Bushpharm Debuts Products at Olympia Weekend in Las Vegas

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Bushpharm, a producer of 100 percent pure organic products for the nutraceutical and pharmaceutical industry, made its debut appearance at Olympia Weekend this month to an enthusiastic reception.

Given out in samples at eight-time Mr. Olympia Ronnie Coleman’s booth at the event, the company’s hoodia gordonii and sceletium tortuosum products were well received by both consumers and major retailers. Coleman, who recently started his own nutrition company, endorsed the products while signing autographs for fans at his booth.

“The great thing about Bushpharm products is that there are no fungicides, pesticides or herbicides used in their production,” said Mitch Gould, CEO for NPI, the firm responsible for the distribution of Bushpharm. “The plants are grown without fetilizers in virgin soil, and you can defnitely see and feel the benefits of the organic process when you use them.”

The Bushpharm production farm and processing facility are located in the heart of the Kalahari Desert in Namibia, one of the cleanest and least polluted areas in all the world. Several retailers have already picked up the brand, including Amazon.com, RevNutrition.com, Go4itnutrition.com and RonnieColemanNutrition.com.

“Bushpharm meets the highest standards of quality, and consumers really responded to that at the event,” Gould said. “From growth to cultivation, the entire process is organic, and this weekend both fitness fans and major retailers were very impressed by that.”

The company offers a variety of supplements, including Hoodia Capsules 60’s, which have the ability to remove hunger pains and suppress the appetite. Another product that is sure to be popular is the Chillout Sceletium Tablets. Sceletium has been used for generations as an appetite suppressant by shepards going long distances in arid areas, and it also elevates one’s mood while decreasing anxiety, stress and tension.

For more information on Bushpharm products, visit http://www.bushpharm.com/.


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