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Payment methods

So the powers that be decided to classify ACRB as a Nutraceutical product (regulated as a dietary supplement and food additive by the FDA) which is causing a lot of headaches for us an other vendors as normal payment processors don't want to sign us up due to this new classification. We do however have alternative payment methods, if you are too scared to try bitcoin, select the invoice via email button at checkout and we will send you in the right direction or send you an invoice where you can pay with a credit card if you can't find your...

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SHIPPING TIMES

FREE SHIPPING FOR USA CUSTOMERS! We don't know if you have ever been to the Big Island, but if you ever come for a visit you will notice that Hawaiian time is a bit slower that normal time. However, we try to be as fast as we can when it comes to shipping your product to you. We always have ACRB in stock,  it might not always be dry enough to ship tho, and therefore might take up to a week to ship out depending on the weather. ( contrary to popular belief, the sun doesn't always shine in paradise,...

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Reviews

Reviews from our eBay customers   Member id   tannewhitele-4 A++ seller, the only issue that arose was immediately taken care of by seller! 1 lb Acacia Confusa Root Bark (Premium grade) from da Big Island of Hawai`i   Member id   baguadm Terrific seller - fast processing of order, provided tracking information 1 kg Acacia Confusa Root Bark. Fresh from Harvest. Rain Forest - Hawaii Island   Member id  nfioresi Delivered far before expected delivery. Item as described, thank you! 1 kg Acacia Confusa Root Bark. Fresh from Harvest. Rain Forest - Hawaii Island   Member id  webejagsnchit AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ 1 lb Acacia Confusa...

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textile dye recipe

Here is a recipe for making your own textile dye with our product DYE SOLUTION: Use shredded or powdered Acacia Confusa Rootbark and water ratio = 1 part ACRB to 2 parts water bring the mixture to a boil and simmer for about an hour. FABRIC TREATMENT: You will have to soak the fabric with vinegar (to 'fix' the dye) and water in the following ratio: 1 part vinegar to 4 parts water bring fabric and fixative to a boil and simmer for an hour, rinse out with cold water. DYE BATH Add fabric to dye solution Simmer until desired...

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