Whole World Botanicals Offers High Quality Peruvian Wild-Crafted Herbs
Wild-crafted in the remote forests and mountains of Peru, Whole World Botanicals’ herbal supplements address multiple facets of wellness. All of their botanical ingredients come from the upper Amazon River Basin, an area of rich plant life and lush, nutrient-dense foliage. Their products include maca, cat’s claw, camu-camu, desmodium, graviola, and dragon’s blood, among others. These help with everything from overall stamina and sexual energy to clearing sinuses and soothing away digestive discomfort. All of them are products of wild nature, GMO-free and organic by default.
The Outstanding Plant Studies of a Botanist Laid the Groundwork for Whole World
Whole World Botanicals is remarkable among herbal supplement makers due to its focus on herbs from one region – the Peruvian rainforest. One of the co-founders of the company, Dr. Sidney McDaniel, PhD, was a botanist who maintained a field station in this region for over 20 years. This gave him the opportunity to study, collect, and identify many plant species in the region. In fact, he identified more than 10,000 species of Peruvian plants and herbs for an NIH study. Dr. Vianna Muller, PhD, launched the company in 1995 with the help of Dr. McDaniel’s incredible fund of research.
Whole World Botanicals Provides Social Benefits to the Regions They Buy From
Partnering closely with small producers in the Peruvian rainforest and mountains who supply wild-crafted herbs, Whole World Botanicals works for the betterment of these communities. That includes providing Fair Trade prices to the farmers, and educational supplies to their youngsters. The company has also contributed to the Puerto Rico Water Filter Project. At other times, they’ve supported solar energy projects and solar cooker projects for the people in the region, as well as other water initiatives for needy communities following natural disasters.