CLBA announces EcoSpirit
brand plant products for religious use.
How It Works
All are local
grown. They are handpicked for their quality in clean environments. These are
not roadside dirty plants or plants fighting for their lives. They are clean
healthy plants. Each plant is religiously respected and...honored before taking
They are individually and
carefully placed in new transport bags. Each bag goes to a clean storage area
and monitored during their natural drying process.
Once the mature dry state
kicks-in, they are individually machine pulverized. The powder is stored in protective
containers. Each label is put on the single bags by hand. Each bag is manually
filled with the powder. Every single bag lot is stored in protective containers
and not exposed until shipping or retail display takes place.
EcoSpirit products are total
sweat equity with religious respect and from the old school heart! Excess
material is not wasted. It is used as compost for our farm program.
Babalu Mix & Sandbox Tree
Community Farm Program makes a progressive contribution introducing EcoSpirit
brand products. The growing inventory of ready to use sacred plants are 100%
local grown, selected and handled with religious respect, 100% pure without
additives, and inspected by Oba Pichardo.
EcoSpirit [brand] has also
added Bo Tree/Alamo to its inventory!!
[brand] is growing its inventory of plant products for religious use. The new
Elegba mix contains 21 herbs!
EcoSpirit just added Osun mix
to the inventory. Includes moruro and pata de gallina!!
Urban Sacred Forest furthers our learning not only of plant
identification and songs but also their odu of origin. The DVD gives us:
Closeup presentation of 18 key plants and leaves used in the
most common osains.
Each plant is identified
by: Spanish common name Lukumí name Yoruba name where
available Latin scientific
name English name(s) Orisha owners of
each plant The multiple odu of
Ifá in which the plant appears
Twenty one (21) Osayin songs are sung over the course of the
You can follow the songs with carefully transcribed many
more essential songs are represented that we have not yet learned to use. Each Osain song is identified with its origin in particular
odu of Ifá.