Mon. Dec 4th, 2023

The Alchemist’s Kitchen is committed to bringing health and wellness into the lives of all of those who they come in contact with through their extraordinary collection of high quality botanical medicines, herbal remedies, and whole plant beauty products. They are excited to introduce to the community their new seasonal and staff pics! Join them as they celebrate artisanship, sustainability, and conscious living with the introduction of these new products. 

The Alchemist’s Kitchen is proud to launch the New & Happening Collection where visitors can easily browse the latest product introductions and popular staff picks. Looking to try one of the latest trends in health and wellbeing but unsure of where to start or which products to try first, consider trying these latest creations. Launching the New & Happening Collection helps to attain their goal of helping the community stay informed and updated to the trending highlights of their carefully-crafted health and wellness products.

This collection features a plethora of high-quality products but among the personal favorites is Everyday Oil Mainstay Blend. This mysterious blend of fragrant organic oils can be used on the face, hair, and body! They take pride in the excellent curation put towards the creation of this self-care oil made with lavender, cold-pressed organic coconut oil, olive oil, argan oil, jojoba oil, castor oil, and steam-distilled essential oils. Everyday Oil boosts cell and collagen production, eases inflammation, alleviates acne, all while preventing hyper-pigmentation. To reap the full benefits of this product, apply generous amounts of the oil to freshly washed skin or hair and allow it to soak in. Do this everyday and be amazed at how it can make hair soft and shiny while giving the skin a youthful glow!

Another must-try product is the Summer Solstice Serum. This miracle serum is made with 100% Biodynamic and wild-harvested ingredients, so it should come as no surprise that it offers a holistic and luxurious experience! Summer Solstice Serum is formulated with antioxidants and anti-inflammatory compounds to ensure a cooling and relaxing effect that is perfect for those seeking to cleanse and nourish their skin. Brighten and detoxify the skin with just a few droplets of this serum. Using the dropper, put the desired amount of serum onto the palm of the hands and rub it together to warm up and activate the precious botanicals. Then, apply liberally to the face, neck, or body. When used as a cleanser, apply 5-7 drops of the serum to the hands and gently rub it on the face for up to 10 minutes. Finally, wipe the excess product with a damp, warm cloth and apply a finishing layer for hydration. For best results, we recommend using the Organic Rose Toner together with this product.

Last but definitely not the least on the list this season is the highly recommended Defend 14 – Immunity Boosting Mushroom Capsules. Each capsule packs the power of the specially blended pantheon of 14 US-grown medicinal mushrooms for optimal health and immunity. With 1,000 mg of mushrooms per capsule, it ensures that one can achieve holistic health benefits such as a fortified immune system, positive mood, enhanced cognitive functioning, as well as antioxidant and anxiolytic effects to name a few. To reap the full benefits of this boosting mushroom capsule, take 1-2 capsules per day, preferably with a meal or as directed by a healthcare professional. Each bottle contains 60 capsules, each with 1,000 mg of the active compound.

Curious about more? Visit The Alchemist’s Kitchen’s New and Happening page now and browse the new creations, answer all of those mysterious and witchy questions, and become part of the community. 

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The Alchemist’s Kitchen
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119 Crosby Street
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By Arlene Huff

Arlene Huff is the founding member of Golden State Online. Before that She was a general assignment reporter. A native Californian, she graduated from the University of California with a degree in medical anthropology and global health. She currently lives in Los Angeles.

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