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Rustic textured 100% linen made into products for kitchen, table, bedroom and bath. “Simple, natural, comfortable.”
All-natural static control for clothing, hair, and pets.
Specialty small-batch nut butters, with interesting twists. The cashew butter, for example, contains two kinds of cinnamon, ginger, nutmeg, other spices, and honey. Their sunberry butter has bits of dried cherries and strawberries. “We promote the good life through good food. We craft our small-batch specialty nut butters using only the highest quality ingredients to create unique blends inspired by our passion for superb eats and healthy living. We source local, organic, non-GMO ingredients wherever possible, and our products are always gluten, grain, soy, dairy, and artificial stuff-free, sweetened only with touches of pure maple sugar, raw honey or dried fruit.”
Purveyors of high quality raw bee pollen from California honey bees, collected by family-run beekeepers. “Our product is 100% California-raised, fresh, raw and cold stored directly from the hive until shipped to your door.”
“Solid Wood Furniture for Life…The Joinery designs and handcrafts beautiful hardwood furniture for residential and commercial spaces. Using traditional woodworking techniques and hardwoods from sustainable forest resources, each piece of Joinery’s wood furniture is wholly built and proudly signed by an individual builder in our Portland, Oregon wood shop. All of our handmade furniture for the home is warranted for a lifetime of real-world use.” These pieces are simply beautiful. Sustainably harvested woods are finished with their own linseed/tung/citrus/soy blend (no solvents), then sanded and finished with their own beeswax/citrus wax. Customer service told me “new pieces do have a smell to it, but if people are sensitive, we can hold the pieces here they have purchased until the smell is gone.”
“America’s Favorite Custom Unfinished Furniture Expert! NO particle board, simulated wood grain vinyls or other shortcuts are used in crafting our furniture. Our real wood furniture is made out of premium North American cherry, maple and oak. Our construction details include solid wood face frames, solid wood drawers and posts, dovetail drawer joints, metal glides, real wood tops and concealed adjustable hinges on doors. Individually made by Pennsylvania craftsmen. Most of our products are available in four species of wood: PINE, MAPLE , OAK and Cherry . We offer almost endless combinations and options to create thousands of designs in many different styles: SHAKER, MISSION, TRADITIONAL, COLONIAL, CONTEMPORARY and COUNTRY.”
They had me with their headline: “Our mission is to take sugar out of the American diet.” They make all-natural condiments using real, whole ingredients. No sugar. Nothing artificial. At the moment it’s a few pepper sauces. But I hope they do more and go organic.
Wholesale organic oils and butters that anyone can purchase for soap making.
Offers lab tests without requiring a doctor’s prescription. You order the tests online or by phone, then take your receipt to one of 2000+ local labs, where your blood is drawn. Get results within 3 business days. Tests include Allergy Testing, Anemia, Anti-Aging / Hormones, Arthritis, Blood Typing, Cancer, Cardiac / Cholesterol, Celiac Disease, Diabetes, Drugs, Fertility, Gastrointestinal, General Health / Wellness, Heavy Metals / Toxins, Hepatitis, Immunity Detection, Kidney (Renal) Function, Liver Function, Military Testing, Pregnancy / Prenatal, Prostate, Sports Testing, STD Testing, Thyroid, andVitamin & Nutritional Testing.
The best way for me to describe this website is “organic do-it-yourself heaven!” They sell natural unscented bases for bodycare products, plus anything you might want to put in them. Then they also sell all kinds of DIY for making foods like fermented foods, cheesemaking, brewing, sprouting, and more. Their message is You Can Do This yourself at home, and they provide everything from supplies to instructions to cheering you on. I love this site and can’t wait to use it to make things myself.