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Our vitamins are especially useful for those who experience difficulty in swallowing tablets.  Vitamist spray vitamins allow you to exercise more control over dosage levels to achieve optimum benefit in a palatable and easily administered form.

Convenience – If food supplementation is not simple to take, you will not participate.  The quiet building of nutritional well-being takes time and is not easily recognizable.  Who wants to take pills, seek out a beverage to take them with, and then try and swallow and keep them down, just to maintain high levels of nutrients?  VitaMist spray vitamins fit into any schedule and can be taken anywhere.

Efficiency – Emerging from a closed and sealed environment through a microliter spray, our products are sprayed directly into the mouth and swallowed.  The result is a simple transformation of nutritive supplementation into nurturing energy.


How the Economic Machine Works

September 01, 2015

Ray Dalio of Bridgewater Associates put together an animated video called How the Economic Machine Works in 30 Minutes.  The video itself is on www.economic priciples.org.  It is well worth taking a look at for a quick and concise lesson on economic trends, why they exist and how to know where in the cycle we are right now.  Here are some key points to remember when predicting the economy.

 The Economy and Productivity Growth

Ray describes the economy as the sum of the transactions that make it up, and he points out that it only appears to be complex due to the sheer number of transactions that occur.  Transactions consist of any combination of money and credit used to purchase goods, services or assets.  As productivity increases with innovation and advancing technology, the economy grows at a steady rate.  This is what’s referred to as productivity growth.  While productivity growth is not something we as consumers feel on a day to day basis, it’s ultimately responsible for economies increasing at steady rates over extended periods of time.  If we reflect back over the past few decades, it’s easy to see that several aspects of the economy seem to rise alongside productivity growth.  Since we can produce more than we could 100 years ago, incomes are much higher now than they were then.  With these higher incomes come higher prices and the devaluation of the dollar.

Botanical Dietary Supplements

September 01, 2015

Our Product of the Month for August is ReLeaf, a popular botanical spray.  But what are botanicals?  For an informative look at these common supplements, we here at VitaMist deferred to the National Institutes of Health and their Office of Dietary Supplements.

What is a botanical?

A botanical is a plant or plant part valued for its medicinal or therapeutic properties, flavor, and/or scent. Herbs are a subset of botanicals. Products made from botanicals that are used to maintain or improve health may be called herbal products, botanical products, or phytomedicines.

In naming botanicals, botanists use a Latin name made up of the genus and species of the plant. Under this system, the botanical black cohosh is known as Actaea racemosa L., where "L" stands for Linneaus, who first described the type of plant specimen. In the Office of Dietary Supplements (ODS) fact sheets, we do not include such initials because they do not appear on most products used by consumers.

To be classified as a dietary supplement, a botanical must meet the definition given below. Many botanical preparations meet the definition.

As defined by Congress in the Dietary Supplement Health and Education Act, which became law in 1994, a dietary supplement is:

  1. A product (other than tobacco) that is intended to supplement the diet.
  2. Contains one or more dietary ingredients or their constituents.
  3. Is intended to be taken by mouth as a pill, capsule, tablet, or liquid.
  4. Is labeled on the front panel as being a dietary supplement.