Canyon

Products

Joint Support

Canyon’s Joint Support helps support and enhance the daily diet of those people who have problems with their skeletal system (joints) resulting from nutritional deficiencies. Joint Support is important for people who value the importance of the joint system and want to ensure proper nutritional support

Ladies

Canyon’s Ladies Formula is designed to meet a woman's unique needs and to help restore the body's balance at critical times of the month.

Lecithin

Canyon's Lecithin is a well known formula to keep cells nourished.

Muscle Support

Canyon's Muscle Support contains a full spectrum of amino acids that is designed for all physically active people. The product assists in muscle recovery, repair and recuperation after any strenuous exercise.

Nerve Support

Canyon’s Nerve Support is specifically formulated to provide optimal nutrition by ensuring an adequate supply of the necessary micro-nutrients to boost the body's nervous system.

Omega Plex

Canyon’s Omega Plex contains a combination of Omega 3, 6 and 9 essential fatty acids (EFA’s) which support the nutrition of those who do not get sufficient in their daily diet.

Respiratory Optimiser

Canyon’s Respiratory Optimiser may assist in relieving respiratory conditions e.g., asthma, bronchitis, pneumonia and coughs. The carefully selected ingredients assist in clearing the respiratory tract of mucus; improve immunity; act as a decongestant and supply all the minerals known to man.

Rub

Canyon’s Rub is a specially prepared ointment that has many benefits.

SeaMax

Ascophyllum Nodosum seaweed has been used for centuries as a natural source supplement. Today, thanks to modern processing technology, the benefits of ascophyllum nodosum seaweed are available to Canyon Organics as Sea-Max.

Student Fuel

Canyon’s Student Fuel is the ideal product for students and scholars under pressure, both academically and on the sports field. Today's competitive environment means that children, even from an early age, are expected to perform. This pressure increases with scholastic seniority. Exam stress and fatigue are common and often relate to poor eating habits and an energy or nutritional deficiency.