Tuesday, April 29, 2014

Moringa Oil: Learn About the Benefits for your Face and Skin, Oil now Avail in the Store

Announcing Moringa Oil in 4 ounce bottles is NOW Avail for Sale Here.  It is exceptional oil taken from seeds grown in Nicaragua. It is not organic certified as some of the products. I have sampled the oil for myself and I  am really loving it.  I do not buy much in skin care products, but 3 years in Nevada did not do my skin any favors. I have tried a couple of products but the cost was not worth the results plus they have questionable ingredients. I have been using the straight Moringa Oil on my face and neck and it does make a difference. It feels wonderful.  It is having a positive effect on lines and wrinkles.  I don't have a lot but they were showing age and living in a harsh climate.

Benefits of Using Moringa Oil for your Skin: 

Moringa Oil – Luxurious Antioxidant Rich All-Natural Moisturizer


Pure moringa oil from nature's Miracle Tree is an ideal all-natural moisturizer for dry skin. This healing, topical treatment offers relief from sunburn and makes a perfect non-sticky massage oil. Moringa oil extracted from the seeds of the Moringa oleifera tree has been used in skin preparations and ointments since Egyptian times and is among the cosmetic industries most desired oils in the formulation of skin care products and cosmetics, chosen for its many antioxidants and documented skin-rejuvenating properties. In addition, many health and beauty experts consider Moringa oil the primary secret behind the healthy and radiant skin seen in Asia and Africa.

With an incredible oleic acid content of more than 70%, Moringa oil penetrates deep beneath the top layer allowing it to deliver vital nutrients to your aging skin. Moringa oil is rich in vitamin A , vitamin C, minerals, fatty acids, oleic (Omega 9) and behenic acids that allow it to be easily absorbed into your skin without feeling greasy and ensures your skin receives the food that it needs to repair and sustain itself.
Moringa oil can also be massaged into the hair and scalp delivering rejuvenating vitamins and minerals to the follicles of the hair and tissue of the scalp. The use of moringa oil on the hair and scalp can help reduce split ends and dandruff.

Argan oil is another popular plant oil produced from the kernels of the Argan tree. Although rich in nutritional compounds and essential fatty acids it is no match for moringa oil.



Moringa oil cosmetics are rich with cytokinins.  Cytokinins are plant hormones that promote cellular growth and delay the aging process by postponing the death of cells and destruction of tissues. The most potent cytokinin is zeatin. Moringa contains a hundredfold more zeatin than any other plant, making it a necessary part of any skin and hair care program. 

Rejuvenate Your Skin and Hair Today With Our Moringa Oil.


Moringa Source recommends applying Moringa oil directly to the skin one to two times daily to improve skin softness within one week, and improved skin elasticity within one month. To help heal and cool sunburned skin, apply on the affected area twice daily.


Moringa Oil Benefits

Builds collagen fibers and minimize the appearance of fine wrinkle lines   (Vitamin A)
Minimizes the appearance of fine wrinkle lines. (Vitamin C)
Improves moisturizing, softness and smoothness. (Vitamin E)
 
Delays the aging process
Helps build collagen which improves skin conditions
Is a natural healing emollient 
Helps with dry, rough skin conditions like eczema, psoriasis and dermatitis.
Protects your skin from environmental damage
Assists in reaching and maintaining an appropriate body weight
Helps improve scalp circulation (which aids in preventing hair loss)
Helps improve split ends in hair

Note: For external use only.

This is the two brands I trust because they test their imported products for contamination, E-Coli, and heavy metals in a US lab.  I have now been using a number of their products for over two years including Moringa powder. DO NOT buy Moringa products unless the company states that they test for heavy metals and contamination. If you do you are risking your health. Organic certified can still contain E-coli, dirt, bugs, weeds, filth and insects.  This is the way it is folks.
 
 My #1 choice is Banyan Botanicals Organic Moringa Powder here 
 
 

 




  














Saturday, March 29, 2014

What's Killing My Moringa Seedlings?


There are several things that can kill Moringa seedlings including too small a pot,  too much water and root rot.  Another huge problem is fungus gnats. If you see flying  gnats, you have their eggs in your houseplant or Moringa pot soil.  If you take the seedling out of the pot carefully, you will see there is little root left. Did they rot? If you have flying gnats, their tiny larvae probably ate the roots. The gnat larvae is so tiny, you may not even be able to see them without a magnifying glass.    Trust me, they are there.   One sign is that a healthy Moringa seedling will suddenly start to fall over.  That is because the tiny larvae are eating the roots it needs to grow.  The other seedlings may look fine next to it, so it is confusing.  Take the seedling out to see if it has roots or if the roots seem to be eaten.  It is pretty clear at that point. Gray rolly polly bugs are another one that eat the roots of young seedlings. Again if you see flying gnats, you have eggs in your potting soil. 

Solution to Fungus Gnats:   

Use the yellow sticky sheets to catch the adults.  I had to buy them online. I could not find anything but fly sheets in Home Depot or several other stores.  Fly sheets will not tray fungus gnats. They are drawn to the bright yellow color of the sticky sheets. You need to place them in and around your plants where you see them crawling or flying.  Go on Amazon and get the best deal on them. 

Get Gnatrol on the internet.   I have tried sand, hydrogen peroxide and several things with little success.  I have also read that some people don't find success with this either but I feel it works better than some of the other methods suggested.  One reason customers may think Gnatrol does not work is because the larvae must eat it, then it starves them to death. You will see them moving after the liquid is applied and for some time later.

What is Gnatrol? 

" Bacillus thuringiensis (Bt) is actually a naturally occurring bacterium, common in some soils, that causes disease in certain insects, most notably leaf and needle feeding caterpillars. It was first discovered in the early 1900s.The French were the first to advocate using Bt in the garden and by the 1960s, Bacillus thuringiensis products were available on the open market and were readily embraced by the organic gardening community."  Read a great article on the subject here.  The excerpt was taken from this article. 

Gnatrol must be used correctly to work:

Gnatrol  must be added to water to the right strength, then used as a drench on the plant. Drench means to soak the soil with the liquid.  It takes treatment every 5 days for several weeks to get them under control.

Gnatrol must be ingested by the gnat larvae. It affects their ability to eat the roots of your seedlings.  The larvae starve to death.  This takes time.  You will not see them killed immediately, so you may think it didn't work.

Try to let the soil dry out in between watering as well.  In the future, I am going to water in the Gnatrol before I plant the seedlings.

Well this is all for today.   Hope your weekend is restful.

This is the two brands I trust because they test their imported products for contamination, E-Coli, and heavy metals in a US lab.  I have now been using a number of their products for over two years including Moringa powder. DO NOT buy Moringa products unless the company states that they test for heavy metals and contamination. If you do you are risking your health. Organic certified can still contain E-coli, dirt, bugs, weeds, filth and insects.  This is the way it is folks.
 
 My #1 choice is Banyan Botanicals Organic Moringa Powder here 
 
 

 





Wednesday, March 26, 2014

What Common OTC Pain Medicine is Responsible for 56,000 Emergency Visits and Many Deaths? Find Out

It angers me when doctors downplay the side effects and deaths associated with over the counter medications and issue scare tactics over herbs.  There are numerous OTC drugs that are dangerous. If these same drugs were herbs with adverse reactions, they would be banned in an instant. But drugs get preferential treatment by the AMA and the FDA. They are allowed to remain on the shelves because of greed, money, and power. Drug companies carry clout and power. They manipulate your lives with this greed.

Here is one OTC drug that most of you have either taken or are taking now-Acetaminophen. It is found in many popular pain killing OTC medications such as Tylenol.

Here are facts about Acetaminophen that you should be aware of below:


Acetaminophen is responsible for over 100,000 calls to Poison Control Centers in the US. 

Acetaminophen is the culprit in 56,000 emergency room visits, 2,600 hospitalizations, and over 458 deaths   due to acute liver failure.

Half of All the cases of liver failure in the US are due to Acetaminophen not alcohol abuse.

This drug is toxic to the liver even when taken correctly with label directions after several weeks.  This is when taken as prescribed, not as many patients take it...increasing the dosage because it is not working on their pain levels.  

This is a quote below taken from Dr Mercola's article here. I encourage you read the whole article to have this really sink in.

 "Taken over several days, as little as 25 percent above the maximum daily dose - or just two additional extra strength pills a day - has been reported to cause liver damage, according to the [Food and Drug Administration]. Taken all at once, a little less than four times the maximum daily dose can cause death...

If you are taking more than one drug that contains Acetaminophen, you are destroying your liver.  You need to look at the ingredients in your OTC and prescription drugs to see what of your medications contain Acetaminophen. Cold medications, Vicodin, and Percocet among others contain Acetaminophen.

Alcohol and Acetaminophen: A Prescription for Kidney Failure

Drink alcohol and Acetaminophen? This raises your risk for kidney failure 123 percent!   This is so even when the amount of alcohol is small.  


NEW Warning Finally from the FDA.....It is about time!


The FDA has issued a statement in January of this year finally urging health professionals to discontinue prescribing and dispensing prescription combination drug products containing more than 325 mg of acetaminophen per dose. This drug has been on the marketplace for years. Each year the stats on deaths and visits to the emergency room go higher, yet it took them over 10 years to admit that it is a dangerous drug that does cause liver and kidney failure.

Do Not Rely on your doctor or the FDA to protect you!


That is why I write blogs against drugs and how the drug companies and doctors downplay their side effects and deaths. You need to realize that the FDA does not protect you until the evidence is so overwhelming, they cannot hide the evidence any more. The FDA is in bed with the drug companies. Money and power lies right in the middle of the FDA and their policies.  You must protect yourself...not rely on your doctor or the FDA to protect you. Doctors make money from the drug companies for prescribing medicine.  They are awarded huge sums of perks and money to prescribe medicines. They rely on drug salesmen to advise them on the drugs. They have no time to research it themselves. There are no studies on the effects of combining all sorts of drugs....the side effects that occur.  The more drugs you take, the more possible side effects from combining them.



This is all for today. Please read Dr. Mercola's article on Acetaminophen here. I have highlighted points from his article in this blog.

Kate Freer, the Herbladyisin

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Friday, March 21, 2014

Learn How You May Be Contributing To the Death of Honeybees





Most of you know that honeybees are dying at alarming rates.  If this is not stopped, it will also mean our death since the majority of food plants are pollinated by bees.  You may reply, "What can I do? I'm not a farmer."  There is a lot you can do, so please read this blog. It is up to all of us to make sure our corner of the world is not contributing to the destruction of our environment and the creatures in it.

There is a big issue you may not be aware of. Since I learned this fact, I have changed my gardening habits.  Once you read this blog, I hope you decide to change yours as well.


Do you buy nursery plants from Lowe's, Home Depot, or any of the large chains?  

 

Most of us have at one time or another. If you visit Home Depot, the place is full of consumers buying flowers and plants of every kind. So what's the problem?

These nursery plants are pretreated with deadly neonicotinoids.  These neonicotinoids are implicated in the die-off of bees. Research conducted by the Friends of the Earth and Pesticide Research Institute proved that 7 out of 13 garden plants purchased in stores like Lowe's and Home Depot contained neurotoxic pesticides known as neonicotinoids. This pesticide is manufactured by Bayer CropScience and Syngenta.  It is a synthetic pesticide and is being manufactured at an alarming rate. You will find this bee killing insecticide in many common products found at your local discount hardware and garden store.

What kind of pesticides are you using in your garden?


Several European countries, including France, Germany and Italy, have banned agricultural neonicotinoids. Bee Raisers in those countries sued these pesticide companies after suffering huge honey bee losses. It took the loss of these important bees to get the government in those countries to act.  The US government does not heed the warnings from Europe, even though the evidence is blatant.  They are being sold here as we speak.

It seems that backyard use of this pesticide is greater problem than in agriculture land, "“For homeowner use products, for backyard plants, the amount of neonicotinoids used is like 40 times greater than anything allowable in agricultural systems,” said entomologist James Frazier of Penn State University."

Backyard gardeners overuse pesticides like these often.  An excerpt is included below from an article on the problem of these pesticides and back yard overuse. In agriculture the pesticide is applied at 4mg per square foot of land. In backyard usage, that dosage can be applied at up to 250 mg to a three-gallon pot.  This equals a dose that is a killer to bees. How well do you adhere to the label directions when using these products?  Research shows that a high number of people do not follow directions properly.

"Not everyone may follow instructions, either. “Gardeners have no training in their use, and will often overdose,” said bee biologist Dave Goulson of Scotland’s University of Stirling, co-author of a recent paper on neonicotinoids and hive health. Goulson said in an e-mail that “gardens and fruit-growing areas are potentially interesting/bad.”

Read the full article here. It is very important that you realize what you may be doing to add to the problems of our honey bees.  

Here is a partial list of products containing these pesticides in this article located here.
 

What can I do?  

  • Write Lowe's and Home Depot that they should stop selling garden plants where this pesticide has been applied. 
  • Stop buying garden plants from these stores and grow your own from organic seeds.  Try to support nursery stores that offer organic grown alternatives.
  • Grow flowers and vines in your yards that have not had this pesticide applied.
  • Use only organic pesticides that do not kill honeybees and other pollinators.
  • Check your garden products now and throw out the ones that contain harmful pesticides. 

I hope this article alerts you to information that you need to know to help in the honey bee problem.
Thanks for reading.

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Thursday, March 6, 2014

India Scams Selling Organic Certified that IS NOT- Stolen Organic Certificates

Many of you know  the reason we don't buy anything from India is that in the beginning of my business, we got taken twice.  The first company took our money, no product. The second company sold us contaminated organic Moringa products which were tested and refused entry into the US by customs.  I have a new chapter to add to this story...you will find it very enlightening.

When we was first in business in 2010, we were very green and didn't know enough. We had never done business with a company outside of the United States.  As I have related the story before, we sent an Indian company over $600 for what we though was organic certified Moringa products. I did some investigation but not enough. He was listed in several trade sites for Moringa powder and products. There were no complaints at these sites. So we sent him money through our bank.

After we sent him the money, we received no product or further emails. We were furious. So began the efforts to track him down through the agency that was shown on his organic certificate. We were told that the certificate he was using was stolen from another Indian company. He had been using that stolen certificate for several years. It happened that myself and a German company did not receive their products after payment.  Both of us turned him in during the same time frame. The investigators tried to get him to court but he was too sick to appear. He then went underground and nothing was done against him.  We never got our money back and it set our business back for a year.  We knew he was still around, because his name was found him in Google circles. He was laying low....

Well several months ago (three years after he took our money), this same scam company wrote me again telling me about his organic products. It was hard to believe after taking us, he was writing me again. So we played along with him to see if  we could get current information and evidence on this guy. I wrote him we had a huge amount of money to buy product but needed to see proof of his organic certificate. We never expected to hear from him again.

Low and behold he emailed me an organic certificate and stolen analysis two weeks later. These emails were sent to the head of investigations in India, Bobby Issac.  Bobby Issac wrote back that it was stolen, not his.  He asked me to try and get more evidence against this guy.

So then I wrote this scam India company that I would not buy from him unless I got samples of his products.  I didn't expect to hear from him again. Well guess what came in the mail yesterday....samples labeled organic certified Moringa.  Products he is selling fraudulently as organic certified, which they are not. He is using someones stolen certificate again. This package of fraudulent organic products will all be sent to Bobby Issac as evidence to hopefully get this guy shut down.

How many people is this guy taking right now with fraudulent Moringa?
How many companies are buying his products, never checking on the validity of his organic certificate.

This is the problem with dealing with India and other third world countries. Their standard of business, ethics, manufacturing, and testing is questionable and crude in many cases. India is not the only country to worry about.  I have heard of a woman in Arizona selling Moringa from Africa. Two of her customers called me, telling me her product was contaminated with salmonella.  Some of those farms wash the Moringa leaves in sewage water.  If the product is crude without testing, it can be contaminated with various elements including fecal matter, salmonella, mold, bacteria, mouse parts, filth, insect parts and weeds.

Organic certified from foreign countries does not mean the product is safe to eat!  Samonella cannot be seen with the eye, visually. Bacteria and minor mold, ground up insects, dirt, and ground up mouse parts cannot be visually seen in most cases. It blends right in with the powder.

Moringa leaves can be contaminated where ever it is picked. If you dry it in the sun without commercial dryers, it takes many days to dry. That lengthy drying time leaves it subject to developing mold and mildew. Moringa leaves should be processed in a clean, commercial dryer under low heat for only a few hours...not days.

Contamination can occur is the packaging of the bulk powder by dirty, unclean processing areas. It can occur with people packing the product with dirty hands or hands not washed with clean water. We are dealing with third world countries, the majority with crude set ups. Clean water and clean rest rooms are not available in many of these countries.  Their equipment is crude. Their manufacturing process is crude. India companies have been cited over and over on their drug production labs by the FDA.


NOTICE:

I do not sell Moringa products as of Sept, 2016. I am working on a project that demands an unbiased viewpoint. 

If you want to buy from my favorite herb, vitamins, and supplement companies. visit my store here

 Kate Freer, the Herbladyisin














Wednesday, February 26, 2014

Moringa As a Natural, Effective Plant Growth Stimulator






Moringa contains many properties to improve your health, but that is just the beginning.  Moringa can be used to naturally stimulate the growth of other veggies and plants. Research has shown how Moringa Leaf Extract can increase yields for most crops by 25 to30%. The active substance that causes this is Zeatin. Zeatin increases the growth of lateral buds which stimulates the plant to produce a more bushier plant.

How to Make Moringa Leaf Extract Growth Stimulating Plant Spray. 

#1:  This spray is used along with natural fertilizer applications, not alone on the veggie or plant.

#2:  Grind Moringa leaves and shoots ( young plants). One part Moringa to 10 parts water.

#3: Cover and let sit for a day.  Then filter out the solids and give the solids to your cattle or other farm animals. The easiest way to filter the mix is pouring into through a  a flour sack dish towel, then wringing out the liquids.

#3: Dilute the remaining liquid with water to achieve a 1:32 ratio. Use within 5 hours, spraying it directly on the plant. Use the spray on new plant growth that is at least 10 days old.   Use it again 30 days before the plant is ready to flower, when it begins to seed, and later on when the plant is fully mature.

I cannot say I have tried this myself, but the research has been done and proved.  Here is San Diego, I am saving 20 or so trees for our family.  Once they are big enough, I am going to try this.  Right now, my first goal is to have enough trees for our family to have sufficient leaves to eat and dry for later. 

I have to let you all know again, I cannot give health advice over the phone or in emails. I am not a doctor and cannot legally do so.  I cannot answer questions on other people's products. You must call that company or email them and ask the following questions:

#1:  You you sell your own leaves grown on your property? If you do, how do you grow and process it? Do you have it tested for E-Coli, Mold, and Bacteria? Who and how is your product packaged?  If you sell your own, do you use ONLY your leaves or do you buy from other companies as well? Where does that product come from?  This applies to organic certified as well.

#2: If they advertise that their product is organic certified, ask for their proof!  

#3: If they are importing the product, where is it imported from? Is it always bought from the same country or does that vary? Is your product tested in a US lab?  Is your product packaged in a US lab?  Is the product tested for E-coli, bacteria, and mold?   

Ask these questions to the people you are buying from, not me. I cannot answer them. I can tell you the overall evidence against buying from India and China. I can show you the problems in buying Moringa and other products from foreign countries without investigating the company personally.  

Buyer Beware is true about many things including Moringa. 


NOTICE:

I do not sell Moringa products as of Sept, 2016. I am working on a project that demands an unbiased viewpoint. 

If you want to buy from my favorite herb, vitamins, and supplement companies. visit my store here

 Kate Freer, the herbladyisin

Monday, February 24, 2014

I Bought a Moringa Tree from a Greenhouse and It Died Soon After Purchase. Why? Container Do's and Don'ts


I just answered an email from a customer who said their Moringa seedlings grown from seed I had sent them,  died after two weeks of great growth. I wrote him back asking him several questions.  He answered that he was raising them in small plastic cups.  The tap root was hitting the bottom of the cups.  

He was killing the trees with the container.
 
This is not at our present house but shows the containers and the light they need. These were then taken to pots that were 20 to 33 gallons in size. 




Raised in 33 gal trash cans with drainage holes added. Containers very heavy and hard to move.  You can wheel them around outside to give them a better environment to live in. They were quite happy until winter hit. They were too heavy and tall to get through the door of the house with all the steps.  They did not survive in the unheated shed.  It was just too cold without being in the house.
In Stagecoach, our next home, they were raised in the house. Getting them out was not fun. It was 33 degrees as a high, 1 degree at night the week we moved with snow.  The moving truck would not start. It took them until the next day to fix it. The trees and other stock  froze in the moving truck stuck in the driveway.  Nevada is not the place for Moringa trees.




What Kind of Containers Should I Use for the Moringa Trees:


Once the seedlings have roots, they need warmth, indirect sunlight,  well draining, organic rich soil, and room to grow!

I take my rooted seedlings and put them in 32 ounce cups at the least with drainage holes in the bottom. If they are going outside, they go into one gallons. Mine are all in the house on two tables so put them in 32 ounce containers to get more on the table. 

They will go into larger containers in two weeks when the weather is more stable. The nights here are cold, the days hot, some days cool, and the trees are not happy. They like it hot and stable. They love it once it gets hot and stays that way. They love the summer.  

They will go outside when the temperature is stable and warm, not to a green house. They will be adapted to the real world before I sell them.

My seedlings are not growing quickly because they are not being raised in a heated green house.  I have them on tables in the living room by the huge windows. They are not under grow lights, as in the past, because of the electric bill. I may put them under lights now that we have determined what was creating a $400 bill. It was electric heaters in my father-in-law's bedroom.  I was afraid to add grow lights until we could bring our usage down. You can go online and see what your usage is. Then you try and solve the problem such as getting rid of the electric heaters. Then you go back a few days later and see the results. We also got rid of the electric dryer and got a used gas dryer. We cut our usage by $200 bucks this bill.  The next one will even be lower.  I needed to have a usage line so that I could then see if the lights are too expensive to use.  The sun in the living room is great some days, not so great on days like today that are cloudy. We will have 4 days of rain so that will reduce the light again.  I have serious questions about the trees being raised in green house conditions as with other plants.  They often don't do well in the real world.  I am getting calls from people who have bought trees from other sources and this is what they are reporting to me: 

Read on to learn more on this subject with tips on growing them. 

People call me." I bought a tree from a green house, then it died within a month of taking it home. Why?"


How would you like it if you were being raised in a nice heated, stable environment then rudely taken out into a new home which is not heated, not stable, and very shocking. It dies.  That is not even if you replant it as well. That is the problem with green house grown trees.  The real world is not a green house with temperature controlled conditions. That is why they say once you take it, we offer no returns or compensation if the plant dies. 


The Soil and Container Can Kill the Moringa Seedling: 


This is my suggestions for a healthy Moringa Tree:

They start out in a 32 ounce container. 

When they are a six inches tall, they go into one gallons at least or bigger.

When they are two feet high, they go into three gallon containers if they are to be sold and 10 to 20 gallon containers if I am keeping them.  

Moringa trees have a long tap root.  They need ROOM!. They will die when left in small pots.

Make sure the pots do not get water logged or sit in water! They will get root rot.  

Watch the sun.  Plastic containers can get very hot and burn the roots of plants. I had to move my lettuce into an area with less sun. It is like summer here in California.  

Use well draining soil and pots.   Yard soil containing clay holds water, does not allow for tap root growth, and will promote  root rot.  Yard soil often does not work for pots unless you have amended, rich, organic yard soil.

Do not put them in a place where water sits on the ground.  Create a drainage ditch away from the tree.

Seedlings that suddenly die may be suffering from Gnat larvae in the soil.  You may not see them but if you see adult Gnats, there are larvae. The larvae eat the tiny roots of the seedlings and kill them. Rolly bugs, the gray bugs that roll into balls also eat the baby Moringa seedlings.  

Layer your pots with organic potting soil, then a top layer of clean sand about a 1/2 inch thick. That sand helps kill the Gnat eggs and prevents them from hatching.   I just had to do that with mine. 

Do not use Miracle Grow! Do not use harsh fertilizers!  Do not Over-Water!  Do not leave them in small pots!

All for Today. Update: We are now located in Indian Mound, TN as of 1-15-2015

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