodilator in the body, allowing blood to flow more freely through the heart without raising blood pressure; or cinnamon to help stabilize and reduce bad cholesterol. Turmeric for cancer and liver problems; garlic to assist in boosting your immune system. Ginger for nausea and to help control parasites, bacterium and fungi. Truly miraculous foods that can be purchased cheaply, then put into capsules using a capsule machine and an inexpensive bag of empty gelatin capsules or empty veggie caps. Do a little homework on your own and consult with an herbalist or health food expert for the proper portions of any supplement you're considering taking: you can get too much -- even of a good thing.
Maybe next time you ask your doctor if a pharmaceutical is right for you, you can also ask if a food supplement might also be right for you.
Keep it simple. Keep it cheap. Keep it safe. Put good things into an empty capsule and turn a powder-packed capsule into a power-packed supersupplement!
Read our blogs at http://emptycaps.com/blog, like us on Facebook and follow us on twitter. I'm Rick Calvert, President of Empty Caps Company. Thanks for watching.

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