Here is a link to the article, published last Thursday, October 4th, in the journal Nature: Scientific Reports indicating a viral reduction in honey bees. This is a huge milestone in the work to help honey bees overcome CCD and to secure the food supply for future generations.
Congratulations to Paul Stamet’s and researchers at Washington State University along with four other FP employees who are coauthors: Henry Moershel, Regan Nally, Alex Taylor, and David Sumerlin. Applause to this coauthor team!
Here is a list of major outlets that have published stories on the research so far:
Physicians, mycologists and those interested in the scientific support of the use of mushroom mycelium for enhancing immunity, we have now redesigned, updated our website which is now searchable and is populated with hundreds of supporting references.
Space: Booth #220 (between Arboretum and Natural History Museum)
We have 60,000 reasons to exhibit…YOU…everyone who attends! We gladly present quality Natural Products that not only meet and exceed the natural quality standards but also we convey each vendor’s heartbeat — to be responsible citizens of The Earth!
Stop by our booth and find out about our vendors and the products they manufacture with love and care for The Earth and the people who live there.
A Co-Branded Dinner Training with Acure Organics and Nordic Naturals
On the evening of July 12, 2016, PCN hosted a co-branded dinner training at the Westside Tavern, Los Angeles. Training for Acure Organics whose all-natural and effective products create beauty outwardly and Nordic Naturals whose high-quality Omega supplements provide the beauty by nutritional support from within. Educators Tammy Ball (Acure) and Karla Schmidt (Nordic Naturals) together with Pacific Coast Naturals coordinated this special dinner training. Ossie Cohen was the “game show host” providing product and brand-themed games that were engaging and caused everyone to have an enjoyable time. It was a great evening with 60 people attending representing about 20 different southern California stores. Informationally packed presentations where prizes were given: Nordic Naturals beach bags, product, movie tickets and even hand made jewelry created especially by Kristen Biel, Darryl’s wife. From the beginning the guests were given samples and provided with a wonderful dinner prepared by the chefs at Westside Tavern. As we were winding up the night, some of the staff at Westside Tavern mentioned they had not seen a dinner training with so much participation and fun. To that, I thought, “now that is how we roll”…meaning, Pacific Coast Naturals with two of our vendors working together creating… another thing of beauty.
Thank you, everyone, for your time, hard work, support, and participation in the success of the evening’s dinner training. Special thanks to Karla and Tammy for jobs well done, and to Westside Tavern for the great eats and fine service. Now to the brain-child…way to go Ossie!
First our awesome educators: Karla Schmidt of Nordic Naturals and Tammy Ball of Acure Organics. That’s the gals. Now us men of PCN: Bruce Weyman, Ossie Cohen, and Darryl Biel.
This is you! Our dinner training guests. Check out our post on Facebook. Just click the FB icon on the side of your screen. While you’re there, tag yourself and comment your store name. High-five everyone!!!
PCN had awesome turnouts for each of our hosted dinner trainings held in Los Angeles at Guido’s Italian Cuisine on May 25th and in Ventura at Cafe Fiore’ on May 26th. Both nights started with fine dining and finishing with excellent training from Gina Contla, Host Defense® National Science Educator, who gave two fungi perfecti trainings on Host Defense® organic mushrooms, “The Mushroom Renaissance: Allies For Optimal Health”. We want to thank Gina, Guido’s Italian Cuisine, Cafe Fiore’ and all staff members who attended from these area stores:
In the Andean mountains of Peru is a region known as Machu Picchu. Thousands visit Machu Picchu each year. Starting their journey near the town of Ollantaytambo in the Urubamba Valley, they walk up through the Andes mountains to the breathtaking, isolated, abandoned 16th century city. Our Jan McIntire visited the ruins of Machu Picchu which is at an altitude of 7972 feet. Although she did not walk the week long Inca trail up to the ruins she still needed to keep her energy and stamina during the trip.
The altitude and physical exertion was made much easier due to her religious use of Oxylent and Maca. Jan says of the event “While others experienced various illnesses and fatigue from the altitude, I remained healthy and active. Such a wonderful adventure!”