The popularity of Arborvitae continues to grow, with all 92 Blooms The Chemist outlets joining the list of suppliers throughout Australia, including stores in Cronulla, Miranda and Padstow.
Health and wellbeing director Brendan Howell said the natural anti-inflammatory and antioxidant supplement was available in more than 500 chemists and health food stores throughout the country.
"In addition to Blooms, on an average week, we sign up four or five new pharmacies or health food stores, with growth continuing around Australia from customer demand," Mr Howell said.
"We are different to other health supplement companies in that we do not have a sales force on the ground spruiking our products.
"We rely on our customers and their feedback, as well as relationships with their local chemist or health food store, to grow our business."
Arborvitae's main ingredients are Pycnogenol - which is a French Maritime Pine Bark extract - as well as aloe vera, papain enzyme and honey. Mr Howell said there were more than 400 published studies and review articles ensuring the safety and efficacy of Pycnogenol as an ingredient.
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"Each of Arborvitae's supplements are listed with the Therapeutic Goods Administration and manufactured in Australia under Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP)," he said.
The best selling supplements are Arborvitae Joint Health (Arthritis & Pain Relief) and Arborvitae Health & Wellbeing Supplement (Blood Glucose and Cholesterol).
Former Australian cricketer Mike Whitney is a fan of the product, along with many others who are happy to spruik its benefits.
Convert Peter Wilson said after three weeks of using the supplement he noticed a reduction in the pain caused by his osteoarthritis.
"I have lived with pain throughout my adult life and prior to taking Arborvitae I was on daily anti-inflammatory medication," Mr Wilson said.
"I no longer take any other medication and have seen my pain levels drop to near nothing. I also have my life back mobility wise."
Regular user Lyn Parry urged all sufferers of joint and inflammation to try the supplement.
"I was given information about Arborvitae by a friend who was using it and said it was magic stuff," Ms Parry said.
"I started using 50ml a day as instructed and, within three days, I noticed a marked change in my knee pain during my 31-step climb to my apartment.
"I have continued taking Arborvitae and have experienced very little pain ever since."