Black Friday is OUT, Herb Friday SALE is IN!! Ayurvedic Herbs Sale 24 hours only!!

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Deepest Discount on our AYURVEDIC Earth Warrior X formulas EVER!! Herb Friday, November 28th, 2014 50% OFF SALE!!! 24 hours ONLY!!

Lacking Energy? Struggling with weight? Low sex drive? Muscles Soreness, Arthritis or Inflammation bugging you down?? Try our superior formulated Ayurvedic Herb Formula “EI8HT”!! Certified sourced from Nepal, India and the US.

Our featured proprietary Ayurvedic Fitness & Recovery Formula: “EI8HT”  The new Ayurvedic Recovery & Fitness Formula from Earth Warrior X.

Herbs are proven to have strong restorative biological effects with health boosting actions, without the dangerous side effects of steroids. They improve the optimal functionality of the body, balancing biological hormones, secretions, and enzymes. Herbs have been used extensively by ancient athletes and warriors alike to boost their performance, enhance strength and endurance and improve mental focus and concentration.

Benefits of herbs found in EI8HT:

-Powerful anti-oxidant and anti-aging effect

-Detoxifying and removing wastes
-Maintaining hormone and enzyme balance

-Increasing strength and endurance
-Improving circulation and lymphatic flow

-Building muscle
-Increasing endurance and energy levels

-Improving digestion/metabolism


Who can benefit from this formula?
Anyone looking to improve general fitness, enhance sports performance, build strength, increase endurance and improve muscle tone. Any one suffering from injuries, lack of stamina, or repetitive injuries due to sports or active lifestyle. Anyone who is under too much stress or worry. Individuals suffering from excessive stress or anxiety can benefit from the anti-anxiety and calming effects of the Earth Warrior X – EI8HT proprietary blend. This blend possesses herbs that boost the body’s immune system, in turn causing a positive calming and relaxing restorative effect on the nervous system. This benefits those who suffer from excessive stress and strain, or lack of sleep. Anyone looking to boost his/her immunity and energy level. Anyone looking to boost his/her libido and improve sexual function.


Ancient Herbal Ayurvedic Fitness & Recovery Formula!

A Holistic Approach to Health & Wellness!
EI8HT – The new Ayurvedic Recovery & Fitness Formula from Earth Warrior X!

Herbs are proven to have strong restorative biological effects with health boosting actions, without the dangerous side effects of steroids. They improve the optimal functionality of the body, balancing biological hormones, secretions, and enzymes. Herbs have been used extensively by ancient athletes and warriors alike to boost their performance, enhance strength and endurance and improve mental focus and concentration.

Benefits of herbs found in EI8HT:
  • Powerful anti-oxidant and anti-aging effect
  • Detoxifying and removing wastes
  • Maintaining hormone and enzyme balance
  • Increasing strength and endurance
  • Improving circulation and lymphatic flow
  • Building muscle
  • Increasing endurance and boosting energy levels
  • Improving digestion/metabolism

Ancient Herbal Ayurvedic Fitness & Recovery Formula!

Who can benefit from this formula? 
  • Anyone who is interested in improving overall fitness, health, and wellness.
  • Performance athletes who want to improve recovery, build strength, and increase endurance, while preserving muscle.
  • Anyone suffering from injury, inflammation, fatigue, or pain.
  • Anyone looking to improve their energy level or increase immunity and sexual vitality.

What is Ayurveda?

Ayurveda is a system of preventive medicine and health care that developed in India more than 5,000 years ago. The word Ayurveda comes from two Sanskrit root words: Ayus, or “life,” and Veda, meaning “knowledge” or “science.” Ayurveda is therefore usually translated as “the science of life.” However, a more precise translation would be “the knowledge of the lifespan.” Ayurveda offers practical tools, insights, and information for living in balance and health, without interference from illness.


What is the Ayurvedic perspective on health and illness?

The guiding principle of Ayurveda and the other Eastern healing arts is the interconnection of all things. We aren’t simply an isolated collection of atoms and molecules, but are an inseparable part of the infinite field of intelligence. From this holistic perspective, health isn’t merely the absence of illness or symptoms ― it is a higher state of consciousness that allows vitality, well-being, creativity, and joy to flow into our experience.

 In contrast, illness is a disruption ― a blockage in the flow of energy and information that creates a sense of separation or alienation from the field. Symptoms and sickness are the body’s signal that we need to restore balance, eliminate whatever is causing the blockages, and reestablish the healthy flow of energy and information.

Can Ayurvedic medicine help with physical injuries?

Ayurveda has been used for thousands of years to alleviate every type of health issue, including physical injuries. Ayurveda contrasts with the mechanical allopathic approach to medicine in that it looks at the whole person—mind, body, and spirit—but by including consciousness, it is not excluding the physical body. For virtually every physical ailment or injury, Ayurveda offers a healing protocol.

 ~ Deepak Chopra


“Ask a Therapist about Any Mental Health Topic That Interests You!!”

Earth Warrior X and The LOFT in Orange County proudly present:

“Ask a Therapist about Any Mental Health Topic That Interests You!!”

Speaker: Carla Naragon, MFT Carla Naragon is a Marriage and Family Therapist who’s been in professional practice since 2000. You are invited to bring your questions about any mental health topic that interests you. For instance:
Benefits of attending include a decreased sense of isolation by discovering our common threads. You may not be comfortable speaking up in front of others and that’s okay. It’s likely that you’ll hear the roots of your own struggle mirrored in the person sitting across from you. Come and be a part of our community if only for one night.

Ask about:
-personal growth 
-healthy relationships 
-anger management
-addiction relapse 

Topic: “Ask a Therapist about Any Mental Health Topic That Interests You!!”

Inflammation is a sign that the body is trying to heal itself.

Inflammation creates Energy barriers in our bodies! Our body is a sounding board, an extension of our heart & soul! When something harmful or irritating affects a part of our body, there is a biological response to try to remove it, the signs and symptoms of inflammation, specifically acute inflammation, show that the body is trying to heal itself. Inflammation does not mean infection, even when an infection causes inflammation.

There are many things we can do to help reverse and heal those inflammatory processes. On the physical level we can change our diet to one that has inflammation reducing foods and herbs, take inflammation reducing supplements, get extra rest, massage, hydrotherapy, and avoid things that trigger inflammation. Energetically we would want to use cooling (water) element energies and avoid fire element energies. Anything that helps the nervous system in a natural way to rest and release tension would be beneficial. Emotional and spiritual healing would be highly beneficial, as trapped low vibratory or discordant emotions inhibit healing. When emotions like anger, resentment, sadness, and fear are cleared away the energy of life flows more freely.

“A person does not hear sound only through the ears; he hears sound through every pore of his body. It permeates the entire being, and according to its particular influence either slows or quickens the rhythm of the blood circulation; it either wakens or soothes the nervous system. It arouses a person to greater passions or it calms him by bringing him peace. According to the sound and its influence a certain effect is produced. Sound becomes visible in the form of radiance. This shows that the same energy which goes into the form of sound before being visible is absorbed by the physical body. In that way the physical body recuperates and becomes charged with new magnetism.” ~ Hazrat Inayat Khan

Train Smart & Stay Healthy!
Much Love! :)





How to make Raw Organic Almond Butter in 3 Simple Steps

Make your own Organic Raw Almond Butter in 3 Simple Steps!

Organic Raw Almond Butter is expensive. You can save money without comprising quality and continuously enjoying your raw nut butter healthy omega-3 fats either as your favorite snack or as a side dish by making it yourself. Here are 3 simple steps explaining how and a few tips along with it.

Since 2007, the “almond rule” has mandated that most almonds grown in California’s 400-mile-long Central Valley region (where just about all domestic almonds come from) receive one of these pasteurization treatments. Organic almonds are always steam treated, and truly raw almonds can still be purchased either at farmers markets or farm stands in California (in quantities of 100 pounds or less) and also can be imported from abroad.

Growers can also ask for an exemption for almonds that receive further processing such as roasting, blanching, or other heat treatments, but it is entirely possible that roasted almonds, or even ones incorporated into foods (such as crackers and cookies) have been “pasteurized” with one of the above methods beforehand.

Costco brand Kirkland Signature: Whole almonds are fumigated with PPO, which a spokesman said he was told doesn’t remain in the nuts, despite the fact that almonds containing residues of up to 300 parts per million of this chemical, which California regards as a “known carcinogen,” can be legally sold.

Planters: The age-old Planters brand (now a division of Kraft Foods) all of its almonds are steam treated, even ones that receive further heat treatments such as oil or dry roasting.

Diamond of California: All Diamond brand almonds receive the PPO gas treatment.

Blue Diamond Almonds: While its sliced and slivered almonds are steam pasteurized, its whole-nut “natural” line is treated with the toxic PPO gas.

Whole Foods store 365 brand: All Whole Foods-labeled almonds are steam-treated.

Back to Nature: Uses the steam method.

Trader Joe’s store brand: Trader Joe’s reported that “no almond with our name on it” would ever receive the gas treatment, meaning all of the company’s branded almonds are steam-treated.


1. Soak your Raw Organic Almonds for at least 12 hours in clean filtered or even better alkaline water.

2. Use your dehydrator trays and spread the almonds on single layers and dehydrate your soaked almonds in a food dehydrator at around 110 -115 degrees fahrenheit for about 24 hours. If you don’t have a dehydrator you can use your oven on its lowest setting as well. Make sure don’t close the oven door and frequently check for the next 8  -12 hours.

3. Use a food processor and add your dried almond with a spoon of organic coconut butter and start processing it. I prefer a food processor over a blender. If you are using a Vitamix or other high-speed blender, use a low speed. I use the tamper to push the almonds down onto the blades, however, if you are not using a blender with a tamper, you will need stop the blender and scrape the mixture from the sides back into the blades. Resume your blend. Repeat as necessary.

4. After a few minutes your almonds will be broken down into small chunky pieces.

5. In the next phase you will see that the almonds form to a bigger clump due to the heating and grinding process before they turn into a …

6. Smooth and creamy consistency and ready to eaten.

Homemade almond butter is highly perishable (because it’s raw), so store it in a cool place or refrigerator out of direct sunlight and use it up within a week.


Earth Warrior X Team

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Recipe: Prepare a powerful anti-inflammatory Recovery & Fitness Drink!!

Recipe: Prepare a powerful anti-inflammatory Recovery & Fitness Drink using Earth Warrior X Ayurvedic Herb Formula EI8HT!!

 How to use Earth Warrior X proprietary Ayurvedic Herb formulas!

  1. Boil hot water (at least 8oz)
  2. Take 1 Tbsp of Earth Warrior Ayurvedic Herb Formula and stir it in hot water.
  3. Let it sit for at least 5 minutes or longer depending on your preferred drinking temperature.
  4. Add 2oz of Almond Milk or other Milk Substitute (optional)
  5. Add organic stevia for sweetness (optional)
  6. Add 1/2 tsp Turmeric (optional)
  7. Add ½ tsp chia seeds, some people prefer a small amount of coconut oil  (Fat content helps with absorption of the properties of the Ayurvedic herbs into your digestive track and bloodstream. Works as a catalyst for better absorption)
  8. Enjoy!!
Step 1-3: (see above)
Step 4: Add the concoction into a blender
Step 5: Add 2-4oz Milk Substitute, 1/2 tsp Chia Seeds or 1/2 tsp of coconut oil
Step 6: Add 1 1/2 tsp raw chocolate powder or 1 tsp ground cinnamon
Step 7: Blend on high speed for 30 seconds
Step 8: Enjoy your Ayurvedic Earth Warrior Herb Formula Latte!!


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Mindfulness…with every spoon!

Colon Hydrotherapy: “The dirty little secrets your colon wants you to know about.”

Wellness Wednesday August 6th, 2014
“The dirty little secrets your colon wants you to know about.” Speaker: Sabine Satie, CHT

Sabine is a practicing Colon Hydrotherapist, nutritional adviser and intuitive problem solver. Her work and expertise led her to study and work internationally in England, Germany and the United States. She has been helping releasing the accumulation of toxic waste in peoples lives and bodies for over 30 years. After being in the health care field working with the so called terminally ill she chose the medium of water to restore the body to its inert ability to heal itself. Colon hydrotherapy being the slow infusion of water into the large intestine (or colon) to saturate the internal layers of unwanted waste and the removal of them.

Sabine has had the privilege to have witnessed life changing improvements with hundreds of her clients. She trusts in each of us to tune into knowing what we actually need, once we let our body tell us. Following our bodies advice and implementing what it asks for is the next step. At the very basis of becoming clear of our needs lies the removal of all that keeps clarity from us. Much of what we harbor in our gut. Maybe this is a reason why we are so reluctant to address its state?

And why it is so predominantly in our face at the same time? The hidden truth has many layers of gunk covered on top, as we might say. What could be possible for you once the gunk is gone?

In this talk we will cover:
• Find out what your gut really wants to tell to you.
• What can you do now to improve gut health and
why is it important?
• Is there a fast road to improved health?

What are the secrets hidden in your gut that might prove useful to uncover? Is there intelligence just waiting to be communicated?


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Wellness Wednesday August 6th, 2014 “The dirty little secrets your colon wants you to know about.” Speaker: Sabine Satie, CHT



Neuromuscular Efficiency Training

Neuromuscular Efficiency Training

Resistance training improves strength and promotes muscle growth, but to maximize results occasionally you want to train the nervous system specifically.  The best way to do this is to lower the weight that you would normally use for an exercise and create an unstable environment in which to do the exercise.  This means doing the same exercise, but doing it standing on only one leg instead of two or doing  your pushups with your hands on medicine balls for examples.

When you do a new exercise you get better at it with practice through improvements in your neuromuscular efficiency.  Since neuromuscular efficiency is composed of two separate systems it makes sense to train them together.  However, don’t underestimate the potential in training the systems separately also.  For example; let’s say you are an avid weight lifter and lets focus on your leg muscles, specifically the quadriceps, muscle exercise routines.  If you only do leg extensions on a leg extension machine you will plateau very quickly as far as positive adaptations (muscle growth being one of them) go.  A major part of the reason for this is that there is very little stimulus for change in the nervous system.  In  other words, you would not be telling your body to do something new and so it will stop making improvements to meet the “new” challenges.  When you become stronger at an exercise it is due not only to the size of the muscle, but it is also due to the bodies improvement in neuromuscular efficiency.  In other words; your brain is able to tell more of your muscle cells (fibers) to contract at the same time.

I haven’t done a lot of NET lately. Got to keep working on some more fun and challenging stability exercise program though. I wish I wouldn’t have run out of storage on my phone to show you some of the embarrassing footage of me falling on my buttock at the gym!! haha

Should You Still Take That Multivitamin?


Should You Still Take That Multi?

Should You Still Take That Multi?

by Berkeley Wellness  |  


Daily multivitamin/mineral pills are the most popular supplements in the U.S. Ask people why they take them, and most will say it’s to make up for poor eating habits, to help prevent a variety of diseases or just to stay healthy in general. However, there has been surprisingly little good clinical evidence to support the claims made for multis (the same is true of most individual vitamin or mineral supplements).

In December, two studies published in the Annals of Internal Medicine failed to find benefits from multis, prompting the authors of the accompanying editorial to title it “Enough is enough: Stop wasting money on vitamin and mineral supplements.”

Meanwhile, in February, the influential U.S. Preventive Services Task Force, independent experts who advise the government, concluded that it still couldn’t recommend for—or against—taking multis. Where does all this leave people who take these supplements?

Multivitamin research: high hopes, unexpected results

It’s logical to think that multis could be beneficial. After all, vitamins and minerals are essential to life, and experts keep pointing out that the diets of many Americans fall short in some key nutrients. There’s no doubt that when people are truly deficient in a vitamin or mineral—in which case they can develop a deficiency disease such as rickets (vitamin D deficiency) or scurvy (vitamin C deficiency)—a supplement will help. But such severe deficiencies are rare today in the developed world.

What’s more, lab research shows that besides their known biochemical roles in the body, many vitamins and minerals also have antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and other effects that may, in theory at least, help stave off chronic conditions such as heart disease, cancer and dementia. Also encouraging is the fact that many (though not all) observational studies have found that people who take vitamin and mineral supplements on their own tend to be at lower risk for a variety of diseases. However, such studies do not prove cause and effect. For instance, supplement takers may be more health-conscious in general, which could explain the apparent benefits.

That’s why randomized clinical trials, which compare a drug, supplement or other intervention to a placebo, are necessary. To date, such trials on multis have been relatively small and short and have yielded mostly disappointing results. Thus, the Annals studies got lots of attention.

The first trial, part of the Physicians’ Health Study II from Harvard, involved nearly 6,000 men over 65 who were given either a standard daily multi (Centrum Silver) or a placebo for more than a decade. Periodic cognitive testing found that the multi did not slow age-related declines. Previous trials, not as big or long as this one, have produced inconsistent results about the potential benefits of multis on cognitive health. It’s possible that if supplementation had begun at earlier ages and if the subjects had been less well-nourished and less well-educated, the results might have been different, the researchers speculated.

The second study, funded by the National Institutes of Health, involved 1,700 people across the U.S. and Canada who had previously had a heart attack. Half were given a high-dose multi formula specially designed by complementary and alternative medicine practitioners; half took a placebo. Over an average of five years, those taking the multi did not have a reduced risk of a second heart attack or other cardiovascular events. However, many subjects withdrew or did not stick with the regimen, in part because it involved six large caplets a day, so the validity of the findings are limited.

Multivitamin research: the bigger picture

In the same issue of the Annals of Internal Medicine, an updated review done for the Task Force evaluated 26 well-designed clinical trials on vitamin and mineral supplements for the prevention of cardiovascular disease or cancer published since 2005. Most of the studies involved single or paired nutrients and found no benefits.

Five of the studies looked at multis. One positive result came from a 2012 clinical trial that was also part of the Physicians’ Health Study II, involving 14,600 men over 50. It found that those taking a multi (Centrum Silver again) for 11 years had a small reduction in cancer risk; there was no effect on the risk of cardiovascular disease. Similarly, a French study using a five-ingredient multi found a slightly lower cancer risk in men, but not in women, and no cardiovascular benefit. In none of the trials was there a reduction in mortality rates among multi takers. The trials in the review included mostly healthy, well-nourished people, so the findings may not apply to the targeted use of nutrients in those who are deficient, the researchers noted.

On the basis of this review, the Task Force concluded that there is still “not enough evidence to assess the balance of benefits and harms” of taking multis or most other vitamin or mineral supplements. That’s the same conclusion it reached a decade ago, except now it advises against taking separate beta carotene or vitamin E supplements because of safety concerns.

Multivitamins: our advice

If multis have an effect—good or bad—it is likely to be small. Even though the Annals editorial concluded that multis (and other supplements) are ineffective at preventing major chronic diseases, it did point out that “available evidence does not rule out small benefits or harms [in the general population] or large benefits or harms in a small subgroup.” The two studies on multis suggesting a reduction in cancer risk, mentioned above, need to be replicated, especially because the benefit was small and only in men.

Multivitamin formulas vary greatly, so even if there were benefits (or harms), it would be very hard to know which components were responsible, or at what doses. As it is, the weight of evidence suggests that multis provide little or no benefit for most well-nourished people, who ironically are the ones who tend to take supplements. Those who would be most likely to benefit from supplementation—that is, people who are truly malnourished—are least likely to take them.

But what if, like most Americans, your diet falls short of the recommended intakes for some vitamins and minerals? Should you take a multi?

It depends how far you fall short. If your diet is merely “suboptimal,” there’s no convincing evidence that you’ll benefit from a multi. If, however, you have severe deficiencies (because of malnutrition, for instance, or absorption problems), targeted supplementation, under medical supervision, may be necessary. If you are living totally on junk food, no supplement— even one with dozens of components—can make up for the vitamins, minerals and other potentially beneficial compounds found in vegetables, fruits, whole grains and the rest of a healthy balanced diet.

Are multis safe? There’s no evidence of harm from those supplying 100 percent of the recommended intakes (listed as Daily Values on the labels). But again, multis vary so much, it’s hard to give them all a pass. And some contain nutrients that can be dangerous in very high doses (such as beta carotene, vitamins E and A, iron, zinc, selenium or copper) or include herbs and other substances of unknown safety.

Does a Multi Make Sense?

Despite the lack of evidence supporting the use of multis for the general population, there are some groups for whom a basic multi (supplying 100 percent of the Daily Value for most vitamins and minerals) makes sense.