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Happy, Healthy, Healing with Bare Root Remedy

We’ve all heard that beauty begins from within, but now we have numerous studies that tell us that as well. Bare Root Remedy, A holistic wellness company that has made it their mission to heal people from the inside out.

Bare Root Remedy is driven by the mission to educate, heal and energize through natural remedies. With the belief that Mother Nature has given us the foundation to live our healthiest selves, the goal is to provide products that exemplify the best nature offers. These products aid in emotional and spiritual development and offer botanical education that empowers individuals to take responsibility for their health.

Bare Root Remedy was founded by Connor Morgan, who obtained her
business marketing and communications degree from Cal Poly San Luis Obispo. Right out of college, she began working 9-5 in the corporate world, making sales, but she felt like she was meant to do more in life she didn’t know what yet. Soon she became a flight attendant. Here she could make her hours and do something she was passionate about; travel. But there was still something missing. She realized that she loved researching health and wellness and how they worked with the body. She would sit in Whole Foods for hours, on the floor, studying the vitamins and supplements and comparing what they did. Then the COVID pandemic hit, and it forced her to slow down and discover her purpose. Connor’s drive in life multiplied when she realized she was passionate about helping people heal their bodies naturally from the inside out. That is where Bare Root Remedy came to fruition. This woman-owned and black-owned brand offers Vegan, Non-GMO, Gluten-Free, and Organic products that ship worldwide.

Bare Root Remedy launched in March 2021. It hasn’t even been a year, and the brand continues to grow and expand. The products are in 3 physical stores in the LA area, with plans to expand to more retailers by the end of 2022. With various product offerings targeting wellness and skincare, the combinations offering better health are endless. Take ‘Irish Moss Superfood,’ for example. It promotes healthy hair, skin & nails, and strong bones while supporting healthy iron levels, essential nerve and muscle function, and eventually healthy digestion & gut flora. Or even the ‘Chlorophyll Me’ product has multiple health benefits apart from a clever name. A testimonial suggests this product is the best tasting and most proactive chlorophyll ever has shown to be beneficial for alkaline diets and helps neutralize body odors. This liquid chlorophyll aids in the production of red blood cells, which boosts the immune system and acts as a powerful antioxidant. The testimonials do not stop with a fanbase of 20k followers on Instagram and growing, and the testimonials do not stop. With some buyers seeing their skin glow like never before to others calling the kits a game-changer, Bare Root Remedy is undoubtedly making its customers feel refreshed, nourished, and revived. The brand is undoubtedly a game-changer from health enthusiasts to leading estheticians recommending Bare Root Remedy.

To get your hands on the product and experience true internal holistic wellness, head on to or follow the Instagram and Tik Tok page at @barerootremedy.

Published by Alex Mamutin
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