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Treating Psoriasis in the Blue Lagoon
iceland_psoriasis_treatment_blue_lagoonThe Blue Lagoon psoriasis treatment is a unique, natural treatment for psoriasis, without side effects. The treatment has been offered for many years, giving hundreds of patients from around the world relief from psoriasis. The Blue Lagoon Clinic is located close to Keflavik International Airport in Iceland and is easily accessible via direct flights from most major cities in Europe, USA and beyond.

The Blue Lagoon Clinic opened it's doors in June 2005. The Clinic offers 15 spacious double rooms and a private lagoon for treatment guests.
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Iceherbs: Health products from Iceland Moss
iceherbsThe Iceherbs company was founded in Blönduós in 1993, with contribution of local farm communities in North Iceland and public and private enterprices. All our products are made only from Iceland Moss lichen (Cetraria islandica), grown and collected in the mountains and wilderness of Iceland.

Both tradition and modern research on Iceland Moss show that the water souluble fiber lichenan and the bitter-tasting lichen acids are active compounds that soften the mucous membrane of the throat and chest as well as the membranes of the stomach and the digestive tract.

Iceherbs products are soothing on sore throat, improve digestion, physical strength, mental and physical well being.
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Bioeffect - EGF Serum
"Pure Science, Pure Beauty"EGFgras

BIOEFFECT EGF serum has at its heart a deep commitment to purity. We focus on caring for our environment and the trust of our customers. That's why we scrutinize everything we do, to ensure we alwaysmaintain sustainability, product excellence and customer satisfaction.

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Icelandic Birch
bjorksnapsThe uniqueness of Icelandic birch

The birch used in the flavouring are taken from the unspoiled Icelandic wilderness. The trees were planted at the roots of Haukafell mountain next to Vatnajökull glacier in the 1960's as a part of a soil reclamation program. Trimmings that are cut off to make the forest sustainable.

Icelanders have used birch remedies for various reasons. Ever since farmer Alexander Bjarnason wrote about the fortifying, purifying and appetizing properties of birch in 1860, Icelanders have continued to praise its many qualities, such as its rejuvenating and invigorating benefits for the skin, hair and even the libido! How about that!

Much like the Icelandic people, the birch tree is unique in its ability to adapt to and prosper in rough weather and climates.

Björk is the Icelandic word for birch

Björk is flavoured with Icelandic birch, handpicked in the spring.
Björk is a sweet liqueur.Birkir is one of the many Icelandic names drawn from birch

Birkir is one of the many Icelandic names drawn from birch.