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MISC. INGREDIENTS

Annatto Seed

  • Seeds from the chiote tree used as natural dye because of its bright orange-red color
  • Antioxidant, and rich source of tocotrienois and Vitamin E

Australian Red & Black Clay

  • With silica, iron, magnesium, potassium, sodium, lithium, and trace elements
  • Rebalances, contains regenerative skin properties, removes dead cells, tightens pores, detoxifies, softens, and improves elasticity and texture
  • Anti-bacterial, benefits acne, joints, rheumatoid arthritis, and thyroid and goiter problems

Grey Bentonite Clay

  • Healing clays have been used for thousands of years to treat health issues from indigestion to insect bites
  • Comprised mostly of negative ions that work like magnets, bonding to toxins and heavy metals in the body made of positive ions and helping to eliminate them from the body
  • Tightens and tones skin, detoxifies; used traditionally in skin and hair-care products
  • Natural deodorant for sensitive skin
  • Benefits headache, allergic reactions, fatigue, sinus infections, and many other health ailments that are the result of toxin buildup in the body’s organs
  • Helps stomach ache, indigestion, acid reflux, constipation, diarrhea, and heartburn, and may reverse digestive distress
  • Battles illness and poisoning; very alkalizing and balances pH
  • Benefits bruises, burns, cuts, scrapes, bee stings, bug bites; makes excellent anti-itch cream
  • Said to re-mineralize teeth

Organic Blessed Thistle

  • Antibacterial and anti-fungal; benefits burns and wounds
  • Benefits stimulation of gastric juices and saliva, increases appetite, facilitates digestion, and stimulates flow of bile
  • Has been used in alternative cancer treatments

Organic Wildcrafted Blue Flag Root

  • Reduces inflammation of the skin and decreases symptoms of skin infections
  • Benefits burns, bruises, wounds, and cuts
  • Has been said to reduce size of malignant tumors in some cases
  • Used for diseases of the liver to improve liver action and secretions of bile
  • Benefits chronic rheumatism
  • Laxative, diuretic, and emetic; blood cleanser; can benefit lymphatic system

Organic Celery Seed

  • Traditionally used as a mouthwash
  • Thought to benefit wounds, scars, chilblains (for foot bath), toxins, obesity, rheumatoid arthritis, diabetes, kidney stones, hypertension, cardiovascular disease, constipation, high cholesterol, and intestinal gases; considered useful in blood and liver health
  • Benefits kidney infection by increasing urination and removing uric acid

Organic Chia Seed

  • One of the world’s best sources of many important nutrients, calorie for calorie, contains: fiber, protein, fat, calcium, manganese, magnesium, phosphorus, zinc, potassium, and vitamins B1, B2, and B3
  • Loaded with antioxidants
  • Anti-inflammatory; benefits weight loss, brain function, blood, type-2 diabetes, bone strength, and exercise performance

Ground Cinnamon

  • Traditionally used in treatment of lice, scabies, foot fungus, toothache, and dry heaves; stimulates circulation; warming
  • Aphrodisiac; benefits impotence
  • Known properties help vaginitis and candida

Organic Wildcrafted Cocoa Absolute

  • Wildcrafted, hexane-free extraction rich in amino acids, nutrients, and vitamins
  • Anti-bacterial and contains anti-aging properties
  • Known muscle relaxant, aphrodisiac, and anti-anxiety; promotes clarity and feelings of contentment

Organic Unrefined Cocoa Bean Butter

  • Naturally yellow and when unrefined, nutrients and antioxidants left in place
  • Rich emollient with excellent skin softening, conditioning, moisturizing, and lubricating properties
  • Benefits skin flexibility and health, stretch marks, and dry skin

Cornmeal

  • High in folic acid, a vitamin that helps your body efficiently use protein, and rich in B-1, riboflavin, niacin and iron
  • Benefits birth defects, metabolism, red-cell production and the cardiovascular system

French Green Clay

  • Bio-mineral composed of decomposed plant material and trace minerals
  • Replaces calcium, magnesium, silica, phosphorus, copper, zinc, sodium, potassium, cobalt, iron, and selenium
  • Highly absorbent; draws out impurities, and stimulates blood circulation
  • Refreshes and tones skin, tightens pores, and exfoliates dead skin cells
  • Reduces inflammation and benefits acne, cuts, abrasions, stings, bites, sprains, muscle and joint pain, abscesses, and wounds
  • Traditionally used in full-body treatments to soften dry, rough skin
  • Antibacterial, analgesic, internal cleanser, helps fight infection, promotes healing, and thought to ease pain associated with arthritis, and fight fatigue

French Yellow Clay

  • Comprised mostly of negative ions that work like magnets, bonding to toxins and heavy metals made of positive ions and helping to eliminate them from the body
  • Tightens and tones skin
  • Historically used in treatment of stomach ache, indigestion, acid reflux, constipation, diarrhea, heartburn, digestive distress, poisoning, alkaline, bruises, bee stings, bug bites, burns, cuts, scrapes, headache, allergic reactions, fatigue, sinus infection, and other ailments related to toxin buildup in the body’s organs
  • Benefits mouth and tooth health, and the re-mineralization of teeth
  • Traditionally used in hair and skincare products to balance pH
  • Commonly used as an anti-itch cream and natural deodorant for sensitive skin

Organic Goldenseal Root

  • Thought to improve memory and help dementia
  • Benefits multiple sclerosis and prescribed for intermittent claudication (painful walking)
  • Flavonoids found in ginkgo biloba may help alleviate retinal problems like macular degeneration, ringing in the ears (tinnitus), dizziness, vertigo, sexual dysfunction, and problems associated with PMS

Organic Ginkgo Leaf

  • Thought to improve memory and help dementia
  • Benefits multiple sclerosis and prescribed for intermittent claudication (painful walking)
  • Flavonoids found in ginkgo biloba may help alleviate retinal problems like macular degeneration, ringing in the ears (tinnitus), dizziness, vertigo, sexual dysfunction, and problems associated with PMS

Icelandic Moss

  • A lichen, which consists of algae and fungus growing together in a mutually helpful relationship
  • Cancer therapy in European folk medicine
  • Tonic; antibiotic, antimicrobial, and anti-parasitic; benefits colds, fevers, bronchitis, the lungs, kidney, bladder, and all types of digestive problems, including irritable bowel syndrome
  • Contains lichen acids (including usnic acid) and polysaccharides (about 50%)
  • Contains lichenin, a glutinous, starchy mucilage which forms a protective barrier around inflamed tissue and benefits mucous membranes of the chest
  • Used since ancient times as a cough remedy and for chest and bronchial ailments; rich in mucilages commonly added to commercial cough remedies
  • Benefits inflammations of the mouth and pharynx and calms dry and paroxysmal coughs, which is particularly helpful in the elderly
  • Benefits poorly healing wounds and reduces the growth of bacteria

Koalin Clay

  • 100% naturally occurring, quarry-mined, and water-washed
  • The mildest of all the clays; non-sensitizing
  • Naturally absorbent but does not draw water from the skin
  • Stimulates circulation to the skin, gently exfoliates, cleanses, and softens skin, and removes oils and impurities

Organic Licorice Root

  • In a recent survey of Western medical herbalist, licorice ranked as the 19th most important herb used in clinical practice
  • Licorice root is one of the most widely used medicinal herbs worldwide, the single most used herb in Chinese medicine, an astonishing number of Chinese herbal formulas (over 5,000) use licorice to sweeten teas and to "harmonize" contrasting herbs. its first documented use dates back to the time of the great Chinese herbal master Zhang Zhong Zhing, about 190 AD, but it was certainly used for many centuries prior to this
  • Used by the Egyptians as a flavoring for a drink called Mai-sus, large quantities were found in the tomb of King Tut, Pliny the Elder recommended it to clear the voice and alleviate thirst and hunger, Dioscides, when traveling with Alexander the Great, recommended that his troops carry and use licorice to help with stamina for long marches, as well as for thirst in areas of drought, In the Middle Ages it was taken to alleviate the negative effects of highly spicy or overcooked food
  • Historically used for many ailments including asthma, athlete's foot, baldness, body odor, bursitis, canker sores, chronic fatigue, dandruff, gout, viral and fungal infections, menopause, shingles, tendinitis, tuberculosis, yeast infections, prostate enlargement, and arthritis
  • Contains many anti-depressant compounds and is an excellent alternative to St. John's Wort
  • Used in toothpaste, mouth care, and mouth wash formulas for gingivitis and tooth decay
  • Benefits weight loss and appears to reduce body fat mass, body weight, body mass index, and LDL cholesterol levels
  • Used traditionally for indigestion, heartburn, reflux (GERD), liver and peptic ulcers, acts as a mild laxative
  • Has a soothing and healing action in the respiratory system, reducing irritation and inflammation, and has an expectorant effect, useful in coughs, asthma, emphysema, and chest infections
  • Traditionally used as a gargle for sore throat, colds, flu, and phlegm
  • Benefits canker sores, pain, itching, swelling, skin redness, eczema, psoriasis, and other skin problems
  • It can also be used for irritation, inflammation and spasm in the digestive tract, through its beneficial action on the liver, it increases bile flow and lowers cholesterol levels
  • May enhance immunity by boosting levels of interferon, a key immune system chemical that fights off attacking viruses
  • Contains antioxidants as well as certain phytoestrogens that can perform some of the functions of the body's natural estrogens, very helpful during the menopause
  • Glycyrrhizinic acid also seems to stop the growth of many bacteria and of viruses such as influenza A
  • It has an aspirin-like action and is helpful in relieving fevers and soothing pain such as headaches
  • Anti-allergenic effect is very useful for hay fever, allergic rhinitis, conjunctivitis and bronchial asthma. Possibly by its action on the adrenal glands, licorice has the ability to improve resistance to stress. It should be thought of during times of both physical and emotional stress, after surgery or during convalescence, or when feeling tired and run down

Organic Lime Peel

  • Promotes younger-looking skin; peels contain melanin production inhibitor that may inhibit age spots
  • Packed with calcium and folate, two nutrients important for women
  • Traditionally used in the treatment of acne, oily skin, warts, herpes, nails, infection, varicose veins, boils, corns, cuts, bites, nosebleeds, obesity, anemia, colds, flu, arthritis, rheumatic diseases, circulation, asthma, throat infections, and bronchitis, and used to boost the immune system
  • Antioxidant and anti-carcinogenic; contains limonoid compounds, said to benefit cancers of the colon, stomach and blood
  • Cleanses; thought to renew the spirit and mind

Mint

  • Used for hundreds of years for its remarkable medicinal properties
  • Refreshing, antiseptic, anti-fungal, antimicrobial, antispasmodic, and astringent
  • Benefits infection, acne, insect bites, nipple cracks and pain that may accompany breastfeeding, congestion of the nose, throat, bronchi, or lungs, asthma, and the common cold
  • Promotes cooling that may relieve irritating sensations the cause scratching, and reduces swelling; helps the inflammation and temperature rise associated with headaches
  • Energizing, natural stimulant thought to promote brain function and memory retention, recharges your batteries, and helps sluggishness, anxiety, depression, exhaustion, and mental alertness
  • Promotes the activation of salivary glands which stimulate digestive enzymes, supports weight loss, and healthy digestion; palate-cleaner; traditionally used to help indigestion, inflammation, nausea, and motion sickness

Mango Seed Butter

  • Has natural emollient properties and high oxidative ability
  • Regenerative and moisturizing; benefits wrinkles, dry skin, fine lines, rashes, peeling skin after tanning, UV radiation, blemishes, small skin wounds, cracks, sunburn, eczema, dermatitis, tough and rough skin, frostbite, stretch marks, poison ivy, poison oak, itchiness, and insect bites
  • Thought to protect against UV radiation
  • Effective shaving cream
  • Benefits muscle fatigue, aches, and tension

Moroccan Clay

  • Healing clays have been used for thousands of years to treat all kinds of health issues, from indigestion to insect bites
  • Comprised mostly of negative ions that work like magnets, bonding to toxins and heavy metals made of positive ions, then aiding elimination from the body
  • Traditionally used in shaving, skin and hair products; benefits scalp, skin pH balance, clean pores, and tones
  • Commonly used as an anti-itch cream and natural deodorant for sensitive skin; benefits bruises, bee stings, bug bites, burns, cuts, and scrapes
  • Historically used in treatment of headache, allergic reactions, fatigue, sinus infection, stomach ache, indigestion, acid reflux, constipation, diarrhea, heartburn, digestive distress, poisoning, and other ailments related to toxin buildup in the body’s organs
  • Used in toothpaste for benefits related to "pulling" and the re-mineralization of teeth

Moroccan Red Clay

  • Mined in the Atlas Mountains of Morocco since the 8th century for beauty and medicine
  • Contains silica, iron, magnesium, potassium, sodium, lithium, trace elements
  • Used as a face mask and poultice; rebalances and regenerates skin by removing dead cells, tightens pores, detoxifies, softens, and improves elasticity and texture
  • Acts as an anti-bacterial, helps treat acne, rheumatoid arthritis, staph, cholera, skin infections, and thyroid and goiter problems, and contributes to strong and lubricated joints

Multani Mitti Clay

  • Healing clays have been used for thousands of years for a myriad of health issues, ranging from indigestion to insect bites
  • Comprised mostly of negative ions that work like magnets, clay bonds to toxins and heavy metals in the body made of positive ions and helps eliminate them from the body
  • Benefits headaches, allergic reactions, fatigue, sinus infection, and other ailments related to toxin buildup in the body’s organs
  • Believed to also benefit stomach ache, acid reflux, constipation, diarrhea, heartburn, digestive distress, illness, poisoning, alkaline, bruises, bee stings, burns, cuts, and scrapes
  • Used traditionally in skin and hair care products; helps balance pH
  • Makes an excellent anti-itch cream, is a natural deodorant for sensitive skin, and detoxes the skin and benefits skin tone
  • Thought to re-mineralize teeth

Oat

  • Soothes, softens, and acts as a natural, deep-penetrating moisturizer, used to maintain skin’s moisture barrier; prevents and protects dry skin
  • Properties known to restore skin’s normal pH
  •  Benefits skin irritations, like itching, includes natural antihistamines

Parsley

  • Promotes collagen production, which is the key to cell reproduction and repair, and benefits pores, age spots, acne, and scars with skin-lightening properties
  • Rich in vitamins and nutrients; benefits the immune system
  • Anti-inflammatory; helps stings and bites, pain, the liver and kidneys, digestion, blood pressure, joint pain, stiff muscles, and tired eyes, and helps flush excess fluid from the body

Pumice Stone

  • A naturally occurring, floating volcanic rock that has been ground into a superfine powder
  • Perfect as an exfoliant for dry, rough skin

Rhassoul Clay

  • Mined from the fertile Atlas Mountains of Morocco for over twelve centuries
  • Rich in magnesium, silica, potassium, and calcium
  • Impressive properties for skin improvement, including high levels of ion exchange and capacity for absorption
  • Rejuvenates, detoxifies, tones, contributes to skin clarity and elasticity; thought to help dryness and redness

Organic Saffron

  • Traded and used for over four millennia, saffron has always been among the world's most costly spices, and is derived from the vivid crimson stigmas, called threads, of the Crocus sativus flower
  • Despite its disease-preventing and health promoting properties, saffron is used mainly as a seasoning and coloring agent is dishes and textiles because of its unique golden-yellow color
  • Good source of minerals like copper, potassium, calcium, manganese, iron, selenium, zinc, and magnesium
  • Rich in many vital vitamins, including vitamin A, folic acid, riboflavin, niacin, and vitamin-C
  • Contains properties known to be antiseptic, anticonvulsant, benefits depression, and digestive problems, like upset stomach
  • Benefits the body's ability to protect against oxidant-induced stress, cancers, and infections, and acts as an immune modulator
  • Iran accounts for 90% of world production of saffron
  • The saffron crocus is "self-incompatible" and male sterile, hence incapable of independent sexual reproduction

Safflower

  • Rich in Vitamin E and Oleic acid
  • Properties include those beneficial to cell membranes, supple skin, wrinkles, acne, scars, immune system, infection, cardiovascular and heart disease, blood pressure, cholesterol, and nervous system disorders
  • Promotes stabilization of sugars and insulin; benefits type 2 diabetes and obesity

Safflower

  • Rich in Vitamin E and Oleic acid
  • Properties include those beneficial to cell membranes, supple skin, wrinkles, acne, scars, immune system, infection, cardiovascular and heart disease, blood pressure, cholesterol, and nervous system disorders
  • Promotes stabilization of sugars and insulin; benefits type 2 diabetes and obesity

Ground Sage Leaf

  • Anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, antiseptic, and antifungal
  • Benefits acne, oily skin and hair, fine lines, cellulite, aches, pains, staph, strep, pseudomonas, candida, and herpes
  • Nerve and adrenal stimulant; may increase circulation
  • Insecticidal

Seaweed

  • Rich in vitamins, proteins, minerals, and fatty acids that moisturize, soothe, and smooth skin
  • Properties known to benefit skin elasticity, acne, inflammation, impurities, toxins, and cellulite
  • Rich in iodine; benefits iodine deficiency and hair growth

Organic Whole Sesame Seed

  • One of the oldest oilseed crops known, domesticated well over 3000-3500 years ago, records from Babylon and Assyria, dating 4000 years ago mention sesame
  • Egyptians called sesame sesemt, and it is included in the list of medicinal drugs in the scrolls of the Ebers Papyrus dated over 3600 years old
  • One of the highest oil contents of any seed, with a rich, nutty flavor, it is a common ingredient in cuisines across the world
  • Used in traditional medicines for their nutritive, preventive, and curative properties
  • An important source of phyto-nutrients such as omega-6 fatty acids, flavonoid phenolic anti-oxidants, vitamins, and dietary fiber with potential anti-cancer and health promoting properties
  • Rich in calories, an excellent source of essential nutrients, high in protein, dietary fiber, and total fat, particularly rich in B vitamins and the dietary minerals manganese, magnesium, calcium, iron, and zinc

Unrefined Organic Shea Nut Butter

  • Unique fatty acid profile coupled with butter’s high level of non-saponifiables make it a highly effective emollient
  • Protects against UV aggressions, moisturizes and heals, promotes skin elasticity, acts as a decongestant, and helps treat scarring, wrinkles, stretch marks, chapped or irritated skin, inflammation, sprains, and arthritis
  • Promotes cell regeneration and capillary circulation

Organic Powder of Tomato

  • Contains lycopene, phytoene, and phytofluene, low in sodium, and very low in saturated fat and cholesterol. It is also a good source of Vitamin K, thiamin, riboflavin, niacin, pantothenic acid, magnesium and potassium, and a very good source of Dietary Fiber, Vitamin A, Vitamin C, Vitamin E (alpha tocopherol), copper and manganese
  • Contains Vitamin C and collagen, essential components of healthy skin, hair, nails and connective tissue
  • Benefits reliant on vitamin C, a  deficiency that leads to scurvy. Vitamin C is an antioxidant, a low intake is associated with increased damage from sunlight, pollution and smoke, leading to wrinkles, sagging skin, blemishes and other adverse health effects
  • Research suggests a correlation between tomato consumption and reduced prostrate cancers
  • Folic Acid benefits healthy pregnancy, depression, eye health, constipation
  • Benefits blood sugar and insulin levels, heart health, and blood pressure

Tumeric

  • Long used as a powerful anti-inflammatory in both Chinese and Indian medicine
  • Benefits jaundice, toothache, bruising, colic, menstrual discomfort and inflammation

Wildcrafted Vanilla Absolute and Ground Whole Vanilla Bean

  • Widely used in the cosmetic industry for scent and anti-aging benefits
  • Rich in minerals, vitamins, niacin, thiamin, B6, antioxidants, and pantothenic acid, which play important roles in healthy skin and overall health
  • Helps prevent and reverse skin damage caused by free radicals, environmental pollutants, and toxins; reduces fine lines, wrinkles, and age spots and aids the healing of wounds
  • Antibacterial; helps acne, soothes burns, cuts, and wounds
  • Replete with cancer-fighting antioxidant properties
  • Used in many hair products because of its many hair-healthy nutrients; helps make hair silky, shiny, and smooth and promotes hair growth
  • Aphrodisiac; benefits impotence, sterility, anxiety, and depression
  • Warming, soothing, and calming; said to activate the 1st chakra, which illuminates feelings of safety, security, and sense of belonging
  • Aids weight loss, nausea, and digestive disorders as well as coughs, sore throats, headache, and fever

Organic Black Walnut Hull

  • Great source of beta-carotene, acids, calcium, iron, magnesium, manganese, phosphorus, potassium, selenium, silicon, zinc, B-vitamins, vitamin C, and high concentrations of chemicals called tannins, which can reduce pain and swelling and dries body fluids such as mucous
  • Benefits acne, herpes, cold sores, athlete’s foot, candida, sexually transmitted infections, malaria, parasites and other infections including diphtheria, syphilis and leukemia
  • Antifungal, antiseptic, laxative
  • Commonly used as a gargle, for intestinal problems, and for snakebites, open wounds, ulcers and scurvy
  • Traditionally used as a hair dye

Tumeric

  • Long used as a powerful anti-inflammatory in both Chinese and Indian medicine
  • Benefits jaundice, toothache, bruising, colic, menstrual discomfort and inflammation