The Latest Cedarwood Essential Oil

Introducing our newest cedarwood oil to add to your collection – Cedarwood Oil – Himalayan! The evergreen Cedrus deodara, more commonly known as Himalayan cedar or deodar cedar, is a native species of tree in the Himalayan Mountain region. The Himalayan cedar is the national tree of Pakistan and the state tree of Himachal Pradesh,…

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New: Conventional Garlic Oil

Last year, we added Organic Garlic Oil to our catalog. If you’re one to avoid the higher price tag that comes with certified organic products, our new conventional variety of Garlic Oil is for you! Garlic enhances any meal and is found as a culinary staple in many cultures. Before modern medicine, garlic was among…

NEW: Ho Wood Oil and Ho Leaf Oil

We’re delighted to add these two new products, expanding our essential oil catalog even further: Ho Leaf Oil and Ho Wood Oil! Both of these oils come from the tree Cinnamomum camphora linalooliferum. If that tree sounds at all familiar, it’s because it is also the source of our White Camphor Oil! While derived from…

When the Sun Comes Out to Play, the Skin Has a Say: Organic Aloe Vera Powder

Aloe Vera (aloe barbadensis) is one of the oldest and most known natural folk remedies. Native to eastern and southern Africa, aloe grows wild in tropical climates and is extensively cultivated worldwide for its potential healing properties, especially treating sunburns or discomforting skin conditions. This well-known succulent plant has been used for medicinal purposes for centuries,…

Jedwards Adapts to Supply Chain Snags

Global trade has become an essential part of creating consumer goods in the 21st century. Much of the world’s global trade occurs in seaports with gigantic cargo ships that can haul up to 24,000 steal containers. Sea ports are a nexus within the supply chain system. They foster much of the interaction between production and consumption…

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The Power of the Pomegranate

The pomegranate is an ancient, unique fruit. Originally from the Central and South Asian regions, this fruit has quite the history, having been cultivated for several millennia. It has cultural and religious significance in many parts of the globe. In Ancient Greek mythology, for example, it is the fruit of the dead, connected to Persephone:…

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New: Organic Chocolate Chips – 70% Bittersweet – No Added Sugar

Can’t have sugar? You can still enjoy your favorite chocolatey treats. One of our latest products is Organic Chocolate Chips – 70% Bittersweet – No Sugar Added. Just because there’s no conventional sugar doesn’t mean they aren’t sweetened! These chips contain 3 different types of alternative, natural sweeteners: erythritol, agave inulin, and stevia. Erythritol is…

National Witch Hazel Day

Today is the first National Witch Hazel Day! Considering the popularity of this astringent, it’s surprising we weren’t celebrating sooner. The witch hazel plant has been used for centuries in folk medicine, but it took off in the 19th century when the plant was first steam-distilled and sold. Today, it’s used in a variety of…