Light moisturizing bath bombs have light oils in them like grape seed oil, fractionated coconut oil, apricot kernel oil, rice bran oil and sweet almond oil.
Hydrating bath bombs use heavier oils and butters like cocoa butter, shea butter, avocado butter, kokum butter and mango butter.
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Extracted from the ginseng root, our liquid ginseng is some of the very best available. The reason is because we source our ginseng from a family farm in the Midwest. Due to the sandy soil and central Wisconsin's temperate climate the ginseng harvested at this farm has significantly higher amounts of ginsenosides than ginseng found in most other parts of the world.
Ginsenosides are the compounds responsible for giving ginseng its beneficial attributes. Ginseng possesses nootropic and adaptogenic properties, which is a fancy way of saying that it may improve brain function and help the body respond to stress. Scientific studies have shown that ginseng has many potential health benefits such as improved immune response to colds and flu, reduced inflammation of joints and organs, lower blood sugar, and increased energy and decreased fatigue.
Though the FDA does not classify ginseng as a medicine, and as such no specific medical claims may be made regarding its efficacy, people have been taking ginseng as a supplement for thousands of years. Most people associate ginseng with Asia. But in fact because our ginseng is such high quality, many Chinese import their ginseng from the same farm from which we source ours where the ginseng extract is handcrafted on a weekly basis!
If you've ever considered taking ginseng as a supplement, you're in the right place. Our ginseng is some of the best that is available anywhere.
Directions: Add 1.5 ml (included dropper has graduation (measurement) markings) to your favorite beverage (tea, shakes, etc.) up to 3x per day.
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