• A GUIDE TO COCOA BUTTER

    Most commonly identified as the ingredient that gives chocolate its substance, consistency, and melting property, Cocoa Butter is a rich natural fat derived from the cacao beans contained inside the

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  • Rejuvenate with Mango Butter

    Considered to be India’s “King of Fruits,” the Mangifera indica botanical – better known as the Mango Tree – yields a fruit containing the source of the emollient known as Mango Butter.

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  • Skin Health: Benefits of Black Cumin Seed Oil

    Black Cumin Seed Carrier Oil is derived from the seeds of the Nigella sativa botanical, better known as the Fennel Flower. It is also commonly known by various other names, including Black

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  • ‘The Elixir of Youth’ Marula Oil

    HISTORY OF MARULA OIL USAGE Marula Oil is derived from the nuts of the Sclerocarya birrea botanical – better known as the Marula Tree – which is a member of the same

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  • Neem Oil: All About Neem Carrier Oil

    HISTORY OF NEEM OIL The name “Neem” has its roots in the Sanskrit word “Nimba,” meaning “bestower of good health.” It has also been called “Ravisambha,” meaning “sunray-like effects in

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  • All the Plants in the Garden Love Roman Chamomile!

    It has such a nurturing, caring reputation. It’s good at protecting its fellow plants, and some gardeners like to place it near struggling or sick plants so it can support

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  • Benefits and Uses of Shea Butter

    All About Shea Butter… The Shea tree has been nicknamed “Tree of Life,” a moniker earned by virtue of its ability to address numerous skin, hair, and health conditions. “Mother

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  • Benefits and Uses of Body Butters

    All About Butters Natural cosmetic butters are derived from the extracts of natural sources such as seeds/kernels, beans, and nuts. Butters are thicker than creams and lotions because they do not

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  • ‘Beauty and the Bees’

    That syrupy stuff is not just for sweetening your favorite herbal tea. Find out how ingredients made by bees can help boost your beauty routine. An Apiary is a place

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  • Benefits of Carrot Seed Oil

    IN ESSENCE… Carrot Seed Essential Oil is steam distilled from the dried seeds of the Daucus carota botanical. This oil should not be confused with Carrot Carrier Oil or Carrot Seed Carrier Oil.

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HOW MASSAGE CAN RELIEVE PAIN

Pain that afflicts the body not only affects the individual physically but also can cause distractingly unbearable discomfort mentally and emotionally. Those experiencing chronic pain might find that it interferes with everyday activities and events, whether social or professional, and it can take a toll on psychological welfare as well as the general quality of life. Over time, the widespread

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A GUIDE TO COCOA BUTTER

Most commonly identified as the ingredient that gives chocolate its substance, consistency, and melting property, Cocoa Butter is a rich natural fat derived from the cacao beans contained inside the pods of the Cacao Tree. This botanical is also recognized as the Cacao Tree and the Chocolate Tree, the latter name being derived from the Mayan term “Xocolatl” – their

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Rejuvenate with Mango Butter

Considered to be India’s “King of Fruits,” the Mangifera indica botanical – better known as the Mango Tree – yields a fruit containing the source of the emollient known as Mango Butter. Other names by which it is called include Mango Kernel Fat and Mango Oil. “Manna,” the Malayalam word for the fruit, was adopted as “Manga” by the Portuguese, who traveled

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Skin Health: Benefits of Black Cumin Seed Oil

Black Cumin Seed Carrier Oil is derived from the seeds of the Nigella sativa botanical, better known as the Fennel Flower. It is also commonly known by various other names, including Black Oil, Baraka, Fitch Oil, Kalajira Oil, Kalonji Oil, and Love in a Mist, to name only a few. For more than 3000 years, Cumin seeds and the oil that they yield have

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Nutrition Recommendations for Babies and Children…

For Birth through the First Year Definitions DRIs = Dietary Reference Intakes. Different nutrients include RDAs, AIs, and ULs. RDA = Recommended Dietary Allowance. The average daily level that most healthy people need to prevent a deficiency. RDAs vary by age and gender. AIs = Adequate Intakes. Used when there is not enough information to develop an RDA. A “best

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