Bret Bogue Expands Apothecary Genetics to Europe Tags: bret bogue apothecary geneitcs europe

Bret Bogue, founder of Apothecary Genetics, is pleased to announce that they are in negotiations with one of the largest distributors in Europe.

“Our plans would be to open up Apothecary Europe and have our new partners manufacture, distribute, and provide product fulfillment.  We feel joining forces with an international company will allow us to concentrate on one of the largest consumer bases as far as annual sales in the world.  Also with this unique partnership, it will allow Apothecary to turn it’s focus back on what made us what we are today with such strains as Grape Ape, Sour Grapes, Kaia Kush, Levity, SilverBack, and OG Jacure.

With all the success that we’ve had, it’s time that we offer our customers the most steady guaranteed products in the industry.  We’re also going to initiate a program for our loyal customers.  Once you purchase your souvenirs and you have received them, we will have a place on our site where you can go back and enter to win free merchandise and possibly even an opportunity for a trip to one of the destinations that Apothecary has a booth at.  What we’re asking for is that once you’ve received your gear that you tell us what type of medium you are using, what type of lights you are using, what type of fertilizer you are using, and most of all your pictures through the sprouting of the seeds to vegetating through pre-flowering and then periodic shots throughout the flowering and finally your finished product and if you have it done it, it would be nice to see the test as well.  Once you have submitted all the information online, we will select the winner.  

It is our hope by doing this to create an online dialog for any and all questions regarding cannabis and Apothecary Genetics so we can work as a team with each other to better grow and achieve maximum potential.”

Bret Bogue
Apothecary Genetics

5 Reasons You Should Be Using Mouthwash
Category: General News
Tags: mouthwash dentist tooth decay

Everyone knows the importance of maintaining good oral hygiene, not just to keep yourself looking
decent aesthetically but also to maintain your overall health. The oral cavity is the primary entrance
point for germs and other disease-causing pathogens, so keeping it clean ensures that your overall
health isn't compromised unnecessarily due to the presence of bacterial plaque and tartar that can
eventually result in serious problems. Aside from the obvious general health and appearance
concerns, here are five specific reasons why you should consider adding mouthwash to your oral
hygiene regimen:

1. Reaching Areas Toothbrushes Can't
The main reason to use mouthwash is because it can get to surfaces that your toothbrush can't in
order to dislodge food particles, kill germs, and wash away soft plaque before it calcifies and turns
into tartar. Thus, using a combination of brushing, gargling with mouthwash, and flossing is the best
approach to keeping a fully clean mouth. However, not all mouthwashes are the same, so it's
important to compare features and reviews using non-partisan user-based sites like Indreviews
before making your selection.

2. Better Breath
One of the more desirable benefits of using mouthwash is the fact that it instantly freshens your
breath. While brushing also freshens breath, mouthwash adds a much stronger minty smell that
outlasts the odor that toothpaste gives. Since bad breath is caused by having an unclean mouth,
throat, or upper respiratory tract, it's advisable to gargle thoroughly with the mouthwash. While
gargling, you may also want to change the tone of the gargle to allow the fluid to reach different
parts of the throat.

3. Preventing Tooth Decay
Letting bacteria stay in the mouth for extended periods of time might not cause any immediately
noticeable symptoms other than bad breath, but even if you don't become visibly sick, eventually
that bacteria is going to do insidious damage to your teeth. Using mouthwash kills germs, which are
the root cause of tooth decay.

4. Whiter Teeth
Although toothpastes and whitening strips do a great job of keeping teeth white, they're much less
convenient to use than mouthwash. A quick diluted swish of mouthwash after a cup of coffee can do
a lot to keep stains from forming on your enamel. Plus, mouthwash has a synergistic effect that
improves toothpaste's ability to remove plaque and germs from the teeth.

5. Healthier Gums
Finally, gum health is extremely important and may just be the most important aspect of dental
health overall. When your gums are compromised, bacteria can enter into spaces between the teeth and gum, eventually leading to periodontal disease, painful abscessed teeth, and a range of other consequences.


How Often Should You Use Mouth Wash?
Although it's best to follow the specific recommendations listed on the bottle of mouthwash you're
using, in general, most products recommend rinsing twice every 24 hours. If exceptionally bad
breath persists then you may want to start drinking more water, make positive dietary changes,
and/or discuss the possibility of halitosis with your physician.

A Look at the History of Medicare
Category: General News
Tags: history medicare lyndon johnson healh insurance

Medicare was introduced in 1965 under the presidential leadership of Lyndon Johnson. It was quite obvious the older generation needed help when it came to health insurance, so Congress put through Medicare to provide health insurance to those 65 years of age and older, regardless of their situation. This wasn’t the first time the idea had come to light, as it was first thought of more than 100 years ago.

National Health Insurance Goes Back to 1912

It was President Teddy Roosevelt who had a plan in place to provide health insurance to the public, and it was one of the reasons why he was elected. However, it took more than 30 years for the bill to be considered and it was under President Harry Truman in 1945 when it was eventually declined - the government didn’t think it was a viable solution to the public’s health problems. Unfortunately, it took another 20 years for the bill to pass and even John F. Kennedy couldn’t bring the bill into play.

John F. Kennedy Pushed for the Bill

John F. Kennedy also wanted to push for the health insurance bill, but he, too, was unsuccessful. It wasn’t until 1965 when President Lyndon Johnson signed off on the bill that it eventually became a reality. According to public research, more than 50% of Americans over the age of 65 were without health insurance until Medicare came into play. If you’re studying an MHA degree online – learning about the history of Medicare and its benefits could play a crucial role in shaping your health administration career in the future. Many students use online masters in health administration programs via Maryville University to help secure their Online MHA Degree, but only a few students know how Medicare was formed.

Medicare Now Serves More Than 55 Million Americans

Medicare is now relied upon by millions of Americans – and it’s now one of the bills that have proven to be the most successful. On Medicare’s 50th anniversary, statistics showed more than 55 million Americans have had help with their health issues through a Medicare program. In 2013 alone, benefits of more than $580 billion were paid out, which contributed to 14% of the government’s federal budget. It’s a bill that the likes of the previous presidents would be proud of – especially the ones like President Teddy Roosevelt who first brought the bill in-house.

While Medicare is providing insurance cover to billions of citizens of the United States, it still does need some changes to help cover other Americans in different age brackets. Most people are automatically covered by Medicare as soon as they reach 65, so some drastic changes could eventually come into play in terms of lowering the age. Will Medicare continue to become a huge success in the future? Or won’t the necessary changes be made to help improve health insurance packages for everyone? Some changes are currently in the pipeline, but it’s not certain what the future of Medicare holds.      

 
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