Bitter apricot kernels contain amygdalin (not a vitamin, it's a cyanogenic glycoside), which is treating cancer. Supposedly it kills harmed cancer cells and leaving healthy cells untouched.
Recommended daily usage: 1-4 kernel. Follow your health and body particularity.
NB! Use at your own risk. Avoid exceeding daily dosage. Cyanide can cause nausea, headache, and other health issues. Any side effects stop using immediately and always consult with your doctor. Prohibited for kids.
Products that we offer are pure and natural, free from animal testing, and without preservatives or synthetic ingredients. They are meant for people who are aware, who take care of themselves, and who love nature. It's for you if you are searching for a healing effect, not just beauty product.
My biggest wish is that people would eradicate the problem on the root level rather than only get short-term relief of the symptoms.
These are the principles we follow in our products!
In all salves, I use as much as possible local and organic materials. The spruce resin I collect from the forest without harming the tree, using only what I get from the bark or left on the trunk. Other plants and roots are from local small home farm gardens or forests where they grow naturally outside. Shea butter is made by local village ladies in Ghana,
whose handwork is paid fairly through Mondo humanitarian aid non-profit
organization (factory free).
The packaging is plastic-free and easily reusable, with a refill option: bring the package back cleaned and get a refill.
and balms are in general very similar and made without water. The main difference is that balms tend to be of a thicker, harder consistency
(higher ratio of beeswax compared to salves), cause they retain
their shape once hardened. Having more wax would make them more
protective, forming more of a barrier on the skin, and works well
on sore muscles.
We have currently 2 products in our selection and both with natural ingredients. Solid balm for dry skin, I make myself but Silver Clove is coming from Bali, which little family factory I visited at beginning of 2018. They have few machines helping with production, still, a lot is handwork.