Ooohhh, the rich scent of Ghanaian chocolates just erased all that "anger".
I am drooling and really trying to resist a crunch - I wonder if you can resist though - visit Sheabutter Cottage for your Golden Tree chocolate
Made from good quality fresh coconut at low temperatures.
This is not hydrogenated so it is soft to touch.
Pure and natural without any fillers (no bleaching agents, no foaming agents)
* Used in most tanning lotions, it can also be used as an after-sun care to enhance the skin tone.
* Excellent as a skin moisturiser.
* Great as make-up remover
* Natural source of caprylic acid & lauric acid to help with skin problems as eczema and psoriasis
* Seals in hair moisture.
* Great for intensive deep conditioning hair treatment - warm the oil and massage into dry hair.
* Apply a small amount [1tsp] to coat the hair prior to swimming.
* Natural source of myristic acid to sooth the scalp
* Natural source of lauric acid to help suppress hair loss
* Enhances the flavour
* Helps boost the immune system
* Unlike coconut milk, it does not contain sodium caseinate so it is ideal for vegans.
Get your supply at Sheabutter Cottage
Chickpeas are grown in the Mediterranean, western Asia, the Indian subcontinent and Australia. Domestically they can be sprouted within a few days all year round with a sprouter on a windowsill.Although I did not get the exact measurements, I was given the ingredients as follows: * chickpea flour
Mature chickpeas can be cooked and eaten cold in salads, cooked in stews, ground into a flour called gram flour (also known as besan and used primarily in Indian cuisine), ground and shaped in balls and fried as falafel, fermented to make an alcoholic drink similar to sake, stirred into a batter and baked to make farinata, cooked and ground into a paste called hummus or roasted, spiced and eaten as a snack (such as leblebi). Chick peas and bengal grams are used to make curries and are one of the most popular vegetarian foods in India, Pakistan, Bangladesh and the UK.
Did i tell you how much i love the moringa pomade? I love love love it! I have to say I hate picking a favorite between the three hair butters/pomades but the moringa...wow!! I am not sure which ingredient is responsible for defining the hair so much .. and the scent of palm[kernel] oil...yummy!! just had to tell you that!!!I hope I have made enough to get your hair all nice and soft with a little shine :) Read more about this handmade natural moringa pomade via our site
O'hana Passion [http://www.ohanapassion.org] is a registered local humanitarian organisation in Ghana that seeks the welfare and holistic development of disadvantaged and vulnerable children.
* VISION: Reaching out to disadvantaged and vulnerable children with love
* MISSION: Ensuring the psychosocial well being of the disadvantaged and vulnerable child
* OBJECTIVES: To show love, guidance and attention. Mobilise resources to improve care and support