When we first started this, I asked ‘What do I call it?’ It came…Grace for the spirit that is behind it, Harbor for a place that people come to find refuge and healing, and Farms. I still don’t know why the ‘s’ on the end of farm, but I guess we’ll see.
Custer, WA (PRWEB) June 22, 2006
Developed by founder Grace Lukens to heal her own painful condition of plantar fasciitis (which put her in a wheelchair for 6 months) Grace Harbor Farm’s new MSM Goats milk cream is spreading quickly, and up to now, exclusively by word of mouth.
From relieving pain in sore shoulders and tennis elbow, to knee pain, to Eczema and Rosacea, to back aches and even sunburn, the farms gentle goats milk cream is enriched with 10 essential oils and a component called MSM (an organic source of sulfur* similar to what is found in healing spas around the world). The result is cell walls becoming permeable for nutrients to freely flow in, and toxins to appropriately flow out.
Ten years ago, Grace was at a crucial period in her life. Her marriage was falling apart, and all she could do was sit down and ask for higher guidance. She remembers hearing a clear, distinct message telling her that her home, a country house on the edge of Drayton Harbor would be a place for people to come, and find peace.
“When we first started this, I asked ‘What do I call it?’ It came…Grace for the spirit that is behind it, Harbor for a place that people come to find refuge and healing, and Farms. I still don’t know why the ‘s’ on the end of farm, but I guess we’ll see.”
Five thousand bars of goat soap later, blended with essential oils like rosemary and lavender, and even grapefruit, Grace Harbor Farms now milks 45 goats a day and has a cadre of young goat kids (they have a pseudo jungle gym, complete with slide). The farm products have evolved from milk and yogurt, to soap, to lotions, to now what Grace considers her best yet, her healing MSM cream (Of course for FDA reasons, there’s no claim to actually doing this, just the hundreds of testimonials).
For now, Grace Harbor Farms products and MSM cream can be found in farmers markets, fairs and stores around the Northwest, as well as http://www.graceharborfarms.com.
*MSM is an organic source of sulfur which is widely utilized by the body in the formation of connective tissue and in the antioxidant glutathione. Sulfur is essential to good health but is easily destroyed by modern food processing methods resulting in widespread deficiencies. It is structurally and functionally important to more than 150 compounds in the body including enzymes, hormones, antibodies and free radicals.