New! Items For October
Our rich and exotic Brazil nuts will amaze you with their power-packed nutrients. The Brazil nut is the most potent known food source of Selenium, an immensely beneficial mineral found in the soil. Eating only one to two Brazil nuts per day can provide all of the selenium one needs!
Brazil nuts grow in the rain forests of Amazonia and are gathered by native peoples there. The Brazil nut tree is enormous, reaching a height of 100 to 150 feet or more and can live a long life of 500 to 800 years! The trees grow very slowly, taking as long as 10 to 30 years before producing nuts. All Brazil nuts are wildcrafted as the tree can not be domesticated.
The Brazil nut grows in the rain forests of Amazonia and is gathered by native people. The Brazil nut tree is enormous, reaching a height of 100 to 150 feet or more. It can also live a long life of 500 to 800 years. (The trees grow very slowly, taking as long as 10 to 30 years before producing nuts.) All Brazil nuts are wildcrafted, the tree can not be domesticated.
Brazil nuts are rich and creamy, and similar in texture to coconut.
Black Cumin (Nigella Sativa) is a powerful medicinal plant and the oil is a concentrated essence.The healing properties of the seeds have been regarded as a cure-all down through the ages. They have been found in Egyptian tombs.
The seeds contain over 100 chemical compounds, including oleic acid, linolenic acid, protein, Vitamin B, calcium, zinc, and iron. They have been used to heal upset stomachs, colds, infections, and fatigue, boost immunity, and help with other ailments.
Our Native Forest Honey is alive with beneficial enzymes and intact grains of pollen and propolis.. Its rich, slightly fruity taste and silk texture complement, but don’t overwhelm, other flavors and ingredients. Its taste reflects the bouquet of tropical blossoms whose nectar the bees collect as they forage in high-elevation forests and valleys. A sonata with high notes of floral and fruit.
Gathered by a family of two generations of beekeepers. They tell us: Both our philosophy about working with the bees, which we regard as a partnership, and our organic regulations ensure that we interject ourselves as little as possible into the daily activities of the bees and allow them to do what they do so superbly. Hawai’i’s lush and varied vegetation, available year-round, provides the variety and supply of pollens, nectars and propolis that are ideal for bee health.
Do not feed honey to infants under one year of age.
We invite you to plunge back to sun – filled days of times long past with the lilting, floral flavor of the essence of Ohi’a Lehua blossoms.
A white honey, delightfully thick and spreadable.
Mix with almond or cashew butter and spread on a slice of apple for an ecstatic experience.
Our Ohia Lehua Honey is gathered by a family devoted to beekeeping.
We produce this alive, organic walnut flour from our California walnuts grown by Judith Redmond of Full Belly Farms. Rejoice in its moist, oily aliveness. We suggest that you combine with our alive, organic almond flour to create wonderful alive cookies and cakes. Combine with honey, chopped dates and raisins for an alive pie shell. You’ll think of many other creative uses!
One of the earliest cultivated plants. Black Cumin Seeds, Nigella Sativa, have been used for healing for thousands of years. Highly regarded by practitioners of Chinese traditional medicine and Ayurveda.Black cumin supports the entire body.
The flour lends itself to so many uses. Imagine combining with almond flour and pumpkin seed flour. What cookies and confections you will make!