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  • Whole Coriander Seeds
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    • Whole Coriander Seeds
    • Whole Coriander Seeds

    • 7Fr
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    • Sourced from Kenya and sold per gram Coriander comes from the seeds of the cilantro plant but if you don’t like cilantro, don’t worry. Coriander doesn’t taste like cilantro at all. Coriander is earthy and peppery. It isn’t very strong though it has a definite subtle flavor. It’s a common ingredient in spice rubs, marinades, chilis, sauces, soups, and curries and works well with onions, bell peppers, tomatoes, and potatoes. It pairs well with all the other spices in the “C” club: chili powder, cinnamon, curry, and especially, cumin.
  • Ground Cumin
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    • Ground Cumin
    • Ground Cumin

    • 16Fr
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    • Sourced from South Africa and sold per gram Cumin is an essential spice in curries and chutneys. The spice also works well in a variety of rice dishes, stews, soups, breads, pickles, barbecue sauces, and chili con carne recipes. It is best to be conservative when cooking with cumin as its flavor can easily overtake a dish. You can always add more later. Cumin is favored by vegetarian and vegan cooks as it adds a savory, meaty quality to dishes. Uses: Since cumin is a member of the carrot family, it’s only natural to use it in this carrot soup recipe. The spice also plays well with cabbage, parsnip, eggplant, onions, peppers, tomatoes, potatoes, pomegranate, dates, rice, beans, lentils, lamb, beef, chicken, and venison
  • Extra Virgin Pumpkin Seed Oil
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    • Extra Virgin Pumpkin Seed Oil
    • Extra Virgin Pumpkin Seed Oil

    • 34Fr
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    • Sourced locally and sold per ml Pumpkin seed oil is the oil extracted from the seeds of a pumpkin or Cucurbita maxima. Research suggests pumpkin seed oil can prevent and reverse hair loss, ease menopause symptoms, improve prostate and heart health, and treat overactive bladder. Just a few drops of this fine oil rounds off any salad, dip, dressing, soup, such as delicious pumpkin soup or even green smoothies. The Virgin Pumpkin Seed Oil is not suitable for frying and should only be carefully heated. In cosmetics, it is used in cosmetics as an ingredient in skin creams, lotions, balms, and massage oils
  • ASHANTI-Q Growth Cream
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    • ASHANTI-Q Growth Cream
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    • ASHANTI-Q Growth Cream

    • 3,500Fr
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    • Sourced from Kenya  The word ASHANTI means undefeated while the letter Q stands for Queen, in full Ashanti Q means ‘The Undefeated Queen’. Uses: The potent essential oils increase blood flow to the scalp, strengthen roots, and awaken hair follicles. Benefits: Reduces your hair fall and promote hair growth by addressing the root cause. Penetrates the roots of your hair when you apply it to the scalp and helps in promoting hair growth. The essential oils and extracts present in the cream increase blood flow to the scalp and makes the roots strong. How to Use: Split dry hair into sections and apply growth cream directly onto the scalp from roots to end evenly. Style as desired. Apply directly onto scalp when in protective hairstyles like cornrows, weaves and wigs. Active Ingredients: Castor Oil, Vitamin Blend, Unique blend of 9 natural essential oils. 200 gms PROMO: BUY ANY ASHANTI-Q PRODUCT AND GET 200ML AMARA ANTIBACTERIAL HAND SANITISER, FREE  
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