Welcome to Rainforest Remedies, LLC
Rainforest Remedies CEO Bub Cronin has dedicated his life to formulating different supplements, essential oils and natural pet products that target specific needs.
About The Rainforest
The Amazon rainforest is the world’s greatest natural resource and the richest biological incubator on the planet. Herbs and plants found here are rich in beneficial nutrients, phytochemicals and active constituents.
For centuries, the rainforest Indians and indigenous people relied on the rainforests for their survival, health and well-being. Different species of plants and herbs of the rainforests contribute to much of today's medicines. Over 90% of people in developing countries still rely on traditional medicine for their primary health care.
The U.S. National Cancer Institute has identified more than 3,000 plants that help fight cancer cells. 70% of these plants are found only in the rainforest. These plant extracts can help us in our ongoing struggle with constantly evolving pathogens, including bacteria, viruses, and fungi. The empirical plant knowledge of the indigenous people is being recognized as Amazon’s new gold.
Video One: Bub Cronin interviews Dr. Cathleen Landers, a Chiropractic Physician who specializes in Acupuncture and Kinesio-Sports Taping.
Video Two: An amazing testimony by Mo Hopper, a lady who was basically told to go home and get her affairs in order. After being treated by nine different medical specialists, nothing further could be done for her.
Video Three: Wanda Kline of Sebring, FL, had pretty much given up hope of ever regaining her health. Her doctors said that they just couldn’t help her anymore. This is when she had her blood analyzed via a nutritional blood analysis. The large amount of fungus that showed up in the blood was a key to her road back to health and wellness.
Video Four: This Florida man was diagnosed with brain cancer and was told he had a short time to live. After a live cell blood analysis, he was put on an all-natural herbal treatment. The video tells the rest of the story.