Moringa Oil

Moringa, a “miracle tree,” offers numerous benefits, including reducing premature aging, managing diabetes, and preventing heart disease through its oil.


Reduces premature aging, moisturize skin, hair, treat infections, reduces inflammation, manage diabetes, lower heart disease risk, and protect against certain cancers.

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Black Seed Oil

Black Seed oil contains antioxidants, offering potential health benefits.


Treatments include asthma, skin conditions, lowering blood sugar, cholesterol, weight loss, and brain health protection.

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Chondrus Crispus Wildcrafted Seamoss

Our Chondrus Crispus Wildcrafted Seamoss is harvested naturally from the beautiful waters of the Gulf of Guinea in Ghana, where it’s grown abundantly on the coastlines, which is in the Atlantic Ocean. Our Chondrus Crispus Wildcrafted Seamoss is dried directly in the natural sun light to ensure it keep the purest values and to maintain all the vitamins attributes for your wellness, good health, strength and great quality for our customers daily consumption. Chondrus Crispus is also known as (Irish Moss). This Seamoss variety carries the same amazing health benefits found in Seamoss all over the world. Chondrus Crispus (Irish Moss) plays a different role in the body which boosts your immune system, digestion, thyroid and aids in managing your weight. The purple is high in antioxidants which combats free radicals in your body. Gold/yellow is high in phytonutrients which plays a role in your body cellular communication. With this knowledge in hand about the verses body benefits from the colour variety, now you can try out both to see which one works well for your body overall wellness, good health, strength and great quality for your daily consumption.

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Pure Shea Butter “Grade A” is only used for cooking.

Daily used beauty products that contain Shea Butter are not considered “edible for daily human consumption”, as it is broken down further to enable other products to be incorporated easily..

Is Shea Butter safe for daily Ingestion ?

Only the pure Grade “A” Shea Butter is safe for daily human consumption. Shea Butter is safe to consumer in per positions typically used in preparing meals.

FDA hasn’t identified enough trustworthy data to support claims that ingesting shea butter is safe to use as medicine.

Can I fry food with Shea Butter ?

Shea butter is a great alternative option for frying all types of food. Grade “A” is unrefined 100% Shea Butter. This natural butter can be used in vegan, gluten-free, lactose intolerant, diabetes recipe’s and meal planning. It’s very nutritious and can be used as a healthy substitute to many other cooking oils or lards. When using, you should heat your Shea Butter on medium-heat before cooking your food.


What happens if you put Shea Butter in the microwave ?

You could immediately lose some of the valuable nutrients within the butter. This is due to the radiation element used within the microwave to heat the butter. It’s best to heat using your stove.

If your cooking utensil with the butter starts to smoke due to you having it on a high heat, calmly remove the utensil from the burner and cover it with a tight lid. Due to the pureness of this butter, very little heat is needed for it to melt.

Can I use Shea Butter in my daily baking routine ?

Shea Butter can be used as a replacement butter but requires slight melting to be incorporated into baking products, as it doesn’t work like regular butter.

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What is Neem used for?

What is Neem used for?

All parts of the neem tree- leaves, flowers, seeds, fruits, roots and bark have been used traditionally for the treatment of inflammation, infections, fever, skin diseases and dental disorders. The medicinal utilities have been described especially for neem leaf.

·  Natural remedies for toothache

Natural remedies for dandruff

What are the 11 benefits of Neem?

There are numerous benefits and uses of neem leaves as follows:

  • Treats Acne. Neem has an anti-inflammatory property which helps reduces acne. …
  • Nourishes Skin. …
  • Treats Fungal Infections. …
  • Useful in Detoxification. …
  • Increases Immunity. …
  • Insect & Mosquito Repellent. …
  • Prevents Gastrointestinal Diseases. …
  • Treats Wounds.
  • Reduces Dandruff
  • Reduces Joint Pain
  • Exfoliates skin

What happens if you drink neem everyday?

When taken by mouth: Neem bark extract is possibly safe for most adults when used short-term. Doses of up to 60 mg daily for up to 10 weeks have been used safely. Neem is possibly unsafe when taken by mouth in large doses or for long periods of time. It might harm the kidneys and liver.

There are numerous benefits and uses of neem leaves as follows:

  1. Treats Acne

Neem has an anti-inflammatory property which helps reduces acne. Azadirachta Indica also helps reduce skin blemishes.

  • Nourishes Skin

Neem is a rich source of Vitamin E which help repair damaged skin cells.

  • Treats Fungal Infections

Neem has scientifically proven antifungal property which helps treat fungal infections.

  • Useful in Detoxification

Neem can prove useful in detoxification both internally and externally. Consumption of neem leaves or powder stimulates kidneys and liver increasing the metabolism and eliminating the toxins out of the body. Externally, neem scrubs or paste can be used to remove germs, bacteria, dirt, etc from your skin preventing rashes and skin diseases.

  • Increases Immunity

Neem is known for its antimicrobial and antibacterial effects. These properties play a huge role in boosting immunity.

  • Insect & Mosquito Repellent

You can burn a few neem leaves to ward off the insects. This is also effective against different types of mosquitoes . From all the home remedies for malaria , neem is the best for treating the early symptoms of malaria.

  • Prevents Gastrointestinal Diseases

Neem’s anti-inflammatory properties help reduce inflammation of the gastrointestinal tract which helps reduce a series of diseases like constipation, stomach ulcer, flatulence, etc. Try out these home remedies for constipation.

  • Treats Wounds

Neem leaves have an antiseptic property which is why it is used to heal wounds.

  • Reduces Dandruff

Neem is extensively used in shampoos and conditioners. Azadirachta Indica has antifungal and antibacterial properties which help eliminate dandruff and strengths your hair.

  1. Reduces Joint Pain

Application of neem oil or extract on the affected area can help reduce pain and discomfort. Hence it is widely used for treating arthritis.

  1. Exfoliates skin

Neem is an excellent exfoliant. It helps remove dead cells from the surface of the skin which will help prevent the growth of blemishes.

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Tiger Nuts

This nut originated from Africa (Ghana, Nigeria), Egypt, and Spain

 Tiger nuts have been around for centuries, with origins dating back to Neolithic Egypt where they were used as food and medicine. Tiger nuts come in three main varieties brown, black and yellow. The Spanish have been using tiger nuts to make their traditional creamy beverage, horchata since 18th century. Tiger nuts is highly appreciated for their health benefits and nutritive value, much better and safer than Viagra, nourishes the brain, keeps you hard and smart, now you can use both heads.

Tiger nut is also known by various names as chufa (in Spanish), earth nut, yellow nut sedge, groundnut, rash nut and edible galingale (Oderinde and Tairu.) In Nigeria tiger nut is called Aki Awusa in Igo, Ofio in Yoruba and Aya in Hausa.

Tiger nuts are not nuts, they are small root vegetables which comprised 80%  of our Paleo ancestors’ diet around 2 million years ago. This ancient superfood originates from Africa.

Tiger nuts are not nuts, but tubers.

Ancient Egyptians used tiger nuts for food and medicine.

A performance-enhancing food for the nervous systems. Excellent gluten-free source of energy for school and exercise. Regulates blood sugar to treat diabetes, reduce cholesterol, reduce plaque. Tiger nuts may promote healthy digestion in various ways. For starters, they’re high in insoluble fiber, which passes through your gut without being digested. Insoluble fiber add bulk to your stools and helps food move through your gut easily, reducing the likelihood of constipation.

Tiger nuts have a downside to it. People with digestive issues such as IBS or sensitivities to high-fiber foods might experience some gas, bloating, cramping or diarrhea if you eat too many tiger nuts. Tiger nuts is good for the liver due to the esculentus oil within the tiger nut, this help restored the liver integrity to almost normal.

Tiger nuts have a history of being used to cure low male/female libido. They’re used as aphrodisiacs in Ayurvedic medicine. In addition men in Africa have used tiger nuts for generations to treat erectile dysfunction, increase sperm count and boost libido.

 Women beauty benefits are the richness in its magnesium, tiger nuts is good for women suffering from hair loss. Magnesium also helps with prevention of menstrual problems and maintaining the body pH stable to avoid the appearance of dermatitis or fungal infections. There is wide spread believe and some forms of evidence that the consumption of tiger nuts by nursing mothers can actually boost the production of breast milk which can help in feeding their babies.

Tiger Nuts

Contains: protein, carbohydrates, essential iron, phosphorus with calcium (promotes intellectual performance), potassium (strengthens the heart and nervous system), magnesium (build strong muscles and bones), high quality essentials fats (Omega 3- the anti-aging vitamin and cell regenerator)

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