Ojas Enhancers:

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Squash Drops

Your mouth will come alive with one nibble of these tingly cookies. Light, healthy, organic coconut flakes, coconut oil and coconut flour combine with WOW grown squash, maple syrup along with warming spices to create a light, nourishing coconut puff.

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Dazzling Blue Lacinato Kale

The name says it all!

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A nourishing and naturally stimulating blend of healing herbs to warm you from the inside out. Cuppa Love is a healthy replacement for your cuppa joe without the caffeine and acidity. Trikatu, the three pungents, is a classic Ayurvedic spice blend which kindles the digestive fire.

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Ashwagandha truffle

Ojas enhancing dates, whirled with ashwagandha, coated in cacao, topped with a salt sprinkle produce a moan of pleasure from every consumer.

Buckwheat Loaf w Sunflower Seeds and Sea Salt
Buckwheat, a seed, is a nourishing substitute to processed grains.

Buckwheat, a seed, is a nourishing substitute to processed grains.

Kabocha Transformed

Kabocha transformed!

Squash Squares: Abundant and nutrient filled WOW Farm grown squash is the main ingredient in this moist, paleo mouthful of goodness.

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Tulsi:

The Incomparable One

Tulsi, aka Holy Basil, is an Ayurvedic plant carrying powerful medicine. Digestion enhancer, cold reliever, immune booster, adaptogen, anti-inflammatory, anti-aging, anti-bacterial, et al. Truly a wonder herb!

Relieve congestion by inhaling the steam of Tulsi clippings with a pinch of turmeric or brew tea to penetrate deep into tissues to balance kapha and vata.

Ward off negative energy and insects with the sweet scent and presence of this sacred plant in your home.

More about the incomparable one here, ooh and here and here. And an interesting video here.

And a merchant said, “Speak to us of Buying and Selling.”
And he answered and said:
To you the earth yields her fruit, and you shall not want if you but know how to fill your hands.
It is in exchanging the gifts of the earth that you shall find abundance and be satisfied.
Yet unless the exchange be in love and kindly justice, it will but lead some to greed and others to hunger.
When in the market place you toilers of the sea and fields and vineyards meet the weavers and the potters and the gatherers of spices, -
Invoke then the master spirit of the earth, to come into your midst and sanctify the scales and the reckoning that weighs value against value.
And suffer not the barren-handed to take part in your transactions, who would sell their words for your labor.
To such men you should say,
“Come with us to the field, or go with our brothers to the sea and cast your net;
For the land and the sea shall be bountiful to you even as to us.”
And if there come the singers and the dancers and the flute players,—buy of their gifts also.
For they too are gatherers of fruit and frankincense, and that which they bring, though fashioned of dreams, is raiment and food for your soul.
And before you leave the marketplace, see that no one has gone his way with empty hands.
For the master spirit of the earth shall not sleep peacefully upon the wind till the needs of the least of you are satisfied.
— Kahlil Gibran