Costco Announces These New Health Products
The bulk-shopping juggernaut known as Costco may connote pallets of paper goods and tempting sheet cakes and pizza more often than health products. But the retailer has a large and ever-growing selection of health and wellness products, which may appeal to you if you're trying to fit anything from supplements to aromatherapy into a tight budget. These are some new health products Costco has just released. Read on to find out more—and to ensure your health and the health of others, don't miss these Sure Signs You May Have Already Had COVID.
Qunol Turmeric Gummies
Turmeric is one of the hottest nutritional supplements of recent years. Touted for its potential anti-inflammatory and joint-health benefits, it's made its way into everything from lattes to gummies. These chewy orange-flavored bites are for those who like taking their supps with a dose of childhood nostalgia.
Fall means that cold and flu season—and the risk of uncomfortable nasal and chest congestion—is right around the corner. Vicks VapoRub is one of those time-tested, mother-approved remedies to help make breathing easier. (Seriously, did anyone's mom and grandmother not have that little blue-green jar in their medicine cabinet?) Vicks has launched this modern update: scented sticks that can be held to the nose to soothe congestion; the menthol-camphor vapors remain the same.
Astaxanthin is a ketocarotenoid—a natural plant pigment that gives salmon its pinkish hue. Studies suggest it may have antioxidant benefits that help the body quell inflammation, that destructive process that contributes to chronic disease and skin aging. It's gotten enough buzz for Costco to add it to their health offerings.
21 Drops Organic Energy and Wellness Essential Oil Set
Essential oils are another wellness product that are having a moment: These roller sticks are a type of aromatherapy—they contain oils that its create claim can relax, invigorate or even help you sleep when rubbed on the skin.
Zero Friction Men's Copper Flex Golf Gloves
You may have a surge in textile products that contain copper in recent years; it's shown up in bedsheets, towels, and workout gear, just to name a few. Copper has naturally antibacterial properties that keeps things fresh. It also may have anti-inflammatory effects that help soothe stiff, aching and tired joints—which is why the element has found its way into these golf gloves. And to get through this pandemic at your healthiest, don't miss these 35 Places You're Most Likely to Catch COVID.
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