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Luxurious Seaweed Bath - Smithereen Farm - Certified Organic

Luxurious Seaweed Bath - Smithereen Farm - Certified Organic

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Many people love bathing in seaweed - Smithereen Farm does - either off the tip of their peninsula or after the sauna in the shade of the apple trees. Smithereen Farm made this bath kit so that you, too, can benefit from the healing properties of  native seaweeds. Boil hot water and brew a large batch of tea while drawing the bath. Bring the tea and the pouch to the bath, and relax! Large size makes 3-4 baths Ingredients: *cobscook rockweed, *cobscook bladderwrack, *sweet fern *certified organic

Contained in organic cotton bath tea bag

Dimensions: 14″ x 8″ x 4″ (35.6 x 20.3 x 10.2 cm) • Weight: 4 oz (113.4 g)

About Smithereen Farm

Smithereen Farm is a MOFGA certified organic farm located on Cobscook Bay, on Maine’s border with Canada. The 150 acre farm and 60 acre blueberry lands are located end of the Leighton point peninsula, famous for a tidal whitewater phenomena called “Reversing Falls” - a place of majestic natural beauty and critical habitat for migrating birds- it’s well suited for organic farming and wildcrafting on both land and sea. We tend a large collection of heritage fruit trees for hard cider and vinegar. We also manage herb gardens, gather wild ocean seaweeds, make jam from woodland and hedgerow fruit, coastal roses, and collect + air dry meadow and forest herbs for tea, tinctures, cushions, condiment and soup mix… We own and manage a MOFGA certified patch of wild Maine blueberries for U-Pick and jamming, and about ¼ acre of strawberries and cane fruit. We harvest chaga mushrooms in our birch forests, and have begun a small oyster and seaweed farming operation in Schooner cove just out back of the farm. Come visit! (www. smithereenfarm.com) the weather in summer is breezy and cool, autumn brings colors: purple asters, dark red roses, goldenrod waving. Stay in the beautiful tent platforms, use the timber frame kitchen and tipis for family holiday and blueberrying...plus weekend and weeklong workshops and ‘naturalist adventure’ camps, with sailing, clamming, hiking, kayaking, biking and wild food adventures galore.


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