Aloe, Coconut and (CBD) Facts


Just Pure Organic

 We sell only pure and natural products for making your skin healthy.

     We grow our own plants and only harvest enough to keep the plants healthy, so with that being said yes we cut and fillet the the leaves to remove the skin and blend them only until the cells just become separated. We do blend some other  natural extracts for add skin healing and aromatic scents 

They are then placed in our convenient 8 oz pump containers

1. It treats sunburn. 

Aloe Vera helps with sunburn through its powerful healing activity at the epithelial level of the skin, a layer of cells that cover the body. It acts as a protective layer on the skin and helps replenish its moisture. Because of its nutritional qualities and antioxidant properties, the skin heals quicker.

2. It acts as a moisturizer. 

Aloe moisturizes the skin without giving it a greasy feel, so it`s perfect for anyone with an oily skin complexion. For women who use mineral-based make-up, aloe vera acts as a moisturizer and is great for the face prior to the application to prevents skin drying. For men: Aloe vera gel can be used as an aftershave treatment as its healing properties can treat small cuts caused by shaving.

3. It treats acne. 

Aloe vera gel contains two hormones: Auxin and Gibberellins. These two hormones provide wound healing and anti-inflammatory properties that reduce skin inflammation. Giberellin in aloe vera acts as a growth hormone stimulating the growth of new cells. It allows the skin to heal quickly and naturally with minimal scarring. 

Aloe is soothing and can reduce skin inflammations, blistering and itchiness, while helping the skin to heal more rapidly. Additionally, in Ayurvedic medicine, Aloe is used to effectively heal chronic skin problems, such as psoriasis, acne and eczema.

4. It fights aging. 

As we age, everyone begins to worry about the appearance of fine lines and the loss of elasticity in their skin. Aloe leaves contain a plethora of antioxidants including, beta carotene, vitamin C and E that can help improve the skin's natural firmness and keep the skin hydrated.

5. It lessens the visibility of stretch marks. 

The skin is like one big piece of elastic that’ll expand and contract as needed to accommodate growth. But if the skin stretches too far, too fast (due to pregnancy, rapid weight gain or loss) the elasticity of the skin can be damaged. That’s what leaves those unsightly stretch marks. These marks appear due to minor tears in the layers of the skin caused by sudden and excessive stretching. Aloe vera gel can help hide these stretch marks by healing these wounds.

6. It's nutrient rich for good health. 

This solid material contains over 75 different nutrients including vitamins, minerals, enzymes, sugars, anthraquinones or phenolic compounds, lignin, saponins, sterols, amino acids and salicylic acid. 

7. It soothes in periodontal disease. 

According to a study published in the Journal of Ethnopharmacology, it's extremely helpful in the treatment of gum diseases like gingivitis, periodontitis. It reduces bleeding, inflammation and swelling of the gums. It is a powerful antiseptic in pockets where normal cleaning is difficult, and its antifungal properties help greatly in the problem of denture stomatitis, apthous ulcers, cracked and split corners of the mouth.

It is also said to be useful in treating wounds and burns, minor skin infections, cysts, diabetes, and elevated blood lipids in humans, and shows some promise in treating more serious and persistent conditions such as eczema, genital herpes, dandruff, psoriasis, canker sores, skin ulcers and others,

Aloe vera contains something called proteolytic enzymes which repairs dead skin cells on the scalp. It also acts as a great conditioner and leaves your hair all smooth and shiny. It promotes hair growth, prevents itching on the scalp, reduces dandruff and conditions your hair 

Coconut Oil


1. Body Butter

Skip the chemicals and fake fragrances found in conventional lotions and whip up your own instead. My homemade body butter recipe uses shea butter, coconut oil, jojoba oil and essential oils of your choice for a butter that’s great for your skin. Slather it on after the shower to lock in moisture.

Why does coconut oil for skin work so well? In part, it’s due to the saturated fats that helps the skin stay moisturized, with the fat preventing moisture loss through the skin’s pores. These fats give the skin a healthy, smooth and even tone. (2)

Body scrub

2. Body Scrub

Moisturize while getting rid of dead skin cells by making your own body (or facial) scrub. Just mix coconut oil with coconut sugar to reveal smoother skin. Try it a few times a week.

3. Body Oil

If your skin’s seriously dry, coconut oil for skin is one of the best remedies. Rub coconut oil in hands to warm it up and then use it in lieu of body lotion. Focus on spots like elbows and knees that tend to get even drier than other spots.

4. Cold Sore Treatment

Prone to cold sores? Dabbing coconut oil on them can help speed up healing time, alleviate pain and reduce the risk of scarring or discoloration.

Coconut oil contains three fatty acids —capric, caprylic and lauric acid — that possess both disinfectant and antimicrobial properties, helping to protect against as well as heal microbial infections. (3)


5. Cuticle Oil

Use coconut oil in your next at-home manicure. Rubbing the oil into cuticles helps keep germs at bay and will loosen up cuticles, making them easier to push back or cut.

6. Detox Bath

A good detox bath is a great way to eliminate toxins while allowing your body and mind to unwind. Create a simple detox bath with coconut oil by adding ¼ cup of Epsom salts, great for detoxing, to ¼ cup of coconut oil into a hot bath. For added aromatherapy benefits, include a few drops of your favorite essential oils.

7. Diaper Rash Guard

Using coconut oil for skin eases the pain, itch and redness of diaper rash. Using it regularly can also help keep it at bay. Use about a tablespoon over affected areas.

8. Dry Hands

If washing dishes or tinkering around the tool shed is taking its toll on your hands, coconut oil is a great remedy. Keep a jar by the sink or in the garage to replenish hands. Bonus: Rub coconut oil over hands and then cover with gloves to get skin soft and supple even more quickly.

Face wash

9. Face Wash

With its antimicrobial properties and moisturizing abilities, coconut oil for skin is perfect to clean your face. I love my homemade face wash recipe. It’ll kill any bacteria (goodbye, pimples!) while hydrating skin to keep it looking and feeling vibrant.

10. Homemade Deodorant

If traditional deodorants irritate your skin, using coconut oil is a great alternative. Try my three-ingredient homemade deodorant recipe to make your own at home. It hardens into a natural, healthy alternative to store-bought brands that’ll keep you smelling fresh.

11. Insect Repellent

Put down the toxic chemicals and make your own repellent to keep insects at bay. To make about eight ounces of repellent, simply mix eight ounces of coconut oil with 40 to 50 drops of essential oils; some favorites are citronella, clove, eucalyptus, mint and lemongrass. While you’ll need to reapply throughout the day, you’ll avoid introducing harsh chemicals and toxins into your body.

Lip balm

12. Lip Balm

The simplest products are often loaded with frightening ingredients. Instead of accidentally ingesting toxic chemicals through your lip balm, make your own instead. My homemade lavender mint lip balm gets rid of dry, cracked lips — and toxins — for a lip ice that you can feel safe about using.

13. Makeup Remover

Using coconut oil for skin around the eye area will allow you to remove makeup without fear or irritating your eyes. Plus, you’ll give extra hydration to that sensitive area — and reduce your wrinkles! To use, gently rub coconut oil onto lids and dab off eye makeup with a cotton pad or warm washcloth.

14. Massage Oil

Why purchase expensive massage oils when it’s so easy to make your own? Combining coconut oil with several drops of your favorite essential oil does the job just as well; it’ll alleviate sore muscles while also tickling the senses and encouraging a mindful meditation.

15. Night Cream

Keep your skin hydrating and repairing itself while you sleep by applying coconut oil gently on your face. If you’re prone to acne or have very oily skin, try adding a few drops to your normal moisturizer instead to ramp up hydration without adding too much extra oil. If you’d like to use coconut oil as a daytime moisturizer as well, combine it with sunblock to reap the benefits throughout the day without risking sun damage.


16. Scalp Moisture

Dry, flaky scalp got you down? Using coconut oil for hair and scalp will keep the area moisturized, discouraging dandruff growth and keeping hair looking shiny. If you have dry ends as well, rub some oil on them to provide deep conditioning.

17. Shaving Gel

Get a close, smooth shave by using coconut oil instead of shaving creams or gels. Coconut oil for skin will help prevent ingrown hairs and razor burn plus add moisture — no extra products in the medicine cabinet necessary! Just rub onto skin, shave and pat dry.

18. Skin Conditions

Because of its anti-inflammatory properties, coconut oil is on a rise in popularity for treating skin conditions like eczema, psoriasis and other skin conditions. In fact, a recent study found that 46 percent of patients with a chronic skin disease who used coconut oil had an excellent response in treating their condition. Meanwhile, only 19 percent of those who used mineral oil to treat their condition had an excellent response. (4) If you suffer from a skin disease, using coconut oil regularly might help alleviate symptoms.

Stretch marks

19. Stretch Marks

Stretch marks occur as the skin’s elasticity changes, most frequently after weight gain/loss or pregnancy. Using coconut oil can help reduce the marks that are left behind, helping them fade more quickly while keeping skin moisturized to allow quicker healing.

20. Sunburn Relief

Got a little too much sun? Coconut oil can help soothe inflamed skin, reduce redness and rehydrate skin. The caveat is that while coconut oil does provide minimal sun protection — about SPF 4 

Hemp CBD Oil


1. Anti-Inflammatory Properties

Perhaps most notably, CBD is a natural anti-inflammatory.

When injured or defending itself against foreign invaders, the body naturally responds by sending extra attention to the affected area.

This process is called inflammation.

In order to take care of the problem and heal itself, the arteries dilate and blood flow increases. This allows the damaged cells to be surrounded by the germ-fighting white blood cells and hormones.

Short-term inflammation is beneficial for many ailments. However, long-term or chronic inflammation can be extremely damaging. In some cases, the white blood cells begin attacking healthy organs, tissues, or cells. In others, the body loses its awareness of the need for healing because it is in a constant state of inflammation.

Chronic inflammation has been linked to several diseases such as arthritis, asthma, emphysema, and heart disease, to name a few.

Inflammation causes discomfort and pain. As indicated by several studies, CBD oil treatment can reverse and prevent those symptoms by reducing inflammation at the source.

2. Acne Treatment and Prevention

A lesser known benefit of CBD is its ability to treat and prevent acne. Did you know acne vulgaris is the most common human skin disease in the world?

A study of the effects of CBD on acne was published in the Journal of Clinical Investigation in 2014. It found that the anti-inflammatory effects and prevention of excessive lipogenesis.

Let’s try to put that in English: when your body over produces oil, it can cause acne. The oil in our skin is more scientifically known as sebum.

Sebum is excreted by our skin’s sebaceous glands. The process of sebum creation is called lipogenesis.

You probably know that oils like olive oil and coconut oil are made from an isolation of the fats, or lipids within the plant. So, it’s no surprise that the oil in our skin is made from lipids, or fatty acids as well.

Lipogenesis = fat synthesis which creates oil. Excessive oil can clog pores and cause acne.

CBD inhibits lipid synthesis, especially over production of it, like is the case with acne vulgaris. This can nip the acne in the bud.

CBD can clear your skin by eliminating one of the most common sources of the problem at the source.

3. Veterinary CBD

All of the CBD benefits for humans affect household pets like dogs and cats the same way. This is great for pets suffering from seizures, separation anxiety, cancer, injuries and more.

Typically distributed orally via olive oil, small doses of CBD can be extremely beneficial to some pets.

Since CBD has no psychoactive properties, it is impossible for your pet to get high, hallucinate, or experience any of the other psychotropic affects associated with marijuana.

It is perfectly safe for pets to take a regulated CBD oil treatment. Many pet owners recognize relief and a better quality of life in their pets with regular treatment.

4. Cigarette Addiction Treatment

CBD may have a valuable purpose in fighting nicotine withdrawal.

The Clinical Psychopharmacology Unit at University College of London observed 24 cigarette smokers in a double blind placebo study.

The smokers were given an inhaler, some of which contained CBD, and some did not. This distribution was chosen at random. The smokers were instructed to use the CBD or placebo inhaler when they had the urge to smoke a cigarette.

After seven days, the participants using the CBD inhalers saw a decrease in cigarette consumption by almost 40 percent. The participants with a placebo inhaler saw no change in the number of cigarettes they smoked.

5. Fibromyalgia Treatment

Fibromyalgia is characterized by difficult to treat chronic pain and tiredness. Many prescription treatments have minimal results and unpleasant side effects.

CBD oil treatment may help sufferers of fibromyalgia by reducing inflammation. In addition, CBD treatment can relieve pain, aid with sleep, soothe depression, and more. All this without a habit forming and negative side effects.

6. PTSD (posttraumatic stress disorder) Management

CBD provides anxiety relief and calming effects for many of its users.

Unlike smoking marijuana with THC, which can cause paranoia and worsen PTSD symptoms, CBD can soothe the user.

Calming anxiety and stress are extremely beneficial to PTSD management.

7. Anxiety Disorders and Stress Management

CBD oil treatment reduces the body’s natural response to fearful circumstances such as public speaking.

The reduction in anxiety can be attributed to the reduced heart rate and blood pressure caused by CBD. This creates a calming effect on the body, even in the face of stressful circumstances.

8. Crohn’s Disease Prevention and Treatment

Studies suggest that CBD oil treatment can reduce the permeability of intestinal cells.

This is great news for people with inflammatory bowel diseases such as Crohn’s disease because the cannabis oil helps the body block the absorption of harmful intestinal bacteria.

9. Multiple Sclerosis Treatment.

Multiple Sclerosis, or MS, is characterized by the long lasting damage to the nerve cells in the brain and spinal cord.

CBD oil treatment studies suggest that the anti-inflammatory effects of CBD can benefit patients with MS, aiding in pain reduction and slowing the progression of this disease.

The theory behind this drug involves an “entourage” effect, meaning that the stimulation of CB1 and CB2 receptors simultaneously can be used to effectively treat muscle spasms, pain, brain toxicity, and many other common symptoms of MS.

10. A Cure for Insomnia.

Since CBD can be so beneficial in combating anxiety, it’s no surprise that it can help our bodies calm down and get a restful sleep.

With no habit forming qualities or known side effects, CBD oil treatment may be one of the safest ways out there to cure insomnia.

The relaxation benefits mean a more relaxed heart rate which can help you fall asleep in the first place, plus increase sleep longevity.

11. Improved Heart Health

CBD’s antioxidant properties can help your heart health by aiding the elimination of excess cholesterol and reducing vascular tension.

It has anti-inflammatory effects that can help to reduce strain on the heart, improving its overall function and health.

12. Cancer Treatment

Research has shown that cannabinoids can inhibit cancerous tumor cell growth.

CBD has even shown an ability to kill cancerous cells, allowing the body to eliminate them entirely. This is due to its anti-oxidative properties.

13. Prevent Diabetes

Chronic inflammation can lead to insulin resistance, also known as type 2 diabetes. CBD oil treatment can improve the body’s metabolism and insulin absorption by combating this inflammation.

When the body can actually absorb glucose, it is easier to prevent hyperglycemia, manage weight, and regulate blood sugar levels.

Imagine the relief of preventing or even curing diabetes by releasing a patient’s insulin dependence, all with no side effects.