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Sunflower Acres

About Sunflower Acres:


I have finally found one name for everything that I make, and grow. Since the Sunflowers were here when we bought the land, it is only right to call it Sunflower Acres.

I am determined to make everything we use on a daily basis out of natural ingredients, and share it with co-op members. We have so many toxic chemicals forced on us every day, at least I can eliminate the toxins in the products I use and sell.

In my mission to lead a less toxic, self sufficient lifestyle, I started making natural soap. Handcrafted Enchanted Rain Soap and *Shampoo Bars, and Salt Bars are our latest addition. I'm very excited to offer Cold and Hot process lye soap made the old way, with pure rain water from our rain barrels, made on the tailgate of my truck when weather permits. Also natural Shampoo Bars with shea butter and hair-nourishing luxury oils made with the hot process. In my quest to make natural conditioner, I designed a great recipe for shampoo bars. Now my hair is cleaner, grew longer and rarely needs conditioner, problem solved!

*Please help share my Kickstarter link if you have time: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/962336836/rainwater-shampoo-bar-and-beer-salt-bar-soap. I am expanding my business. It runs until June 29, 2017. Thank you!

*We accept Special Custom Orders on hot process Dark Side Beer, Chamomile Shampoo Bars, Lemon Grass Shampoo Bars, Pina Colada Shampoo Bars, or Salt Bars with a minimum purchase of 8 bars. They will be ready by the next order cycle. Contact me if you are interested.

Other natural products I make include: Calendula and Comfrey Oil, Natural Deodorant, Whipped Calendula Shea Butter, Natural Autumn Spice All Purpose Cleaner, Powdered Laundry Detergent. I also offer Healthy Pooch DIY Dog Treat Mix, Herb and Flower Seeds, Trees, DIY Seed Packet Kits, DIY Mini Survival Stove eBooks, actual Mini Survival Stoves, Soda Can Lanterns, and branch bird feeders.

I started making dog treats for my old German Shorthair, Earl (The Duke of Earl was his real name), to be sure he gets nutrition in his diet. Old Earl has left us now. Our Pom, Little Bear just couldn't get enough of them, and he was a very, very picky eater!

We now have Dog Treat Mix, so you can make them yourself if you want to save money and have a fun family baking day. You can add any flavor you have on hand: Chicken, Beef, Veggies, Fish, (try not to use Tuna, studies have found unsafe levels of Mercury in to many of the cans tested), Salmon, or Mackerel. The mix will make 1 1/2 pounds or more. Cut them in fun shapes or just use a pizza cutter to cut squares.

According to the ASPCA website, dogs need 3 food groups in their diet: Meat, Grains, & Vegetables. To find out more information on care and feeding you can go to aspca.org. You will see which foods are good and bad for our 4 legged friends. They say treats should only consist of 10% of your pets diet.

I now have some fun recycled products:

I am always trying to think of new ways to recycle.
Organic Wheatgrass planted in recycled soda bottles for a mini greenhouse.
Mini Survival stoves made from recycled Soda cans and DIY eBooks to make you own Mini Stove with wire stand for preppers, power outages, emergencies, camping, hiking, etc.
Soda Can Light, or mini eBook to make as many as you want. Great for power outages, camping, or relaxing on the deck.
DIY Seed Packet Kits you can make from seed catalogs, gift wrap, or greeting cards
Denim planters from recycled jeans
Leg Warmers and Infinity Scarves made from recycled sweaters, seasonal

General Practices:

Seeds, Live Plants, and Trees:
No chemicals are ever used on any of the plants. Sometimes we add Fish emulsion or Kelp and crushed eggshells to the plants to recycle, and give the plants nutrition. They are also fed home made fertilizer with dry Banana peels and dried farm fresh egg shells.

Laundry Detergent and Autumn Spice All Purpose Cleaner: In order to help the environment, the containers are different size recycled laundry jugs. Our natural laundry detergent is safe for septic systems, front loading and HE washing machines, and the environment.

Homemade Soap/Shampoo Bars: Made with natural ingredients, and we recycle just about everything here, including rainwater to make our soap! However, due to popular demand and to offer fragrances that Nature does not provide, I am adding a few soaps and shampoo bars with fragrance oils in our 'Mostly Natural' line.

Everything I make is first tested on us, never on animals, for quality before offering for sale. If you are not happy with anything, please let us know. And if you are, let us know too!

Highlights:

* Seed SALE! Save money on seeds, stock up for planting season.
* Look for Special Sale items here and there.

New Products: Magnesium Oil Body Spray, Orange Shandy Beer Shampoo Bars/Soap, Flower Seeds, Natural Hand Sanitizer Thieves Inspired Essential Oil*2 oz. purse size spray now with Colloidal Silver water, Chia Dark Chocolate and Fruity Energy Bar Recipes plus Bonus Recipe Raw Chocolate, and more.

Outdoor: Mini Survival Stove/Stand/Recipes DIY eBook Make your own Mini Survival Stove and Stand, Soda Can Light/Lantern eBook for power outages

Popular Items: Orange Shandy & Dark Side Beer Shampoo Bars, Fragrance Free Vegan Shampoo Bars (New round shape)
Morning Glory seeds you can plant indoors to brighten your home. The Morning Glories bloom all winter indoors.

Wholesale seeds available.

Ingredients:

Health & Beauty: Soap and Shampoo Bars made with food grade lye and pure rain water from rain barrels that I made, plus some of the following: Olive oil, Shea Butter, Cocoa Butter, Coconut oil, Sunflower oil, Vegetable oil, Lard, food grade lye, Beer, herbs for coloring, and pure essential oils. 'Mostly Natural' soaps and shampoo bars contain a very small amount of fragrance oils that nature does not provide, such as Honey Almond, Bayberry, Pina Colada, etc.

Sunflower Acres skin care products are all Sulfate Free, Phthalate free, DEA free, Paraben free, Formaldehyde free, PEG Free, non GMO, and contain no artificial coloring.

Homemade Laundry Detergent: Grated natural vegetable base soap, Borax, Baking Soda, now with Washing Soda
Ingredients in Borax: Borax is the common name for sodium tetraborate: a naturally occurring substance produced by the repeated evaporation of seasonal lakes.

20 Mule Team® Borax is 100% natural, and 99.5% pure (there is about a half of 1% of naturally occurring trace minerals). Once removed from the ground it is washed, dried, and boxed.

All of the products list ingredients in the descriptions. To many to list here!

Product Types:

SPECIALS!Shampoo Bars,Soap,Seeds,Magnesium Oil,Mini Stove,Calendula Oil,Lotion Bars,Deodorant,Natural Cleaner,Dog Treats
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5387 4 OMG! Delicious Healthy Chia Dark Chocolate Energy Bar Recipe*Free Bonus
$2.30 / email recipe Production not specified non-refrigerated
Are you trying to eat healthy on the run? Have you noticed that most energy bars are made with sodium and added sugar? The solution, just make your own!

I have to share these 2 simple, no bake energy bar recipes that taste great and are packed full of nutrients. You can whip them up, wrap individual bars in waxed paper or parchment, and grab one on the way out the door all week long. Kids should love them too, I think.
You can easily modify the recipes to suit your needs and taste.

Recipe #1 Fruity Chia Energy Bars
Recipe #2 Dark Chocolate Chia Energy Bars
Free Bonus Recipe: Raw Chocolate (with no sugar)
You will also receive easy instructions to make Chia gel.

Recipes will be emailed to you on delivery day. Please send me the email address you want it sent to in the comment section.
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4744 11 Soda Can Stove DIY eBook + 7 Recipes~For Preppers, Campers, Hikers,Hunters
$3.89 / eBook Production not specified non-refrigerated
Never skip a hot meal during a power outage, boil safe water for drinking, make tea or coffee.

Hikers have been using these dependable mini stoves made from recycled soda cans for years because they weigh less than an ounce and cook a meal for 2 in 10 minutes or so. They last a long time due to no moving parts.

I spent 3-4 days (snowed in) researching everything I could find on making these mini stoves and put it all together to be the most efficient.

This listing is for the illustrated DIY eBook I wrote with easy instructions to make your own Soda Can Stove with liner, Simmer Lid, and Chicken wire pot stand, plus 7 delicious recipes (including Pizza).

I cooked Pizza and Apple Cobbler on the stove in the listing below, in a clearing in the snow. I was surprised how hot it got! The Apples were boiling in 7-10 minutes. It was delicious by the way. It took a little tweeking to get it right. I will tell you exactly how to make them, how to use them, 7 easy recipes, which fuel to use for the best results, plus safety tips. It looks like a toy but it's a real stove, adults only please.

Soda Can Stoves are great for:
Emergencies
Power outages
Picnics
Camping
Hunters
Bikers
Hikers
Preppers
Cook outs

Make several, they are so quick and easy, and give to family and friends.

3 mini stoves set together will cook a meal for several people. You can easily make a larger pot stand for 3 stoves because you know your neighbors are going to smell your cooking during a power outage and come over to eat. You may want to have a few extras made up to give to them.

This illustrated eBook which includes 7 easy recipes will be sent by email. I will need your email address to send it as an attachment.

Customer service after the sale is included. Feel free to ask me any questions you may have while you are making your mini stove.
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