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The Origin of the Soapberry

by Michael Koh

Soapberry or soap nut, also known as Reetha (Hindi) or Wu Huan Zi (Mandarin) is an ancient fruit of sub-tropical Asia like Taiwan, China, India and Nepal.


soapberry origin- map of south asia


The early peoples of these regions uncovered the fruit shells' ability to create a gentle, cleansing lather that's naturally anti-bacterial. For thousands of years, the soapberry has been used as nature’s miracle soap to cleanse and nourish our skin and hair.



In addition to soapberry’s gift as a natural cleanser, it provides an extended scope of healing in matter of medicine, the environment, and spirituality.


The soapberry fruit is prized as a natural remedy to treat bodily issues such as dry scalp, acne, and eczema in Ayurvedic and Chinese medicine.



The tree’s deep roots are important to its ecosystem because they protect soil from typhoon erosion.


The marble-like seed protects one’s spirit as it is considered the most sacred material for prayer bead (mala) in Buddhism. 


Click here to purchase a Soapberry Mala made by Mrs. Wang.



Today, as more and more are aware of the issues created by man-made chemical solutions, we hope to see more people become inspired by this gentle cleaning solution of nature.  



Shop our Body Care and Hair Care made from Soapberries! Join our tribe and help us build a better world! 

Soothing Shampoo for Oily Hair & Sensitive Scalp - Peppermint

 



Ultra Gentle Shampoo for Very Sensitive Skin - Unscented

 

Deep Hydrating Shampoo for Dry Hair & Thirsty Scalp - Lavender

 

Ultra Gentle Body Wash for Very Sensitive Skin - Unscented

 

Deep Hydrating Body Wash for Dry, Sensitive Skin - Lavender

Comments

So far do good..used my body wash and shampoo..very delightful

Dorrie Brooks

Do anyone know where I can purchase a soap berry tree? I live in south Louisiana. Thanks!

Debbie Braud

Does anyone know where I can purchase a soap berry tree. I’m in South Louisiana? Thanks!

Debbie

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