The one of a kind Michigan Hand Warmers are made from repurposed wool & filled with rice. These wool hand warmers with the shape of Michigan can be heated in the microwave to keep hands warm or placed in the freezer and used as cold packs. The Wool Michigan Hand Warmers measure 3 1/2 inches by 5 inches and available in a variety of colors.
The one of a kind Wool Hot Pads are repurposed wool sweaters are recycled into a set of kitchen wool hot pads. Wool is a great insulator and works well for deflecting the heat from a hot pot or pan. The Kitchen Wool Hot Pads measure 7 1/2 inches by 7 1/2 inches and available in a variety of colors.
Repurposed Wool Mittens
Wool Michigan Hand Warmers
Kitchen Wool Hot Pads
- Slides with your seat
- Guaranteed to fit your vehicle
- Reduces driver distraction/accidents
Peanut Butter Bites Dog Treats
Cheddar Chews Dog Treats – Heart Shape
Cheddar Chews Dog Treats – Dog Bone Shape
When elderflowers are used for their many skin care benefits they work to lift dirt and oils from your pores, even the skin tone, improve the complexion, heal bruises and burns, balance out any excess oils, and stop break outs. Elderflower infused cream and oils can even be used to reduce inflammation, and it is believed that they can even fade freckles!
Antioxidant ContentElder contains vitamin C, which is important for the health of your skin, blood vessels, tendons and ligaments. It also contains a flavonoid called quercetin, a powerful antioxidant.
Health Benefits of ElderflowerElderflower has been used in traditional medicine all over the world in many different cultures due to its antiseptic and anti-inflammatory properties. Topically, elderflower might help reduce pain and swelling in joints due to some forms of arthritis and is used to stop bleeding.
Active Ingredients in ElderflowerElderflower is rich in bioflavonoids, mostly flavones and flavonols, that are most commonly known for their antioxidant. anti-cancer, anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties. The most abundant flavonols in elderflower are quercetin, isoquercitrin and anthocyanins, which have antiviral properties as well. Triterpenoids, especially ?-amyrin, erythrodiol, and oleanolic acid, are also found in elderflower. These triterpenoids offer a variety of health benefits including analgesic, anti-inflammatory, and anti-cancer effects. References: herbwisdom.com
Pain management isn’t easy. For many people dealing with pain, the side effects of prescription painkillers can make this option less appealing. There’s also the very real fear of getting “hooked” on the drugs. One potential alternative is homeopathic medicine, which, while low on scientific evidence, has been in use for centuries. Arnica is one such example, and has been popular for centuries. Arnica comes from the perennial Arnica montana, a yellow-orangish flower that grows in the mountains of Europe and Siberia. It’s sometimes called the “mountain daisy,” because its color and petals look like the daisy. Creams and ointments made from the flower head can be used to treat muscle soreness and aches, bruising, joint pain and swelling, and inflammation.
Bruising and SurgeryOne of the common uses of arnica is to treat bruises, so it’s popular among people who have recently undergone surgery, especially plastic surgery. Although scientific research is inconclusive on the matter, topical creams and oils are said to help with pain and bruising of the skin. One study on people who underwent a rhytidectomy — a plastic surgery to reduce wrinkles — showed that homeopathic arnica can significantly boost healing. References: healthline.com
Attach beach towel to a lounge chair with a Slip Clip!
Keep pages in place with a Slip Clip!
Attach beach towels on boat rails with a Slip Clip!
Keep your hands free! Attach your bag to your walker with a Slip Clip.
Religious Theme Word Art
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Religious Theme Word Art
Love Theme Word Art
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Love your skin with handcrafted natural soap, bath bombs, bath salts, shower tab steamers, lip balms, lotions, body butters and scrubs. Besides being a nurse, Bev enjoys making handcrafted bath and body products because it’s all her loves in one place – the math, the science, the artistic expression, the designing of each scent and color sensation. It’s art that must be seen, felt and used to experience. For Bev, making soap is amazingly fun and awesome. While researching the additives put into our skincare products, Bev realized how bad they can be for your skin. So she began making handcrafted lotions, lip balms and sugar scrubs. The more she used her handcrafted products, the better her skin got. Bev quit having to slather herself in lotion constantly because her skin was cracking and dry. She quit having redness, rashes and hives. Her skin texture changed, and felt smoother and looked younger. It was amazing. Bev tries to keep her bath and body products as natural as they can be. Preservatives are used because germs are real and pretty harmful. Mica colorants or liquid dyes (fd&c approved for cosmetic) are used unless she uses natural herbs or spices for colorants. You will find essential oils in a lot of Bev’s Bath and Body Products. Love your skin and begin using Bev’s Body Bar Bath & Body Products!
Update! Hoodies are now available. Also tshirts, long sleeve shirts, and hoodie available with Michigan Geese Design. Check it out!
Backwoods Mustard Company creates Michigan-made craft mustard utilizing family recipes with a focus on tradition, Michigan, and the Great Outdoors. The end result… a truly unique product that is a reflection of the craftsman’s creativity, dedication, and love for the craft itself. Backwoods Mustard Company began with Sweet Jalapeno Mustard that was literally born in the backwoods of Northern Michigan! It’s a family deer camp recipe that dates back two generations. Since then, it’s migrated from deer camp to become a staple in every outdoor outing. As you can see in the photo, Ted Nugent gives Backwoods Mustard Sweet Jalapeno a “thumbs up”!
The Sweet Jalapeno Mustard has a sweet start with a mild jalapeno burn. As you enjoy this camp classic, you can imagine the stories its heard while being passed around an evening’s camp fire. The Honey Habanero Mustard is made with pure Michigan honey. You will love this hot mustard’s combination of sweet and heat. This award winning mustard can now be found at Michigan Made Products & Gifts.