Local Alchemy has a limited supply of Neem infused Coconut Oil available. This oil is great at healing all kinds of skin conditions that have not responded to other treatments. Neem is very popular in India but it is also used medicinally in Khmer culture and grows widely in Cambodia. Initial reports from the testers… Continue reading Neem Infused Coconut Oil
When using silver to treat long term conditions, dosage and duration are important. To get the most out of the 600 mL bottle, drink 20 mL in the morning and before bed. Done daily this provides a 15 day cleanse that is gentle. Consistency helps too of course. Alternatively, a ten day cleanse can be… Continue reading Large Bottle Silver Solution for One or Two Week Cleanse
What is it?! Silver is an antibiotic older than penicillin. It works on sustained contact to stop infections and promote healing. Unlike other antibiotics, viruses and bacteria cannot develop a resistance to silver. And it is 100% non-toxic to human cells. The environment of Cambodia, and SE Asia in general, can be aggressively infectious. Traveling… Continue reading Nanoparticle Silver is available in Kampot!
Poi is a staple food of the Polynesian Islands with centuries of use. Also see: How to Make Poi. Treats obesity, diabetes and heart disease Recommended for infants, for the aged, the convalescent or anyone with a weakened digestive system recovering from malnutrition 98.8% digestible carbohydrate ( healthy carbs do exist ) Contains more probiotics… Continue reading Eight Amazing Reasons to Eat Poi
Phytic acid is the unknown nutritional thief that sends many people into malnutrition. Traditional food preparation dealt with it by transforming the phytic acid into bioavailable phosphorous. Phytic acid’s positive role in plant reproduction is to protect the dry or unsprouted seed and store bound nutrients for when the plant starts to grow. So the… Continue reading Got Phytic Acid?
Acquire a kilo or two of fresh taro root, which is more accurately called a taro “corm”. It is worth noting that similar plant corms will work too, like Eddoe. One or two kilos of taro root is usually plenty. Wash all the mud off, remove the little tendrils that come off the main bulb.… Continue reading How to Make Poi
It is definitely mango season in Kampot. The mangoes are cheap, abundant and juicy. Eating at least a kilo per day is recommended.