2020 is a year none of us are going to forget any time soon. No one could have predicted a global pandemic, months spent at home and our new go-to accessory - the face mask. But it's not all doom and gloom. 2020 has bought us closer together, made us appreciate the small things, and reminded us of what's really important - our health.
Despite the unforeseen circumstances, it's been a busy and positive year for Mountainlife. For starters, we've launched a brand new website and released a whole host of wild harvested superfoods, berry powders and tinctures, to sell alongside our flagship Shilajit range.
Behind the scenes, we've been working hard on our new Medicinal Mushroom products, which we're excited to share with you very soon.
Orders have been flying out the door and we can't thank you enough. As a small, family run business, it means the world to have the support of customers all over the world.
Our next big launch is our Medicinal Mushroom range comprising:
We will also be releasing 2 new powders and 2 capsule products, made from the adaptogenic herbs Rhodiola Rosea and Siberian Ginseng. Plus, 2 new fruit powders - Wild Dragon Fruit and Wild Raspberry.
That's plenty of new natural health supplements to try and get excited about!
Beyond that, we plan to expand our range of superfoods and Ayurvedic herbs. We've also got an 'Ancestral collection' of Organ Meat powders in the pipeline. More on that soon...
As we wave goodbye to 2020, we'd just like to thank you again for your support. We wish you a very Happy New Year and hope 2021 is full of joy and good health for all.
Thomas & the Mountainlife team
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