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We’re in the Top 100 for Alternative Health Blogs for 2018!

Saint Paul, MN, 1/8/2018 – Psinergy Natural Health & Holistic Wellness is honored to announce that it has earned a place in the Top 100 Alternative Health Blogs for 2018 by Lost Empire Herbs. Last year Lost Empire Herbs had published the Top 50 Herbal Blogs list and decided to continue with the practice for the future.

Lost Empire Herbs is in the business of changing lives. Their mission is “to do that, not just to make a buck.” While they are a for-profit business, they are dedicated to helping people. Logan Christopher, CEO of Lost Empire Herbs said, “Me and the team at Lost Empire Herbs love what you do at Psinergy Health and to show our appreciation we have exposed your work to our audience by adding your site to our top list of the best Holistic, Natural and Alternative Health blogs.”

“I’m over the moon with this recognition.” said co-owner and holistic health practitioner SchaOn Blodgett, CCP, BTAT. “It’s a huge honor to be included in this list with other notable practitioners like Steve Sonmore, L.Ac, Dipl. AC. (#10 on the list) who is also in the Twin Cities area, and organizations like the American College for Healthcare Sciences.” André Thomas, the other owner of Psinergy said, “SchaOn has worked very hard over the years to bring not just the best of natural medicine to the area, and also communicating this to the public. His work is really paying off, not just for me and my health, but for the community that we connect to as well.”

Psinergy Natural Health & Holistic Wellness has been in business just over 9-years in the Twin Cities metro area offering holistic health services including Esogetics Holistic Medicine & Colorpuncture, Ayurveda, Complex Homeopathy, as well as a wide-breadth of Complementary and Alternative forms of Medicine as defined under MN Statute 146A.

 

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