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Almonds have long had a lot of positive juju surrounding their health benefits. Full of protein and healthy fats, they've been touted as doing everything from helping you lose weight to helping regulate your blood pressure. People eat them whole, chop them up in protein shakes and even drink them down as almond milk, either because they like the nutty taste or because they're lactose intolerant. The benefits of sweet almonds don't stop there, however. By running those same almonds through the cold pressing process, you get a vitamin-rich oil that has a long standing history as being a great...

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Native to the southwestern United States, the jojoba shrub has served as a fatty dietary staple to the endemic species. However, it was the Native Americans of the area that discovered the many valuable properties of the oils they pressed from the seeds of the shrub.   Used by the Native Americans to treat everything from skin diseases to burns, the waxy oil was a staple of their "med kits." In our research, we found the properties of this oil to be so important for what we wanted to provide for our customers that knew we had to include this powerful...

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   If you decided to get on your Google machine and investigate grapeseed oil, you'd likely find a number of articles telling you to avoid it. "It's full of polyunsaturated fats!" "It's bad for your cholesterol!!" "It causes thyroid disorders!!!" "It makes you fat!!!!" Good thing you guys are putting it in your beards and not cooking your meals with it.   See, while the use of grapeseed oil as a cooking oil is surrounded by controversy (both the scientifically accurate and Facebook-headline-readers accurate), there's really no controversy surrounding its incredible properties for strengthening, conditioning, moisturizing and even regrowing hair....

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That's one hell of a picture. It isn't photoshopped. It isn't a joke. Those are goats. They are in trees. For hundreds of years, those tree goats held the secret to one of the most precious carrier oils we use: argan. The argan tree produces a nut in a fairly hard shell. The goats love them so much that, over time, they learned to climb the trees to get to them. The nut has a lot of pulp around it and these goats love the pulp so much, that they eat the entire thing despite the fact they can't digest...

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