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NEW AT GRAMMA'S®

Forecast for 2017... insider news, product features and campaign updates.

BREAKING NEWS!

BREAKING NEWS!


GRAMMA'S Founder, 60 years ahead of Medical Science.


Research conducted by the Chinese Academy of Medical Science (supported by the British Medical Journal) confirmed that 'eating a hot spicy meal up to 7 times a week could prolong life, improve health and reduce deaths from cancer, heart disease and diabetes by 10%. Plus, Nottingham University (Queen's Medical Centre) confirmed that it also aides weight loss'.

HOORAY! Amazingly, founder (Dounne Alexander MBE. FRSA) has known about these benefits and lots more for over 60 years; and was the first to bring these revelations to public attention 30 years ago, when she launched her unique GRAMMA'S Herbal Pepper Sauces in Harrods and Fortnum & Mason. She then established the first health awareness campaign on the health enhancing benefits of 'Hot Peppers & Spicy Foods', which in 1995 saw her name recorded in the 'Hall-of-Fame' of the American Chili Institute... Continue with this exclusive Feature here.//

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FEATURED PRODUCT: GRAMMA'S  Cleansing Herbal Tea

FEATURED PRODUCT: GRAMMA'S® Cleansing Herbal Tea


'CONSTIPATION' -
is one of the main causes of ill-health...


which affects the majority of children and adults today. The main culprits; and a simple effective remedy are discussed in this months product feature. View Feature here //

HEALTH FEATURE: GRAMMA'S Willow Herbal Tea

HEALTH FEATURE: GRAMMA'S® Willow Herbal Tea


Discover the Origins of GRAMMA'S Willow Herbal Tea.


Researchers at the University of Liverpool looked at 18,000 people admitted at two hospitals in Merseyside between November 2001 and April 2002. They found that one in 16 had been admitted because of an adverse reaction to painkillers and 28 patients had died. View Feature here //


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