Demand for organic everything is on the rise and that includes supplements. Now is the time to consider selling organic supplements even if you’ve brushed off going organic in the past.
Why Sell Organic Supplements
According to Supermarket News, “Organic sales in the U.S. totaled a new record of $49.4 billion in 2017, up 6.4% from the previous year and reflecting new sales of nearly $3.5 billion.”
Consumers are becoming more and more particular about what they consume and how it was made. With so much in the news and popular media about the “evils” of the industrial agriculture industry it’s no surprise that people are buying more and more organic.
While organic supplements aren’t the only way to succeed in the industry there’s definitely a massive opportunity to maximize profits. ZME Science reports, “In March, a Consumer Reports analysis found that, on average, organic food is 47% more expensive than regular food.”
While people are willing to pay a lot more for organic, organic on average only costs 5-7% more to produce. This means that you can increase your markup and profit margins massively with a far smaller cost increase.
Top 3 Organic Supplements to Private Label
Ashwagandha has been used in ayurvedic medicine for centuries for a variety of different health concerns and issues. It’s also known as Indian ginseng or winter cherry. The name ashwagandha literally translates to horse smell supposedly because of its horse-like odor.
It’s the root of the ashwagandha plant that is used for supplements. The roots are dried and then ground into a powder that we then encapsulate in a veggie cap that is both vegetarian and vegan friendly.
Ashwagandha is said to benefit many different areas of the body including:
- Immune system
- Blood Sugar
It can also help with
- Calmness & relaxation
- Weight loss
You might think that cinnamon is just a spice that you use a whole lot during the holidays. While most people only think of cinnamon as a spice it’s actually much more than that. Much like ashwagandha it’s been used in ayurvedic medicine for many years.
But not just any cinnamon will do. There are a few different types of cinnamon cassia cinnamon is the most common cinnamon and it’s the kind that’s most likely in your spice cabinet right now. It’s sometimes called Chinese cinnamon because it’s native to China.
While cassia cinnamon is the most common it’s Ceylon cinnamon that is sought after and used for its health benefits. Ceylon cinnamon is also called Sri Lanka cinnamon because it comes from Sri Lanka.
While both types of cinnamon contain healthy essential oils, cassia cinnamon is high in toxins that can be harmful if too much is taken. That’s why Ceylon cinnamon is the preferred cinnamon for supplements.
There are many reasons that people take cinnamon supplements here are a few:
- Heart health
- Blood sugar control
- Blood pressure
- Brain health
Coconut oil has been trendy for a few years now and it’s gaining some new life with the keto diet. Coconut oil is full of healthy fats that are very nutritious and has been shown to be extremely useful. It’s great for cooking and can even be used for lotion or to moisturize hair.
When it comes to using coconut oil as a supplement though it also has many benefits. The problem that most people run into though is that they don’t want to eat spoonfuls of coconut oil. With a supplement your customers avoid the greasiness while making it more convenient at the same time. Plus a supplement makes the serving size easier to control and measure which is important when customers are trying to lose weight.
Here are some of the many benefits of coconut oil supplements:
- Rich in MCTs
- Fat burning
- Appetite control
- Brain health