Frequently Asked Questions

Shea Butter

The best Shea butter comes from Western Africa, specifically from countries like Ghana, Nigeria, and Burkina Faso. These countries have been producing Shea butter for centuries and have perfected the process.

Shea butter is a great alternative option for frying all types of foods. Grade “A” only is unrefined 100% Shea butter,

Only the pure Grade “A” Shea butter is safe for daily human consumption. Shea butter is safe when taken by mouth in amounts commonly found in cooking your foods. There isn’t enough reliable information to know if taking Shea butter by mouth in larger amounts as medicine is safe.


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.


Yes. Shea butter can be used as a replacement butter where you’ll normally use regular dairy butter. However, you’ll need to slightly melt it to incorporate it into your baking products. As simply leaving it out on the kitchen counter will not work like regular butter does.

Yes it does. However, this “nutty aromatic” flavour and taste enrich your food or baking to a greater extend but more enhance it with more natural nutritional value. It’s simply you and your family getting accustomed to it’s “nutty aromatic” taste which isn’t bad at all.




  • linoleic, palmitic and stearic fatty acids all ingredients that helps balance oils on your skin

  • vitamins A, D, E, K and F, antioxidant vitamins that promote circulation and healthy skin cell growth

  • triglycerides, the fatty part of the shea nut that nourishes and conditions your skin

  • cetyl esters, the waxy part of the shea nut butter that conditions skin and locks in moisture

It is thought that an allergy to shea butter may be rare or even nonexistent because of the small amount of protein in the shea nut.

One 2011 study compared shea butter to other nut butters and found only trace protein bands in shea butter extracts. Without these protein bands, IgE has nothing to bind to and cannot cause an allergic reaction.

It takes approximately 20 years for a tree to bear fruit and produce nuts, maturing on average at 45 years. Most trees will continue to produce nuts for up to 200 years after reaching maturity.


Only eight African countries produce high quantities of Shea nuts; they are in order Burkina Faso, Mali, Ghana, Nigeria, Côte d’Ivoire, Benin, Togo and Guinea. 

The nuts of shea tree is collected and processed by crushing and grinding by hand or a machine to yield shea butter.

Reports of its usage goes back as far as the 14th century.

Shea butter has long been recognized for its emollient and healing properties, ideal for soothing skin in the dry climate of the region. 

The best ways I shared it with my family and friends was to incorporate it, into easier items like rice, stir-fry, sauces, soups, baking or stock. I found their didn’t taste much of a difference just a flavour improvement.

Where you’ll put for example, a trans fat product butter or shortening. Use 1/2 trans fat and 1/2 Shea butter to the amount need for your desired dishes or recipes.

As time pasts you can increase the portion of the Shea butter to eventually only using that or more Shea butter less trans fat.

It’s because around the world most companies have mainly educated us on Shea butter “only” usage is within a variety of skin and cosmetic products, such as: moisturizers, shampoos, conditioners, soaps to name a few and this is solely due to its ability’s for excellent moisturizing and anti-inflammatory properties from the Shea nut.

Hence why it’s not “promoted for cooking” in North America and other parts of the world today.

Shea butter have been used for “cooking” for centuries in many countries, especially today in most African nations as a healthier, sustainable oil due to the natural healing properties within the Shea nut.

The only Shea butter that is for “human consumption is – Grade A” which is the purest stage of the butter when it’s first produce from the nut.



Many ancient cultures, including ancient Egypt under Cleopatra’s rule mention shea butter as a valuable commodity. Shea butter was often used for cooking, protecting they skin and hair from the unrelenting sun, and was used to treat arthritis and joint pain in traditional tribal medicine.

A traditional African usage for shea butter is to prepare fried foods, etc. Shea butter can be used as a healthy vegan substitute in recipes that call for butter, margarine or lard. It is also used as an additive in production of chocolates and pastries around the world today. 

Sea Moss

It helps to boost your metabolism, energy level which may assist in losing weight and reduce belly fat.

It may or could cause fever, nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea, as well as a burning sensation in the mouth, throat, and stomach. Additionally, seaweeds such as sea moss may accumulate toxic metals like arsenic, mercury, and lead if you are consuming it excessively in large quantities — a potential overall health risk to your well-being.

Medical help should be seek immediately for any of the listed or unlisted side effects mentions.

Yes, first you’ll see a boost in your immunity, rebuild muscle faster after workout, restore gut health, superfood, help detoxify your body, reduce the risk of disease, promote healthier skin.


Yes. Once you have made it or purchase it as a gel, you are now able to utilize it in almost any way possible within the kitchen or outside. Here are some ideas you can explore with it easily for example: smoothies, gravy, soups, stock, baking, porridge, daily skin regiment and much more.

Yes. We will consider you a wholesale customer with a minimum purchase of 5lbs in either selections of our Sea Moss products. Should you need more information, simply go to our contact us on the web page.

Purple is high in Antioxidants which combat free radicals in your body.

Gold is high in Phytonutrients which plays a role in intercellular communication.

  • May support thyroid health. Sea moss are rich in iodine, a micronutrient necessary for healthy thyroid function.

    Sea moss are rich in iodine, a micronutrient necessary for healthy thyroid function.

  • May support immunity. One study in salmon found that supplemental sea moss improved immune modulation and immune response. 

  • May improve gut health. Sea moss are a good source of live bacteria and fiber, which both support a overall health.

  • May help support weight loss. Sea moss and microalgae are rich in fiber that can help you feel full and prevent overeating. 

  • May promote heart health. Some studies have found that sea moss reduces LDL (bad) cholesterol and acts as a blood thinner, which may help reduce the risk of heart disease.

  • May improve blood sugar management. One study found that the compound fucoxanthin in sea moss reduced high blood sugar. Another study found that a compound in sea moss called alginate prevented blood sugar spike.

  • May anecdotal benefits for fertility. There’s no scientific evidence that sea moss specifically promotes fertility in men or women. However, some people use it as a traditional fertility treatment

Our Gold & Purple 100% Wildcrafted sea-moss is harvested from the beautiful blue ocean of the Caribbean islands of St. Vincent and The Grenadines. St. Vincent and the Grenadines is a southern Caribbean nation comprising a main island, St. Vincent with a chain of smaller islands, which is refereed to as The Grenadines. The island is famous for yacht-filled harbours, chic private isle and volcanic landscapes, it’s also know for its major sailing destinations, great tasting creole cooking, spices and much more.

Our Chondrus Crispus 100% Wildcrafted sea-moss is harvested from Cape Coast. Which is the capital of the Central Region, in southern Ghana. It’s known for its role in the transatlantic slave trade. Overlooking the Gulf of Guinea, Cape Coast Castle is a large whitewashed fort built by the Swedish in the 17th century. It was later used by the British as a holding prison for slaves. Inside, the Castle Museum has exhibits on pre-colonial local history, the slave trade and traditional crafts.

Most individuals are iodine deficient, but when they start consuming Sea Moss they will notice a difference in energy, physical and mental health within a few days. On average, it takes around three to six weeks for noticeable changes. But this change would vary from individuals to individual, fact to keep in mind will be age, size, gender, overall health and fitness.

Currently persons with thyroid conditions, this is due to its high iodine levels.


Improving reproductive health and functioning

Seeking relief from a range of aliments

Mostly for it’s nutritional values

Improving general health

Stronger libido

Losing weight





Yes. Nutritionally, sea moss is low in calories and sugar, and contains a small amount of protein.

Our human body is composed of 102 minerals and nutrients. Sea Moss ( Irish Moss) contains 92 of these minerals including; magnesium, potassium, iodine, sulfur, calcium, selenium, fiber, copper, phosphorus, zinc, riboflavin and manganese.  These minerals supply energy to the body, regulate digestion and detoxify the body daily.

Tiger Nut

Tiger Nuts grow from Cyperus esculentus, an herbaceous evergreen from the sedge family. A relative of papyrus C. esculentus is considered a weed in some parts of the world but an important food crop in many others. One plant can produce up to 2500 tubers or Tiger Nuts each.

Tiger Nuts are rich in starch, fat, sugar and protein. They are also high in vitamins E and C, as well as phosphorus and potassium. They are 20-36% oil; this oil is 18% saturated fat and 82% unsaturated fat, similar to the fat composition of olives.

Tiger Nuts are one of the oldest cultivated crops. 9,000-year-old prehistoric tools with traces of C. esculentus have been recovered suggesting this to be true. It is believed that they were an important energy source for prehistoric people.

In China, as well as Africa and in Ayurvedic medicine, Tiger Nuts are used to treat a wide variety of ailments.

In Spain, horchata de chufa, a drink made of Tiger Nuts, is still used as a treatment for diarrhea. Tiger Nuts also boast a high level of antioxidants. It has been suggested that Paranthropus boisei, or the prehistoric “Nutcracker Man”, lived on Tiger Nuts.

The tubers have been found in 6,000 year old Egyptian tombs and were an important crop for ancient Egyptians both as a food and as a medicine. Egyptians used them to make beer and sweets, were eaten roasted, and were used in many ways such as fumigations, ointments, and enemas.

Tiger nuts contain a good amount of Vitamin C – a vitamin that helps your immune system function better and wards off viral and bacterial illnesses. They also contain potassium, another mineral that enables your body to ward off disease. There are antibacterial properties in tiger nuts, also, which can actually help your body fight off “invaders.” In addition to Vitamin C, tiger nuts also contain a large portion of your recommended vitamin E allowance. Vitamin E and oleic acid found in tiger nuts are especially beneficial to a functioning immune system, and can even help those with compromised immune systems stay healthy.

Yes. In most African nations women there sees excellent result with pregnancy and breast-feeding babies after birth. This is due to the nutritional properties within the Tiger nut. Which is the essential 7 major groups of nutrients needed for functions within our human body. 

Here are the body 7 major nutrients groups: Carbohydrates, Proteins, Fats, Vitamins, Minerals, Dietary fibre and Water.

Although they have a nutty taste, tiger nuts have more carbohydrates and less protein than most actual nuts. Also, they are not low-sugar or low-fat food. People who are watching their carb, sugar or fat intake should be very mindful of the fact that tiger nuts contain a fair amount of all three mention above. 

Tiger nuts are healthy for people with diabetes as they contain lots of healthy compounds that may help reduce blood sugar levels. It may help protect against stroke and other heart conditions.

If your not able to enjoy the raw Tiger nut, you can consider milking it (will last 2 weeks in fridge in a mason jar)  for enjoyable consumption, then adding the blend nut to your baking or cooking recipes for it high fibre content. 

You can put Tiger nut milk into the freezer for longer shelf including the blended nut fibre.

The overall cholesterol is reduced and cardiovascular diseases are prevented as these tuber (Tiger nut) contain beneficial fats like oleic and linoleic fatty acids. It also prevents overeating and snacking and may aid weight loss efforts as its high fibre content despite having a moderate amount of calories can keep you full longer.

Tiger – overall reduce cholesterol, prevent cardiovascular diseases, also contain lots of healthy compounds that help reduce blood sugar levels.

Peanut – a legume often grouped with nuts – are seemingly low in carbohydrate but can also raise your blood sugar more than you’d expect.


Although they have a nutty taste, tiger nuts have more carbohydrates and less protein than most actual nuts.

Tiger nuts is a all round great choice, nuts and seeds are good sources of vitamin E. Vitamin E is a very important vitamin needed by your brain to stave off declining cognitive functions daily.

No. You should only sweetener Tiger nut milk when your about to enjoy it. 

No. But my first choice would be honey or maple syrup as the sweetener of choice. However, you can pick your own sweetener by we encourage you not use refined white sugar.


The neem tree is popular for it’s medicinal values, as each part of the tree is use.

The medicinal utilities have been described especially for Neem leaf. Neem leaf and it’s constituents have been demonstrated to exhibit immunomodulatory, anti-inflammatory, anti-hyperglycemic, anti-ulcer, anti-malarial, anti-fungal, anti-bacterial, anti-viral, anti-oxidant, anti-mutagenic and anti-carcinogenic properties.

It grows best in warm temperatures. The tree can become very tall, very fast. It bears a yellow coloured fruits with a single seed.

Neem contains chemicals that might help reduce blood sugar level, heal ulcers in the digestive tract, prevent pregnancy, kill bacteria and prevent plaque from forming in the mouth. 

Eating neem leaves can help your immune system self-regulate itself and being rich in ethanol, it can boost the anti-bacterial activity against external pathogens.

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