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Feel the day wash completely away in one refreshing foaming gel sweep! A minty green clean that removes oil, makeup and dirt, leaving clearly nourished matte skin. Made with full spectrum Hi-Bio® hemp oil with calming, brightening, complexion perfecting CBD. Saving your seeds means saving your money. The skill is simple to learn, but takes practice and knowledge to know what to save, when to save, and how to harvest seeds. The Gel Sack is an edible flora species that can also be used to craft Aerogel. It is usually found attached to the walls of deep caves. It can be either picked up or harvested for Gel Sack Spores by using a Knife. A Gel Sack gives one Spore per knife strike. Up to three Spores can be collected…

New Groove® Gel Cleanser

What it is: Ahhh. feel the day wash completely away in one refreshing foaming gel sweep! Crisp. Purifying. A minty green clean that removes oil, makeup and dirt, leaving clearly nourished matte skin.

Why you’ll love it: New Groove® Hemp Wash Gel Cleanser is made with three soothing botanicals: calming cannabinoid-rich full spectrum Hi-Bio® hemp oil, FHF farmer grown micro kale extract, and green tea extract.

What fans say: “It not only feels great it actually cleanses without drying and also wakes me up in the morning and I feel so refreshed, awake and alive. My skin is sensitive and this works perfectly for me.” – Read more reviews below.

Each 6 oz. bottle contains 60 mg of calming, brightening, complexion perfecting CBD.

NOTE: Our Hi-Bio® Hemp collection is available for shipping in the U.S. only, excluding the state of Idaho.

CHOCK FULL OF:
FHF grown Micro Kale Leaf Extract, Full Spectrum Hi-Bio Cannabis Sativa (Hemp) Seed Oil with CBD, Green Tea Extract, Calendula Officinalis Flower Extract.

BENEFITS:
FHF-grown Micro Kale is high in antioxidants and vitamins A, C, B6 and K, as well as phytonutrients – all of which work to help fight signs of aging and free radical damage, including helping brighten, smooth, firm and soothe skin.
Camellia Sinensis (Green Tea) extract contains polyphenols that are potent antioxidants with skin soothing properties.
Calendula Offi cinalis Flower Extract has skin-soothing and antioxidant properties.
Full Spectrum Hi-Bio Cannabis Sativa (Hemp) Seed Oil (U.S. grown) contains skin repairing fatty acids Omega 6 & 3, from the seed. Plus, there are hundreds of benefi cial compounds in extract from the plant – most notably CBD, shown to reduce redness, breakouts, irritations, and free radical damage, which lessens signs of aging like wrinkles and dullness. Plus, it contains calming Bisabolol terpene, and antioxidant-rich quercetin flavonoid. All these compounds work synergistically to bring a calmed, more youthful appearance to skin.

FULL LIST OF INGREDIENTS:
Water/Eau, Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice, Sodium C14-16 Olefin Sulfonate, Cocamidopropyl Hydroxysultaine, Polysorbate 80, Cocamide DIPA, Glycerin, Sorbitol, Decyl Glucoside, Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride, Cannabidiol, Full Spectrum Cannabis Sativa (Hemp) Seed Oil, Polyglyceryl-10 Dioleate, Polyglyceryl-10 Dipalmitate, Brassica Oleracea Acephala (Kale) Leaf Extract, Calendula Officinalis Flower Extract, Chenopodium Quinoa Seed Extract, Yucca Schidigera Extract, Camellia Sinensis (Green Tea) Leaf Extract, Parfum*, Sodium Benzoate, Potassium Sorbate, Phenoxyethanol, Copper Chlorophyll, Citric Acid. *Natural fragrance derived from 100% natural sources.

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Please be aware that ingredient lists may change or vary from time to time. Please refer to the ingredient list on the product package you receive for the most up to date list of ingredients.

SKIN TYPE:
Suitable for all skin types.

HOW TO USE:
Use twice daily on damp skin with or without a cloth. Rinse with warm water.

Your purchase help us rescue and care for forgotten, neglected and abused farm animals that come to live at our FHF Sanctuary. Follow their transformations here.

97% NATURAL | VEGAN | NOT GLUTEN-FREE* | NUT-FREE | PARABEN-FREE | SULFATE-FREE | PHTHALATE-FREE FRAGRANCE
*contains quinoa/cross-handling

U.S.-Grown Full Spectrum Hi-Bio® Cannabis Sativa (Hemp) Seed Oil

Full Spectrum Hi-Bio® Cannabis Sativa (Hemp) Seed Oil (U.S. grown) contains skin repairing fatty acids Omega 6 & 3, from the seed. Plus, there are hundreds of beneficial compounds in extract from the plant – most notably CBD, shown to reduce redness, breakouts, irritations, and free radical damage, which lessens signs of aging like wrinkles and dullness. Plus, it contains calming Bisabolol terpene, and antioxidant-rich quercetin flavonoid. All thesecompounds work synergistically to bring a calmed, more youthful appearance to skin. CBD is also currently being studied for pain and anxiety reduction, as well as a range of other promising benefits.

FHF-Grown Micro Kale Leaf Extract

FHF-grown Micro Kale is high in antioxidants and vitamins A, C, B6 and K, as well as phytonutrients – all of which work to help fight signs of aging and free radical damage, including helping brighten, smooth, firm and soothe skin.

Green Tea Extract

Camellia Sinensis (Green Tea) extract contains polyphenols that are potent antioxidants with skin soothing properties.

Calendula Officinalis Flower Extract

Calendula Officinalis Flower Extract has skin-soothing and antioxidant properties.

The Basics Of Saving Seeds

Saving seeds from plants in your garden is a simple yet important skill to learn. When you save seeds, you save money: Every seed saved is one less seed or plant to purchase in the future.

For vegetable crops, saving seeds from the most productive plants can result in plants that are more adapted to your garden’s growing conditions. Locally-adapted plants produce better yields, so each seed you save is like a promise of future bumper crops.

Practice seed-saving basics with plants that offer easily harvested seeds.

What Seeds To Save

While it makes sense to save seeds from flowers and vegetables you normally grow from seed, make sure you’re saving seeds from open-pollinated varieties. With open-pollinated plants, seeds produce plants resembling parent plants. Many heirloom plants are open pollinated.

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Start your seed-saving training with plants that have easy-to-harvest seeds, like lettuce, beans, peas, Morning Glories, Four-O’Clocks, Scarlet Sage or Zinnias.

Other tips to know as you save seed:

  • Seeds from hybrid plants don’t produce plants similar to the parents. Check plant tags and seed packets to know if you’re planting hybrids.
  • Some plants readily cross-pollinate with other plants of the same type. This list includes corn, gourds, pumpkin and melon. To save seeds from these plants, grow only one variety each season.
  • In cold regions, biennial plants need two growing seasons to produce seeds. In warm regions, fall-planted biennials bear seed the following spring. This list includes beets, cabbage and carrots.
  • Saving seeds means that you’ll have less harvest to eat and fewer flowers to pick, because you’ll be letting plants produce seeds instead.

When To Save

Allow seeds to mature on plants before collecting. Clues for maturity include a hard seed coat and darkened color. Check plants daily when you’re waiting for seeds to ripen.

For seeds contained in a pod, like Cardinal Climber or beans, let seedpods dry on plants and harvest individual pods as they dry. If freezing weather or heavy rains arrive as seedpods are ripening, gather pods for drying indoors.

How To Harvest

For many plants, it’s easiest to collect entire seed heads or pods. Examples include Zinnias, Scarlet Sage, lettuce and broccoli. Plants like Four-O’Clocks or onions produce seeds that are easily gathered individually, since they are already separated from surrounding plant parts.

Separate Seeds From Chaff

Retrieve seeds from the flower head, husk or pod. Often you can do this by rolling the seed head between your hands over a piece of paper. For all but the smallest seeds, use a three-speed fan to blow chaff away.

An alternative method is to build a hand screen by attaching metal screen to a wooden frame. The wire gauge of the screen should permit seeds to pass through. To use, break seed heads apart over the screen, and shake the screen over a large piece of paper. Collect seeds.

Dry Seeds

To dry seeds, spread them on newspaper, paper plates or a screen in a cool, dry place. Dry seeds as quickly as possible to preserve best germination rates. Drying time varies depending on humidity, but most seeds dry in 5-7 days.

How do you know if seeds are dry enough?

  • Dry seeds should be brittle and hard.
  • A properly dried seed won’t bend when you try to break it in half – it snaps in two.
  • Dry beans won’t give when you bite them.
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How To Store

Moisture and warmth spur seed germination, so storage conditions should eliminate these factors. Store seeds in paper envelopes, glass jars or plastic bags. Glass is the best choice, since it excludes moisture.

Ideal storage conditions are cool and dry: less than 50ºF with relative humidity less than 50%. Some gardeners add silica gel to seed storage containers to help absorb moisture. If adding silica gel to sealed jars, remove the gel after one week.

For every 10 degrees that storage temperature decreases, seed longevity doubles. Store valuable seeds in glass canning jars in the freezer. Bring jars to room temperature before opening to prevent condensation from forming on seeds.

Gel Sack (Subnautica)

This article is about Gel Sacks in Subnautica. Click here for information on this subject in Below Zero.

Gel Sack

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Gel Sack (Subnautica)

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Bioreactor

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Gel Sack Spores

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Bioreactor

Debug Spawn

The Gel Sack is an edible flora species that can also be used to craft Aerogel.

It is usually found attached to the walls of deep caves. It can be either picked up or harvested for Gel Sack Spores by using a Knife. A Gel Sack gives one Spore per knife strike. Up to three Spores can be collected from a single Gel Sack in this way, with the Sack being destroyed by the third strike. Extracting Spores from a Gel Sack has no effect on its qualities as a raw material or food source if it is picked up. There is a bug using this, as hitting it with a knife twice, putting it in the inventory, and hitting it again will give you infinite amount of spores.

Either item can be planted in an Exterior Growbed. It is a good idea to establish a growbed for gel sacks, as Aerogel is used in several high-end recipes and the plants are fairly rare outside of deep regions.

Gel Sacks are unique among edible flora species in that they do not rot while in the player’s inventory, making them a viable food and water source for longer trips, but they do not provide much food or water individually. However, they only occupy a single spot in the player’s inventory, allowing for many to be carried at once.

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Appearance

The Gel Sack is hemispheric in shape, and has a blackish green surface covered with thick, twisted ridges. Randomly scattered across its surface are protruding, bioluminescent purple spots.

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