Very fruity and sweet from a variety of wild flowers from wilderness in Spain. Bee Pollen is said to be nature's most complete food. Bee pollen is a potent source of energy.Experts consider the Spanish Bee Pollen as the best of world. The bees are not fed sugar or antibiotics. Unheated. More info
Certified Organic from Peru. Shipped and stored in vacuum packaging and kept cool to preserve freshness. In addition to the nutrient-dense properties found in all nuts, brazil nuts are also rich in selenium, a powerful antioxidant. Keep cool. From huge wild trees in the Amazonian forests of Peru. Unpasteurized.
The small red Camu berry is respected worldwide as “nature’s vitamin pill.” Containing a higher naturally occurring vitamin C content than any other food on the planet, Camu has long been used for its nutritional and medicinal attributes. Grown organically in Peru, freeze-dried to protect the nutrient potential of this extraordinary berry. 200 veg caps/735mg, More Info
Truly raw. We have taken special care not to heat it while grinding to a fine powder. From wild trees. Spain. This may be the only unheated carob available in North America. Carob is a mineral rich food that has a calming effect. Carob is high in fiber and rich in polyphenols that have strong antiviral and antiseptic properties, making it effective when given to treat bacterial-induced diarrhea. Carob is a wonderful substitute for cocoa because it contains fewer calories, is naturally sweet, and, unlike cocoa or sweet chocolate, is caffeine-free and non addictive and has no theobromine or oxalic acid. It's also low in fat and sodium, calcium-rich and a good source of potassium, while, unlike cacao and chocolate, it does not interfere with the body's ability to assimilate calcium. Certified organic from wild trees in Spain. Health Benefits
Green pasture's Fermented Cod Liver Oil is made in small batches with extraordinary care. We ferment livers from fish that have been exclusively wild caught in the Bering Sea/Aleutian Islands region. Fermentation is a natural enzymatic and microbial action that releases the oil from the livers. Our Fermented Cod Liver Oil is a raw, unadulterated, whole food. There are no additives of any kind. It is routinely third-party tested for purity. This entire product line is certified by the Marine Stewardship Council, which ensures that the cod livers we source have been sustainably wild-caught. Product Information Our Fermented Cod Liver Oil is an excellent source of natural vitamins A & D, and omega fatty acids (including EPA and DHA), along with other fat-soluble nutrients. Because our Fermented Cod Liver Oil is all natural, and extracted using fermentation, it is readily absorbed in our bodies. This means these wonderful nutrients are easier for our bodies to use, leading to a boost in your oral and overall health. This liquid version is more budget friendly than the capsules. You get more servings for your money. Need help getting your kids to take cod liver oil? Click here for some ideas. All of our Fermented Cod Liver Oil is certified by the Marine Stewardship Council, which ensures that the cod livers we source have been sustainably wild-caught. (MSC-C-55178) More info from Weston Price Foundation More Info
Your source for the only fresh, wild-caught and raw Extra Virgin Cod Liver Oil in the world! Recommended for GAPS, real foods and Paleo diets, and others that understand it’s important to use a premium cod liver oil with naturally occurring nutrients. Recommended by Weston Price Foundation. Rosita Real Foods is a trusted source of fresh, wild-caught and raw liver oils, rendered from sustainably harvested fish living in the crystal clear waters of the remote Norwegian Fjords. As Organic 3 is the only U.S. distributor of Rosita’s truly exceptional products, our goal is to provide you with a genuine, extra virgin cod liver oil that’s as close to the freshness and nutrient content as you would find in the liver of a “living” codfish. No chemicals, solvents or mechanical devices are ever used in Rosita’s ancient, handcrafted process. Starting with the harvest of the fish from Norway’s cold, clean northern fjords using their own small fleet of fishing boats, Rosita controls every single step of its extracting process. In their small processing facility, they use an ancient method to extract the oil from the liver. It mimics the changes of the seasons and minimizes the fish liver oils exposure to light, heat and oxygen. No chemicals or bleaches are used. So you only get only raw, mild-tasting, nutrient-rich fish liver oil.
Refrigerate upon receiving:
Rosita fish oils are nitrogen-flushed to remove oxygen before sealing the bottle, which preserves the oil’s freshness in all temperatures. To ensure quality, please store in your refrigerator as soon as possible.
Consume within three months:
Once you open the bottle, the oil must be consumed in a timely manner. Please note, it’s normal for fish oils to become thick and cloudy when cold even within 90 days of opening.
Or freeze for up to three years:
Alternatively, you can store unopened bottles in the freezer for up to three years from the product’s production date. So, feel free to stock up and let your customers know they can do the same!
Wild-crafted from Okanagan Valley mountains. The hives are put far from contamination sources and are located in spray-free zones, near conservation lands of wild flowers here in BC. Unheated Pure & unpastuerized, no antibiotics. Bees are not fed sugar. Purchase of this product supports small-scale, local agriculture. Excellent light flavour.
Wild-Crafted from the East Coast. Granulated - Use it to thicken and improve texture. It is from the wild shore of the east coast of Canada. Sun bleached in sea water and then dried. This brown irish moss is said to be more gelatinous than the white that has been bleached much longer.
To make Irish Moss Paste:
- Soak it overnight or longer and then rinse it well.
- Put about 1/2 a cup of the moss with about 1 1/4 cup water in the Blender.
- Blend till it becomes a thick gelatinous consistency.
- Then squeeze it through a nutmilk bag.
- Place in glass bowl in refrigerator to set up. Irish moss paste will last in the refrigerator for a at least 10 days.
The cheesecake recipe we used called for a couple tbsps of the moss gel and it really made a big difference in the texture and quality of the dessert. I've made raw cheesecakes before, but they were really thick and almost too rich (all nuts). This one I made with the irish moss has a lighter, creamier texture but also more structure (it holds itself together).
Kelp Noodles are a sea vegetable farmed in South Korea and produced in the form of an easy to eat raw noodle in California. Made of only kelp (a sea vegetable), sodium alginate (sodium salt extracted from a brown seaweed), and water, Kelp Noodles are fat-free, gluten-free, and very low in carbohydrates and calories. Their noodle form and neutral taste allow for a variety of uses including salads, stir-fries, hot broths, and casseroles, while their healthful content provides a rich source of trace minerals including iodine, which kelp is well known for. Their unique texture completes the package, making Kelp Noodles a one-of-a-kind healthful and tasty alternative to pasta and rice noodles. Best of all, no cooking is required. Just rinse and add the noodles to any dish and they are ready to eat!
Sea Tangle Noodle Company told us they test their kelp noodles for both heavy metals and radiation and the kelp is found to be free from contaminants.
Caution: Shipping during subzero weather may freeze the noodles and ruin them.
Wild Harvested Rainforest Food Also called Ramon Nut, Breadnut, Ojoche, Ojite, Ojushte, Ujushte, Capomo, Manchinga, Sande, Pisba waihka, Huje, Mojo, Ax, and many other indigenous names. Maya Nut is the seed of Brosimum alicastrum, a large tropical rainforest tree native to Latin America and the Caribbean. It is not a true nut and does not contain any allergenic compounds or alkaloids. Maya Nut is naturally caffeine and gluten free and has a neutral glycemic index. Maya Nut is vegan and paleo. It was once abundant throughout Central America but is now highly threatened and even extinct in parts of its range due to cutting for firewood and to plant corn. Maya Nut grows naturally in fertile rainforest soils. It is much higher in many vital nutritents including antioxidants than foods grown on farmed soils. Maya Nut is extremely high in Fiber, Calcium, Potassium, Folate, Iron, Zinc, Protein and micronutrients. Maya Nut has a low Glycemic Index (<55), making it a good food for diabetics or people watching their sugar and carbohydrate intake. As a food, it is extremely versatile and can be used in a wide variety of sweet and savory dishes. Maya Nut can be used fresh or dried, roasted or raw in over 120 recipes which have been developed by our staff and workshop participants over the past 10 years.
Maya Nut Nutrition: Maya Nut is a highly nutritious food, rich in fiber, calcium, magnesium, potassium, folate, and antioxidants. It has been used by native people and traditional healers to treat a wide variety of ailments including colitis, arthritis, osteoporosis, asthma, infertility and lactation problems. Some of the scientific research that has been done on Maya Nut supports some of these claims, most notably about colitis and asthma because chemical studies of the roasted, ground seed have found that Maya Nut is extremely high in anti-inflammatory compounds that would effectively treat these conditions. The ratio of calcium to magnesium in Maya Nut is optimal for calcium absorption, which supports the local people’s claims that it is good for arthritis and osteoporosis. Maya Nut has exceptional nutritional, culinary and storage qualities. It can be prepared fresh or dried in more than 100 recipes for drinks, bread, salad, cookies, soup, tortillas, sauces, desserts and much more.
The Seed: The fresh seed can be boiled and tastes like potatoes. It can be diced, mashed, ground or pickled to create delicious sweet or savory dishes. We have not yet discovered a means of packaging fresh Maya Nut to make it available in the US. If you are in the US and are fortunate enough to live in Florida, there are trees there and you may be able to harvest from them, contact us to find out more! The seed can also be dried, roasted and ground to use for baking, hot and cold drinks, sauces, or a condiment. Once dried, Maya Nut can be stored for more than 5 years with no adverse effect on its flavor, aroma, nutrition or appearance. Maya Nut cannot be eaten whole once it is dried, it MUST be roasted and ground to be edible. You cannot rehydrate or cook Maya Nut seed once it has been dried. Maya Nut is not a true nut. It has been tested and proven by the FDA to contain no toxic alkaloids or allergens. It is not affected by aflatoxins and is 100% gluten and caffeine free. It has a low (<29) Glycemic Index, indicating it is ok for diabetics or those on a low carbohydrate diet. The Maya Nut we offer for sale is always 100% wild harvested from natural rainforest. There is no plantation grown or cultivated Maya Nut available anywhere in the world at this time. We have planted (with our reforestation partners) more than 2 million Maya Nut trees which became productive in 2018.
Maya Nut Drink: For those who need or want to avoid caffeine, however, maya nut powder is a caffeine-free, nutrient-dense alternative to coffee that can be prepared in the same manner. The flavor is mild with notes of cinnamon or mocha; it does not have a bitter aftertaste, and it can be made hot or iced. Even though it is caffeine free, people report a natural energy boost after drinking Maya nut drinks.
Medium Roast Maya Powder is our most popular and versatile product. Medium Roast Maya has a naturally delicious chocolatey, coffee, nutty flavor. Stir some into your favorite yogurt, cereal, baked goods or smoothies.
Dark roast maya powder has a rich, espresso-like flavor. We love it in chocolate baked goods, like brownies and cakes, homemade energy bars and hot and cold drinks.
No-Es Café is a courser grind of pure Maya seeds that can be brewed just like coffee. It has a rich coffee-like flavor without any of the caffeine!
Preparation: For an iced “latte”: Pour your favorite nut milk, or water, in a glass. Add 1 scoop (33g) of the powder. Sweeten, if desired. Mix well (best if mixed in a blender or shaker bottle). Add ice and enjoy. For a hot coffee or tea: Add 1 scoop (33g) to hot water or steamed nut milk. Stir well and enjoy.
"I have found great intestinal benefits and I have lost weight and I have remained healthy throughout cold and flu season." -- Customer
"I love coffee and Maya is a great alternative. Great flavor!" -- Customer
"The Maya Powder is terrific, and I use some in my shake every morning. The Maya Powder adds a great flavor! The dark roast works for me. Love it. Thanks." --Customer
Nature's Antiseptic, Anti-Fungal Anti-Bacteria!, Anti Viral and busts biofilm.
In india, Neem is known as "the village pharmacy." It has been used in Ayurvedic Medicine for thousands of years.
It has been used to:
• improve the immune system.
• kill internal and external parasites including head lice, candida athlete’s foot, intestinal worms and ring-worms.
• treat yeast infections and allergies.
• detoxify the blood and eliminate radiation poisoning from the body.
• treat diabetes, ulcers, gout, hypertension and heart disease.
• promote healthy circulation and improve liver, lung and digestive functions.
• improve general skin health, relieving dry, itching skin and bacterial infections like acne and boils.
• help relieve inflammation from arthritis and other diseases.
• treat chickenpox and warts by directly applying to the skin in a paste form or by bathing in water with neem ieaves.
• It is also used as a foot soak for treating various foot fungi.
• It can be used to rinse the hair for health and strength and to prevent greying
• Its anti-bacterial properties have been used to help fight scabies.
• Boosts natural glutathione production necessary to clearing unwanted biofilms out of the small intestine
• Birth Control. Read the book below.
One can use a handful of Neem leaves per quart of water. Heat leaves on
a slow boil for ten minutes or more.
Neem has a bitter taste. Adding honey and fresh mint will enhance the flavor.
Book: Neem-A Tree For Solving Global Problems Find lots of info at the Neem Foundation
NEEM-INHIBIT INTESTINAL BIOFILM “THE VILLAGE PHARMACY”
Good for the gut.
Comparative Study on the Antibacterial Activities of Neem Oil, Mustard oil and Black Seed Oil Against Pathogenic Staphylococcus aureus, Klebsiella pneumoniae, Salmonella Typhi and Pseudomonas Aeruginosa
Certified Organic from Siberia. Collected in cedar woods, in the catchment area of Lake Baikal. Pine Nuts provide a daily intake of Amino Acids and Minerals such as Copper, Cobalt, Manganese and Zinc. Pine Nut proteins are easily digested and are high in Arginine, which is important for growth and development of children and pregnant women. Absolutely delicious!