The Story of Zenith Herbal
Ruth had known about black salve for years, and was constantly amazed by what she saw it accomplish. Then in 2014 Ruth and Hugh found themselves in northern Thailand, land of the exotic – with a clean slate before them. What could they do next? They wanted a business to support them, and one that would also help other people.
Within a month, Hugh had built the first website. Then a small box of ingredients arrived, and Ruth began to make salve. They used little honey jars at first, and had labels made at the local print shop. Small beginnings. There were problems with Paypal, problems with Amazon, problems with Google… but Hugh is nothing if not persistent.
Sales had just reached a point where expenses were covered, and disaster struck. Thai police accused them of making methamphetamine. They could have just paid the demanded bribe of USD6000 – if they’d had it. After one month, they were out of jail with only a suspended sentence for working without a permit. Whew. Maybe Malaysia would be better? No. Maybe Ecuador? No. Maybe Mexico? No. But manufacture was begun in the USA, and bloodroot capsules were introduced.
Zenith Herbal has come a long way in a few short years. And it’s been an eventful ride. The company employs four people, and now makes other herbal products as well. Wholesale products and an affiliate scheme have begun. Though the challenges are ongoing, the Facebook Discussion Group now has over fifteen thousand members helping each other through many different health issues.
Hugh and Ruth love most of all to hear people’s life-changing success stories, and see them generously sharing and supporting each other. They invite you to share your story too. You may change a life.
Ruth’s Bloodroot Experience
Bloodroot is my favorite herb. If I had listened to QuackBotch or the FDA, I would now be broke, dead from cancer – or (most likely) chemotherapy. For years I had a freckle on my thigh, and then it developed into a melanoma. I used bloodroot, and five weeks later the thing was gone.
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