Welcome to this post: Hilma Natural Remedies for Wellness. Use code MOREGOODER20 for 20% off.
Formulated with five natural ingredients. They are clinically proven to relieve your upset stomach and promote digestion. No dyes or fillers, and naturally drug free. Made from clinically proven Chamomile, Artichoke Leaf, Ginger Root, & more.
Great for occasional heartburn and acid indigestion, upset stomach. *Includes 60 capsules (30 servings).
I’m kind of an expert on bloating. Not really–but I sure have experienced a lot in my life.
Most of my suspected bloating recently has been due to more Omega-6s than my body wants (too many nuts and seeds) and histamine intolerance. I think it’s all related to general inflammation. In other words, the more inflamed you are, the more likely you are to be irritating other systems in your body.
To combat the bloating, I took this Upset Stomach supp alongside Quercetin. Quercetin is a plant flavonoid that can assist your body’s immune response. I do notice a different in the bloat when I take them in conjunction with a good amount of water.
Made from clinically proven White Willow Bark, Magnesium, Boswellia, & more. Natural ingredients that are clinically proven to relieve tension. No dyes or fillers, and naturally drug-free. Great for occasional head discomfort. Includes 50 capsules (25 servings).
I don’t want to taut anything as miraculous, but I have felt like this one has helped me. I’ve been on a road of jumping back into Crossfit after prolonged injury. While taking this, it’s been a seamless transition. It’s one of a few pillars (like good sleep and overall nutrition) that have helped me keep the inflammation down.
I can’t speak to them alleviating the other major pains I experience like menstrual cramps. Those are still a beast running around in the wild for me). But, I did find this helpful as a nighttime supp for helping me relax and release tension. Crossfit movements typically cause my neck and traps to be tight. So, it’s a nice reprieve when I’m working out and do not notice the tightness. I definitely believe that what we put into our bodies affects our ability to recover.
Made from clinically proven Zinc, Vitamin C (Camu Camu), Echinacea, Ginger, & more. Made only with natural ingredients clinically proven to support your immune system–no mystery ingredients. A daily immune building routine with a refreshing taste.
In a time when the focus on immunity is ever-present, I felt equipped largely because I had some natural immune-focused on hand. I don’t hardly ever get sick, and haven’t in the last year. But, I did notice that these immune packs were a nice ritual as a morning elixir to keep my gut in good shape to take on whatever I threw at it later that day. It noticeably made my stomach feel more at ease and mental clarity noticeable.
Hilma Natural Remedies for Wellness
My overall thoughts on Hilma as a brand + their offerings is very positive. In a sea of artificial, big pharma-driven pills for relief and faux, perceived wellness, Hilma stands out. It’s nice to have an option like Hilma out there for the times when our bodies need a little help getting back to equilibrium. I view Hilma’s products as items that I will keep in our Farmacy aka natural healing cabinet (it’s our version of a medicine cabinet).
I’m a big proponent of plant medicine as a remedy and overall wellness enhancement. I truly feel gratitude for crossing paths with a brand like Hilma. They are changing how people view remedies. Though I don’t usually require the hard science in order to try or believe in a product, I realize that many individuals do. Thus, it’s neat that Hilma leads with the studies. They provide the science and backing that will make their products credible to those that seek science first.
I admire that Hilma is advocating for plant power and how herbs and botanicals can target specific needs in the body. It’s actually incredible how plants have that ability. It’s evident simply by looking at Hilma’s product formulations that they are paying homage to plants.
On a small side note, their branding is cool and I love the use of green. Forest green was actually going to be our wedding color before we decided to elope in 2020.