As a world-renowned formulator, Jon Barron created his own powerful formulas for himself and his wife, Kristen, for many years because they could not find supplements that did not compromise the amount of active ingredients or the quality of the ingredient source. In 2003, a team of health aficionados asked to bring his personal products to market. They formed the company Baseline Nutritionals ®. Now, for over half a decade, thousands of men and women in over 40 countries have renewed their health with these miraculous formulas.
Good formulas are about more than just ingredients and manufacturing. Given the best formulation in the world, it turns out that it is possible to enhance it even further – to improve its efficacy beyond the obvious. A specific technique is used - the Barron Effect®, which is a proprietary process discovered by Jon Barron that makes our herbal tinctures stronger than any other comparable products in the world. No one else comes close. Learn more about our formula enhancements.
Together we scour the world for the highest quality, organic, wild-crafted, and USP grade ingredients. When it comes to the efficacy of our products and your health, compromise is NOT an option.
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