The tagua nut is the endosperm of a seed that come from the palm species Phytelephas aequatorialis. The palm tree that produces the tagua nut grows naturally in the rain forests of South America where it is a sustainable and renewable resource. The tagua or vegetable ivory is obtained from the white and hard endosperm, [...]
Direct from the Amazon Rain Forest each Tagua Nut is approximately 1.5"x 1.5" and the shape varies. Tagua Nuts are often called Vegetable Ivory due to the similarities to standard ivory and used by artisans and wood carvers to create anything from jewelry to chess pieces to buttons.
#Tagua, also known as vegetable ivory because of its color and hardness, is the seed of the Phitelephas Aequatorialis palm tree present in the Amazon and subtropical forests of Latin America. The pieces of Amazonaviva are unique, as only is each seed. The jewels are pieces are exclusive, each one different as different are the [...]
Tagua is a unique vegetable. Growing wild in the primary forest of Ecuador, the nuts of this palm tree form in large clusters and hang like a coconut. These groups then fall to the ground or are cut from the tree. Each group contains many labels that are of different sizes. EXTRA LARGE, LARGE, MEDIUM [...]
The nut of Tagua is a nut of the Ecuadorian mountain range known as vegetable ivory, because of its resemblance to animal ivory. These are seeds that grow in mocochas called heads, of the tagua palm. Sosa Export is a company that works with people of low resources who are dedicated to the collection of [...]
Microspheres or microparticles (microbeads) are a subgroup within the group of microplastics. They are granules of very small size, between 0.1 micrometers (μm) to 5 millimeters (mm), round or irregular in shape, the purpose of which is to abrasive effect . These are widely used in cleaning products personal and beauty, making up to 10% [...]