Cannabidiol rich hemp extract oil / paste Shea Butter

 

Almond Oil
Coconut Oil
Beeswax
Calendula Oil
Cocoa Butter
Coffee Bean Extract
Jojoba Oil
Karite Butter / Shea Butter
Mango Butter
Lavender Extract
Vanilla Bean Extract


Cocoa Butter - Theobroma oil


Cocoa beans are native to parts of Central and South America
and have been harvested to make natural skin moisturizers
in places like Mesoamerica and the Caribbean for centuries.
Our Cacoa Butter originates from Ghana, who produces most
of the worlds chocolate supply. The Mayan and Aztec civilizations claimed the Cocoa was the food of the gods.


Cocoa Butter contains – high concentration of anti-oxidant compounds, oleic acid, palmitic acid, myristic, lauric and stearic acid.

We consume cocoa butter when ever we eat chocolate, its great
for improving your immunity as well as all of the benefits
mentioned below.


Strengthen your skin-nourishing

Dry, sensitive skin

Anti-aging

Reduce the appearance of scars on the skin

Reduce inflammation & irritation of Psoriasis & Exzema

Combats dry and sensitive skin

Heals chapped lips

Soothes burns, rashes and infections

Helps treat lip sores

Prevents stretch marks during pregnancy

Sun burn soother

Makes your lips soft and plump

Mouth sores

Eczema

Psoriasis


Shea Butter – The Karite Tree - Vitellaria paradoxa
The Tre
e
 of Life


Shea butter is extracted from the seed of the Karite / Shea Tree which grows in Western Africa from Senegal to Sudan and Ethiopia. The cream is extracted without the use of chemicals. Shea Butter is prepared by cold pressing the nut.

Shea butter is a miracle ingredient to add to balm and moisturizers, and it is pure enough to EAT


Shea butter contains


Essential Fatty Acids – Saturated (arachidic, plamitic and stearic acid), Unsaturated ( Omega-6 linoleic acid and Omeg-9 oleic acid.

Vitamin A – which is important for improving many skin conditions: Blemishes, wrinkles, exzema, dermatitis, skin allergies, insect bites, sunburn, frost bite, muscle fatigue, aches & tension, stretch mark prevention during pregnancy, anti-inflammatory and collagen production and also offers UV protection

The moisturizers in Shea Butter are the same natural moisturizers your skins sebaceous glands produce.

Vitamin E – Anti-aging, anti-free radical agent and increasing the micro circulation.

Shea Butter is natural, gentle and soft and can be used on any skin type


Links:

A study done by the American Journal of Life Sciences: Shea butter boosts collagen production http://article.sciencepublishinggroup.com/pdf/10.11648.j.ajls.20140205.18.pdf


The National Center for Biotechnology Informationpublished a study indicating that shea nuts and shea fat (shea butter) constitute a significant source of anti-inflammatory and anti-tumor promoting compounds.

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/20484832



Did you know: The Food and Drug Administration includes Shea nut oil on its list of direct food substances affirmed at Generally Recognized as Safe(GRAS).

Shea butter is also found in confectionary and chocolates as a substitute for cacoa butter.

When combined with Palm Oil it serves as an edible in many households in Africa

Some believe She was used by the Gods Cleopatra and Sheba.


Anti-inflammatory – shea contains Cinnamic acid which also occurs in cinnamon

Dry skin-nourishing

Skin Rash

Skin Peeling after sunburn

Blemishes and Wrinkles

Itching skin-nourishingSunburn

shaving cream for a silky shave

small skin wounds

Tough or rough skin(like on your feet)

Cold weather

Frost bite

treatch mark – prevention during pregnancy

Insect Bites

Allergic reactions - poison ivy

Muscle fatigue, aches and tension

Eczema

Dermatitis

Anti-aging

Reduces scarring and stretch marks

Home made sunscreen SPF 6

Pain relief in joints

Clear nasal congestion