Nu Century Herbs donates supplements to Hurricane Sandy victims

Nu Century Herbs donates supplements to Hurricane Sandy victims

Company donated 1,800 packets of herbal respiratory supplements, Resprin and AirAide to the Occupy Sandy Recovery Team.

As a part of its ongoing SHARE THE AIR commitment to community and education, Nu Century Herbs recently donated 1,800 packets of herbal respiratory supplements, Resprin and AirAide to the Occupy Sandy Recovery Team.

Amanda Geraci, a licensed social worker and donation organizer for the Occupy Sandy Recovery Team expressed need to address the current health issues of the workers and the victims: “One of the major concerns we are having on the ground is the long term effects from mold and demolition exposure that people will be dealing with. Already in places like Staten Island, Union Beach, and Point Pleasant our people (volunteers and residents) are experiencing heavy coughing, respiratory infections, and increase mucus, phlegm, and fatigue. I'm concerned and certain it is only going to get worse. We are in need of P-100 respirator masks and other mold and debris exposure prevention supplies.”

In addition, NuCentury Herbs has made considerable efforts to educate the media and the public on mold and invite everyone to SHARE THE AIR.

Nu Century Herbs has been researching the connection between herbs and wellness for over two decades. As a result of this dedication and commitment to health and wellbeing they have developed safe, effective botanical products. Their synergistic formulations are quality produced in the USA with 100% vegetarian, all natural herbal ingredients, GMP Certified and are scientifically standardized for purity and potency.

If you wish to learn more about the Occupy Sandy Recovery Team, volunteer or offer a donation, please visit: http://interoccupy.net/occupysandy

If you wish to learn more about NuCentury Herbs, visit nucenturyherbs.com.

Hide comments

Comments

  • Allowed HTML tags: <em> <strong> <blockquote> <br> <p>

Plain text

  • No HTML tags allowed.
  • Web page addresses and e-mail addresses turn into links automatically.
  • Lines and paragraphs break automatically.
Publish