SMALL BUSINESS SPOTLIGHT: Nature’s Nook

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REXBURG – If you have joint pain, back pain or some other type of medical issue that just won’t go away after months or years of medication, the staff at Nature’s Nook say they might have something to help you.

Mary Jensen is the co-owner of Nature’s Nook, a health and wellness store in Rexburg that provides natural supplements that promote full body health.

“What we sell helps the body to rebuild and gives (the body) the building blocks it needs so that it can heal itself,” Jensen tells EastIdahoNews.com.

Jensen believes many over-the-counter medications create an unhealthy environment in the body that only masks health problem.

Traci Burt is a Nature’s Nook employee. She says the products offered at Nature’s Nook have had a huge impact in her life, helping her to get ahead of her health problems.

“I was able to find stuff that actually makes me feel better,” Burt said. “You’re not worried about taking it because you know it’s all natural. It’s not going to hurt you.”

Jensen tells us seeing the impact these products have in her customer’s lives is part of the joy of working at Nature’s Nook.

“My customer’s are my friends, and I love them,” Jensen says.

“I love helping people. I love making their day better,” employee Camille Patterson said. “We never have a grumpy customer.”

Joint and back pain are some of the common ailments remedied with Nature’s Nook products.

Jensen says the initial business that became Nature’s Nook began in the basement of someone’s home forty or fifty years ago. Jensen and her husband purchased the business in 1994. Today, Jensen is co-owner of the business, with her son, Rick Barton.

Nature’s Nook is located at 160 Valley River Drive, south of McDonald’s in Rexburg. They are open 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday, and 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday.

You can visit their Facebook page to learn more. They can be reached at (208) 356-5284.

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