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Grapefruit Applecider Vinegar Diet Capsules

August 1, 2009

Grapefruit Applecider Vinegar Diet Capsules



This is a supplement that provides you with several essential nutrients for health. It has become popular for its use as a weight loss product, but it supplies much more in the way of nutrient content than most weight loss products, due to the fact that it hits the very core of what controls our metabolism, the thyroid! GRAPEFRUIT & APPLECIDER VINEGAR contains a synergistic combination of kelp, lecithin, cider vinegar, and vitamin B-6. Of particular interest in this formula is the kelp (Alga Marina), or we should say the type of kelp. Alga Marina has been found to decrease the number of calories being absorbed into the body from any food eaten after taking it.

Vitamin B6

Also known as Pyridoxine. B-6 is an essential water-soluble vitamin `B` vitamin that aids in the production of healthy red blood cells and is needed to release energy from the food we eat. Since we do not store water soluble nutrients in the body, it must be obtained daily from either our food or supplements.


The Lecithin in GRAPEFRUIT & APPLECIDER VINEGAR helps to support the liver and aids in the metabolism of fat. As a mixture of phospholipids (types of component fats), it assists the body in its ability to emulsify (break into smaller pieces) fat so it can be utilized more effectively. It also contains phosphatidyl choline; which has been shown to nourish the brain. Lecithin is used to strengthen the heart and helps to prevent the build up of cholesterol and fatty deposits in the blood vessels. **

Apple cider vinegar

ACV has been used for hundreds of years as a folk remedy for many ailments. It is a strong acid that when taken causes an alkaline reaction in the body, which may have a direct effect on the bodies ability to eliminate stored water (water weight). ACV contains lactic acid, amino acids, propionic acid, acetic acid, enzymes, potash and apple pectin, trace elements and minerals such as phosphorous, calcium, sodium, fluorine, silicon, potassium, magnesium, iron, sulfur, chlorine and copper , vitamins – A, B1, B2, B6, C, E, beta-carotene and flavanoids. All of these nutrients work together and have a direct effect on our over health and ability to function normally.

Sweet Sunnah’s` GRAPEFRUIT & APPLECIDER VINEGAR is not a typical stimulant weight loss product; it works with the body to achieve a specific goal. **


Nigell Lean herbal Metabolic Fat Burner

June 11, 2009

Nigell Lean herbal

What makes our Metabolic Fat Burner so effective is its unique formulation of active ingredients that attacks not just one or two of the major factors in weight gain but helps gently and naturally accelerate your body’s natural fat burning processes

Nigel Lean helps in the following ways:

Helps Accelerate Conversion of Food to Energy (Vitamin B6)

Vitamin B6 helps accelerate the conversion of the food you eat into energy in your body. Whenever you eat something, some of the food will be used by your body as energy, some will be discarded as waste and the remainder will be stored by your body as fat. When you lack Vitamin B6 your body has trouble converting food to energy; it must therefore store what it doesn’t burn as Fat! Sweet Sunnah’s formulation of the highest quality Vitamin B6 helps ensure that your body efficiently converts the food you eat in to energy so it doesn’t t get stored as fat.

Helps Increase Metabolism to Burn More Calories (Herbal Thermogenic Blend)

The key to any weight loss program is your metabolism. The faster your metabolism, the faster your body burns calories. The specialised combination of Sweet Sunnah Herbal Thermogenic Blend, made up of a special blend including Korean Ginseng Root Extract and Garcinea Cambogia Fruit Extract, goes directly to the source by kicking your metabolism into high gear. Garcinia Cambogia and Citrus Aurantium Extract have been shown to modulate blood fat levels which lead to increased energy and a higher functioning metabolism to help keep your body’s s fat burning ability running high.

Helps Convert Stored Fat to Energy (Green Tea Extract)

We realize that the biggest goal of any weight loss program is to burn the fat off your body. A natural way to aid in this transfer of stored fat to metabolic energy is Green Tea Extract. Studies have found that Green Tea Extract has Thermogenic properties that actually promote fat oxidation in the body. This means that it helps convert fat into energy.

Helps Control Carbohydrate Cravings (Chromium)

One of the main reasons diets fail is because of cravings- particularly carbohydrate cravings. In order to help curb these, Sweet Sunnah’s Metabolic Fat Burner includes Chromium. Chromium is the mineral that helps the body maintain normal blood sugar levels. By controlling and regulating one’s blood sugar levels, carbohydrate cravings can be reduced.

Helps Reduce Bloating and Water Retention (Water Balance Complex)

A significant obstacle to fast weight loss is water retention. The cells in your body hold on to water and that can lead to bloating and even slow your weight loss down. The specially formulated Water Balance Complex aids the promotion of health digestion and elimination. It is comprised of Uva Ursi which supports the kidneys and urinary tract. Juniper Berry which promotes a natural increase in urine volume, Dandelion Root which stimulates digestion and aids in the expulsion of waste, and Bucha Leaf which is a natural diuretic. Together they form a powerful weapon to combat water weight gain.*

* These statements have not been approved by the FDA.*This statement has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.


Take 2 tablets daily with a light breakfast to help accelerate your body’s natural fat burning process. One month supply. Allow several weeks for full benefit. The use of natural products provides progressive but long-lasting results.

Organic Soap-Black Seed Eczema Care Soap

May 23, 2009

Black Seed Eczema Care Soap

What is eczema?

Type of Eczema

Type of Eczema

Also called dermatitis, eczema is a noncontagious skin inflammation that produces itchy, red, rashlike areas. These occur on the face, scalp, wrists, and hands, as well as at the crease of the elbows, in back of the knees and sometimes elsewhere on the body. The word eczema means “boiled” in Greek, because in its early stages, the skin does indeed have a bubbly appearance. Eczema can spread or worsen if you scratch the affected areas. And persistent scratching or rubbing can bring on chronic eczema, with its distinctive dark, thickened, scaly red patches.

Most causes of eczema is unknown. Food allergies play a large part in most instances. Frequently eggs, wheat cereals, milk and certain fruits or berries. Lack of sunshine, fresh air, and constipation may be contributing factors.

There are different types of eczema, some classified by causes, others by specific symptoms. Atopic dermatitis is marked by a hypersensitivity, or allergy, to a food, inhalant, or other common substance that doesn’t bother most people. It tends to be genetically linked, affecting individuals with a family history of hay fever, asthma, or eczema. Flaking and scaling on the face and scalp are typical of seborrheic dermatitis, while contact dermatitis produces an acute local rash after someone sensitive to it comes in contact with an irritant (say, the nickel in jewelry or the oil on a poison ivy leaf).

Many cases of eczema respond to soothing moisturizers and various nutrients, but sometimes secondary bacterial infections can invade the irritated skin, and these may have to be treated with prescription antibiotics. A separate type of eczema, stasis dermatitis, affects the lower legs and ankles and is associated with insufficient circulation of blood in those areas.

Eczema may occur at any age but most frequently in infants. Most commonly on the face, but can appear on other parts of the body. It causes severe itching, burning, and stinging of the skin. Sometimes it begins with pimple like rash which develops into larger blisters filled with water. Usually the skin dries up and forms little scales that itch intensely. There are two kinds of eczema, dry and moist or weeping eczema. Both forms are usually worse during the winter months.

Our Eczema Care Soap

Eczema Care Soap

Eczema Care Soap

A gentle but effective unscented bar soap fortified with botanicals to soothe irritated skin conditions. Ideal for eczema, psoriasis and those with sensitive skin. Moisturising & Hypo-Allergenic.

How To Use Black Seed Eczema Care Soap

Use a small amount of soap when bathing. Keep the water temperature cool or warm, not hot. Soaking in the tub for a short time can be good for your skin because the skins outer layer can absorb water and become less dry. Soak for 15 to 20 minutes. Then use a soft towel to pat your skin dry without rubbing. Immediately after drying, apply a moisturizer to your skin. This helps seal in the moisture.Reed More here Organic Soap-Black Seed Eczema Care Soap

How To Use Neem Oil As An Eczema Remedy

You have to avoid soap based cleansers, because they dry the skin. This includes neem soap, which is great for other skin conditions, but not for eczema!

Rather use soap free cream cleansers, neem creams, neem lotion, salve/ointment. Neem products for eczema can contain both neem oil and neem leaf extract. (The neem leaves are often overlooked by Westerners, yet it is the neem leaf that is used in traditional Ayurvedic medicine to treat skin disorders like eczema.)

You can also mix neem oil with bath water. Dermatologist recommend bathing over showering. (Only luke warm baths! And don’t add any bubble bath or perfumed stuff etc. You’d regret it…)

To maximize the hydrating effect of the bath on eczema add the neem oil towards the end. Or add neem leaf extract right at the start (make a strong cup of tea from fresh or dried neem leaves).

Use a neem cream or neem lotion immediately afterwards on your still moist skin (to lock in the moisture). A lotion or cream is a lot more effective in restoring the skin barrier than a bath is.

There is no point in rubbing straight neem oil on eczema and expecting miracles. Straight neem oil is pretty strong stuff. If skin is already irritated, and in eczema it sure is, you may even get a contact dermatitis like reaction. In other words, it could make things worse!

Also, not all neem oils are made equal. Raw, cold-pressed neem oil is a natural product (and stinks!), but many neem oils for sale are refined extracts, and some of them may contain solvent residues. Bad!

Ideally you should get neem products that have been especially developed for eczema and similar skin disorders.

Do your homework before buying any neem oil for eczema, or any neem products. What you want is a good, totally natural, chemical free product. Not some chemical based lotion that has a bit of token neem oil or neem extract added to it.

Most sellers of neem oil products are proud of the quality of their natural and organic products, and they’ll tell you exactly what’s in them. They will also tell you where their neem oil comes from and how it was processed.

If you can’t find out the ingredients, don’t use the stuff. Simple as that.

Neem Leaves For ECZEMA

Neem Leaves For ECZEMA

History of Black Seed

May 21, 2009

Nigella sativa (Black Seed) was discovered in Tutankhamen’s tomb, implying that it played an important role in ancient Egyptian practices. Although its exact role in Egyptian culture is not known, we do know that items entombed with a king were carefully selected to assist him in the afterlife.

The earliest written reference to black seed is found in the book of Isaiah in the Old Testament. Isaiah contrasts the reaping of black cumin with wheat: For the black cumin is not threshed with a threshing sledge, nor is a cart wheel rolled over the cumin, but the black cumin is beaten out with a stick, and the cumin with a rod. (Isaiah 28:25,27 NKJV). Easton’s Bible Dictionary clarifies that the Hebrew word for black cumin, “ketsah,” refers to “without doubt the Nigella sativa, a small annual of the order Ranunculaceae which grows wild in the Mediterranean countries, and is cultivated in Egypt and Syria for its seed.”

Dioscoredes, a Greek physician of the 1st century, recorded that black seeds were taken to treat headaches, nasal congestion, toothache, and intestinal worms. They were also used, he reported, as a diuretic to promote menstruation and increase milk production.

The Muslim scholar al-Biruni (973-1048), who composed a treatise on the early origins of Indian and Chinese drugs, mentions that the black seed is a kind of grain called alwanak in the Sigzi dialect. Later, this was confirmed by Suhar Bakht who explained it to be habb-i-Sajzi (viz. Sigzi grains). This reference to black seed as “grains” points to the seed’s possible nutritional use during the tenth and eleventh centuries.

In the Greco-Arab/Unani-Tibb system of medicine, which originated from Hippocrates, his contemporary Galen and Ibn Sina, black seed has been regarded as a valuable remedy in hepatic and digestive disorders and has been described as a stimulant in a variety of conditions, ascribed to an imbalance of cold humours.

What is Black Seed?

May 19, 2009

Black Seed Oil

Black Seed Oil

An annual herbaceous plant, black seed (Nigella sativa) is believed to be indigenous to the Mediterranean region but has been cultivated into other parts of the world including Saudi Arabia, northern Africa and parts of Asia.

Tiny and hairy, being no more than 3mm in length, black seed originates from the common fennel flower plant (Nigella sativa) of the buttercup (Ranunculaceae) family. Nigella sativa is sometimes mistakenly confused with the fennel herb plant (Foeniculum vulgare).

The plant has finely divided foliage and pale bluish purple or white flowers. The flowers grow terminally on its branches while the leaves grow opposite each other in pairs, on either side of the stem. Its lower leaves are small and petiole, and the upper leaves are long (6-10cm). The stalk of the plant reaches a height of twelve to eighteen inches as its fruit, the black seed, matures.

Nigella sativa reproduces with itself and forms a fruit capsule which consists of many white trigonal seeds. Once the fruit capsule has matured, it opens up and the seeds contained within are exposed to the air, becoming black in color (black seeds).