Organic Supplements

Darin OlienDarin Olien is an entrepreneur who created a company called DARIN’S NATURALS whose inventory includes organic supplement from countries including Peru, Argentina, Ecuador, Brazil, Andes, Amazon, Bhutan, and China.  A champion of  fair trade working with indigenous farmers, his mission is to ” distribute the most potent, rare, unique foods, supplements, formulations, herbs and nutraceuticals to the US and the world.”

Darin is currently launching a revolutionary health/healing product line that incorporates oxygen into their supplements. Olien’s other company, GENERATIVE PLANET formed to create a more sustainable planet.

4 Responses to Organic Supplements
  1. faireni from fair trade shop germany
    March 10, 2011 | 6:40 pm

    i’m always looking for new organic and fair trade products for my shop. Is there any wholesale for europe? On Darin’s page i didn’t find any. Maybe you can support me with some information. Thanks!

  2. James from Nitric Oxide Supplements
    April 13, 2011 | 1:43 am

    Organic Supplements… sounds interesting. I heard that as compared to synthetic or artificial vitamins, organic supplements are absorbed by the body way faster. Although I am not sure how you can identify whether an organic vitamin is certified or not. Another thing is that these organic supplements do not have chemicals and other additives that artificial supplements have. I just found out that many of these artificial supplements contain pesticides on them! Well, organic seems to be a better option for everything, right? These days, with the kind of lifestyle that we all have, taking some good multi vitamins is one smart way of prolonging our life and avoiding all these different kinds of illness that can be pretty scary. No wonder why a lot of vitamin brands are sprouting every now and then. In fact, we now have the option whether to take the organic type or the usual synthetic ones. But since experts say that organic vitamins are found to have more nutrients and less toxins, the better option is pretty obvious. Although of course, price is another factor to take into consideration. I believe organic supplements are more expensive than artificial supplements. But when you come to think of it, the difference and benefits are well worth the cost.

  3. Peter from Herbal Supplements
    May 20, 2011 | 7:37 am

    Some indigenous communities in those countries named in the article, have special stores to sell herbal products. They are very popular with an in-depth knowledge of the plant varieties in their regions

  4. Suzanne from memory vitamin
    August 5, 2011 | 3:21 am

    Hi , Can you tell me if your fair trade supplements are available to the trade .I would be interested in meeting you to discuss.Get in touch

    Sue in Germany