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One Good Idea: Medicine Hunter
CNBC Power Lunch
with Sue Herera
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Discussing plant medicines, with Chris Kilham, Medicine Hunter Inc. founder. CNBC's Bill Griffeth and Sue Herera take you through the heart of the business day with intelligent and lively debate on the day’s biggest stories, whether they originate on Wall Street or in Washington. "Power Lunch" delves into the economy, the markets, real estate, media and technology –- anywhere there’s money to be made.

“I love the Amazon. I just wanna to cry every time I go there both for the majestic beauty and for the fact that it’s gonna be a museum exhibit in a couple of decades if we don’t stop the deforestation.”Chris Kilham, CNBC Power Lunch

NOTE from Zoe:

We get a lot of question about where to buy Calming Sleep, which is the product featured in this segment. This product is now called Sleep Tonight, and is produced by Enzymatic Therapy, which is one of the industry's leading brands. If Calming Sleep worked for you then Sleep Tonight will also work because it is identical - just a different package.

Also, I highly recommend taking a look at Calm Nerves with Passion Flower. This wonderful TV segment and corresponding column certainly made a difference for me. I have trouble sleeping sometimes, so I after watching and reading this, I tried Passion Flower. Everyone is different so it may or not work for you but it sure did work for me. I tried it for about a week and each night it worked. And what a difference from those horrible pharmaceuticals -- that drugged out zombie feeling in the morning was totally absent and, at least for me, my dreams were sweet. I like Passion Flower Capsules, by Gaia Herbs. Great products, great people.

January 2008