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If you would like to learn more about Hemp, it might interest you to click on our history page at www.ancientlifeoil.com .  This will give you a background on a plant that is not new, but truly has been around for thousands of years.  Learn the difference between CBD and THC.

 
Our goal is to bring you the purest, highest grade available of non-psychoactive CBD oil. There are many companies out there peddling an inferior product that will not benefit you the way that you might expect.  I am excited for you to try ANCIENT LIFE OIL/SOURCE and see what your own personal results are. This will be what is called; “the proof in the pudding.”  Become pro-active and research on the internet, all of the health benefits of CBD Oil and know that we here at ANCIENT LIFE OIL are the GOLDEN GRADE.  Our products are all ORGANIC, NON-GMO and infused with high quality liquid coconut MCT oil, hemp oil, and grapeseed oil to enhance absorption.

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Making a Bigger Impact—Together

Changing the conversation from
people OR animals to people AND animals


When most of us think of making charitable donations, we think first and foremost of making a positive impact on people in need. This is a natural and beautiful inclination! Sadly however, animal welfare doesn’t make many people’s donation list. Of $373 billion in charitable donations made in the U.S. in 2015, less than 1% went to animal-related causes.

What if we told you human welfare and animal welfare go hand in hand?


Mutual Rescueis a national initiative created by Humane Society Silicon Valley to change the conversation around animal welfare. You’re not only saving animal lives when you donate to a local animal shelter, you are helping to transform the lives of people in your community for the better through life-changing human-animal relationships.

Helping Animals Helps People


To illustrate this truth, Mutual Rescue has launched a series of films aimed at revealing the impact people and animals have on one another. The first film, “Eric & Peety,” was instantly a viral Internet sensation and has been viewed more than 88 million times in the past year. Last year, "Eric & Peety" was honored with the Relationships First Award, presented by the My Hero Project, whose mission is to use media, art and technology to celebrate the best of humanity. This year, “Eric & Peety” was an honoree of the Webby Awards.

During 2017, Mutual Rescue is releasing four more films in the series, the first of which was “Kylie & Liza,” the story of a young girl battling cancer and the kitten she and her family adopted. In “Tracy & Jack,” we met a woman who suffered a debilitating fall while horseback riding, who learned to love life again with the help of a three-legged, one-eyed shelter dog. Mutual Rescue’s latest film is “Josh & Scout,” which tells the tale of a soldier suffering from PTSD and severe depression and the kitten who saved his life at just the right moment.

Mutual Rescue emphasizes bringing local communities together to support both animals and humans. People everywhere have stories to tell about how shelter animals have changed their lives for the better, and Mutual Rescue is bringing these stories to light. The 2017 film series highlights this impact, from Pittsburgh to Seattle, from Georgia to the Rockies.

Those who have a Mutual Rescue story of their own to tell are invited to submit it for consideration for future films and publications.

Local Giving Matters


A recent survey revealed that 71% of Americans believe their local humane society is a branch of The Humane Society of the United States. This is not the case, and one of Mutual Rescue’s goals is to help people understand the importance of giving directly to their local shelters to create the biggest impact in their local communities.

Together, we are changing lives!




To learn more, visit www.MutualRescue.org and subscribe to the Mutual Rescue YouTube channel.


 

                              PET PHILANTHROPY CIRCLE ANNOUNCES
                                  The 2016 "PET HERO AWARD WINNERS"

 

The Pet Hero Awards™ are notably the nation’s most prestigious animal welfare award ceremony showcasing people, organizations, corporations, veterinarians and pets that serve to inspire others to promote animal welfare.  These awards showcase the causes and needs of those who protect animals.Co-Chairs, Georgina Bloomberg, Prince Lorenzo Borghese and myself invite all Media to cover an amazing event. Email Gregg Oehler directly at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.Pet Hero Awards ceremony at the elegant Gotham Hall in Manhattan on Friday October 7th, 2016.The 2016 Award winners include an all-star lineup.Naomi Judd will be receiving the Humanitarian of the Year Award for her tireless work in lobbying in Washington, DC to ensure the safe return of all service dogs that have served in the US Military.

 

Alison Eastwood, actress, daughter of Clint Eastwood, and Founder of the Eastwood Ranch Foundation, is the Animal Advocate of the Year, recognized for her outstanding success with saving animals from kill shelters in Southern California.
Dr. Robin Ganzert
, will be accepting the Outstanding Animal Welfare Organization award as CEO of the American Humane Association whose efforts have impacted hundreds of millions of animals. The Petco Foundation is being awarded the Foundation of the Year for helping 4.9 million pets find homes.  Katie Cleary, Executive Producer and Writer of the movie, Give Me Shelter on Netflix, President of Peace for Animals, and Founder and Editor in Chief of the Animal News Network is receiving the Animal Welfare Spokesperson Award. 

 

The Heart Organization has earned the Animal Welfare Education Award for their national youth education program that teaches compassion and respect for all living beings. Jamie’s Rescue in Miami brings focus on the challenges of rescuing street dogs in inner cities and is awarded the Rescue Organization of the Year.
Outstanding Junior of the Year, Matthew Talbot, proves we are never too young to make a difference in saving animal lives. The Outstanding Pet, Amazing Grace, a dog destined to a gruesome death in a gas chamber survived and inspires humans to end this cruel, unnecessary way of eliminating dogs. Tributes for all Pet Hero Award winners are available on the PetCircle.org website.

 "Humanitarian of the Year".... .......Naomi Judd                          

 "Animal Advocate of the Year"..... Alison Eastwood                 
"Foundation of the Year"...............The Petco Foundation 
 "Animal Welfare Spokesperson Award"....Katie Cleary 
"Animal Welfare Education Award"....The Heart Organization
"Rescue Organization of the Year"....Jamie's Rescue
"Outstanding Junior of the Year".......Matthew Talbot
"Outstanding Animal Welfare Organization"...American Humane Association, 
      Robin Ganzert...President/CEO

The Pet Philanthropy Circle will commemorate this special 5th anniversary with a VIP Cocktail Reception, the Awards Program, the Alex Donner Orchestra and entertainment by Beau Hulse.  This optional black tie event will be Co-hosted by Jewel Morris, Founder of the Pet Philanthropy Circle and David Frei, NBC Commentator and former Westminster Dog Show Host

 

Sponsors are welcome and currently include Subaru of America, the Park Lane Hotel, The Petco Foundation, American Humane Association, Hamptons Magazine, and Hamptons Pet "The Luxury Global Pet Magazine".

 

By showcasing these outstanding contributions, the Pet Philanthropy Circle hopes to inspire everyone to become involved in defending the rights of animals. Honorees and guests fly in from around the country to attend this enlightening and entertaining celebration of animals and the causes that protect them. 

For tickets www.petphilanthropycircle.com/tickets or call 631 255- 7911 

              

PIXIE DUST NATURALS: ORGANIC, VEGAN & CRUELTY-FREE

SKIN AND BODY CARE PRODUCTS CREATED WITH A PURPOSE

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Introducing Pixie Dust Naturals, a solution-oriented collection of organic, vegan and cruelty-free bath and beauty care products that are equally elegant in appearance and effective in nature. Invented out of necessity, Pixie Dust Naturals was developed by Michelle Touchstone, a Northern California native who grew up among a plethora of naturals herbs and plants. Now living in Miami, Michelle Touchstone called upon her natural and organic background to produce an enviro-friendly skincare line that wouldn’t aggravate her own sensitive skin and scalp.


Pixie Dust Naturals is passionate about producing products that keep painful and embarrassing conditions such as acne and eczema at bay. The eco-friendly, handcrafted collection is comprised of a variety of natural scents and mixes in artisan beauty and spa soaps, lotions, exfoliators, moisturizers, candles and more. Specifically, Pixie Dust Naturals infuses powerful natural plant botanicals and herbs such as Gamma Linolenic Acid (GLA) and the fatty acids 3-6-9 found in Borage Oil which is brimming with medicinal properties to help relieve the symptoms of chronic inflammatory conditions. 


Developed for normal and sensitive skin alike, the artisan skin collection is completely hand blended and cold processed keeping all nutritive properties inside. Pixie Dust Naturals face creams such as their Bright Eyes & Face Line Defense and Monoi Anti-aging C Cream are both safe for Cancer recovery patients and those in search of a Paraben free skin care line.

Pixie Dust Naturals products are skin balanced and carefully formulated with the highest grade plant extracts, nutrient rich antioxidants ie: Lavender Absolute, Co-q10  and an array of nutritious oils such as Argan, Evening Primrose and Borage Oil, all properties known to help combat the sign of aging by reducing free radical damage.  

The collection embraces the natural beauty of the skin and enhances these features with enticing, holistic ingredients free of any Parabens, SLS, Propylene Glycol and harsh chemicals. Vegan Spa Bars, soaps and candles are available in a variety of scents from Dead Sea Mud Spa Bar & Mask to French Lavender to Sakura and Palmerosa, all containing soothing aroma therapy; ideal for unwinding from stress. 

Pixie Dust Naturals range in price point from $9.50-$50, making them an affordable, eco-friendly, natural and effective alternative to the chemically-enhanced and induced skin care products most commonly found in the beauty market today. The collection is available online and at numerous locations in South Florida. For additional information on Pixie Dust Naturals please visit www.pixiedustnaturals.com         

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Melissa Confusing and unpredictable human behavior can cause your dog to act out. Learn how to protect your dog and your liability in today’s world. Imagine your reaction if your child’s friend grabs the remote control of the TV you are watching and changes the channel—and then later, does it again. We instantly recognize this behavior as wrong and correct it. When humans break dog rules and they correct us, we ignore our insubordinate actions and default to “blaming the dog.”Former animal officer Melissa Berryman has witnessed how devastating the effects society’s entrenched beliefs regarding dog behavior and temperament can be—that good behavior can be purchased, that an owner’s handling ability doesn’t matter, that human behavior and the situations in which the dog is placed are insignificant. Berryman shows how analyzing situations and contexts can stop the cycle of preventable incidents. Written with humor and compassion, People Training for Good Dogs offers insight into the impact that human behavior and understanding have on our relationships with dogs. By working with core canine social and behavioral drives, Berryman provides owners with sound techniques that focus on safety and can help protect their liability in today’s world.“This is the new Bible for all dog owners. … It will truly help you have the best relationship with yours and all dogs!” —Katie Riopel, dog trainer and host of Katie K9  Visit www.ptfgd.com to order the book and gt more information