- About The Brand -
I have had a difficult time actually sharing my story and have rewritten it over and over again.
My journey began a several years ago when I was reminded of a childhood trauma I tried to bury for so many years. During this time in my life, I knew I had to deal with pain that I wanted to ignore. It was beginning to take a toll on my health and I decided to make a change.
I learned how to make various teas from an acupuncturist. I also had an instinct on how to use different herbs to help with high cholesterol, high blood pressure, hair loss, and detox.
My hair had also experienced trauma and was beginning to thin out. Harsh water in Houston, Texas did not help matters. Once I returned to Denver, I embarked upon this healing journey.
I began to remember the third degree burn my ear endured when I was 2.5 years old. I also recalled my love and listening of messages from the aloe vera plant when I was 3 years old.
I learned through the products I began to make, that they help with 3rd degree burns, hair loss, skin issues, eye care, and cleansing.
There are some other fun facts about me. I love animals and had a kitty cat named Mogray that lived for 18 years. He was the sickest cat in the entire litter and we restored him back to life.
My products have helped pets with leaky eyes, chemical burns, patchy mane, etc... Likewise, my products have helped many people of all ages with various skin issues, hair loss, gums, and so much more.
Thank you for reading this and I look forward to taking this journey with you.
Why Prickly Pear Cactus?
I learned from the aloe vera plant that it is cousins with the cactus. Cactus is a super food and contains rich vitamins that will help destroy free radicals inside and outside of the body. It is a deep cleaner and when added to soaps, gives a rich and soothing experience. If your pets coats is dirty, cactus related soaps will deep clean and help patch up shedding hair/mane. Cactus is an ancient staple that my ancestors once depended upon when they traveled throughout the Americas. It has thorns to remind us of its delicacy and preciousness that we must respect.