Celebrate a month long birthday celebration with Elements 4 Nature of one of the most powerful Black leaders, Marcus Mosiah Garvey, in American history.
Carver was a revolutionary scientist who had a daily conversation with nature or plant life. Carver conducted his research and did his studying of plant life on sacred ground at Tuskegee Institute. Carver produced over 300 products from the peanut. Some were cosmetic products that Elements 4 Nature currently sells on this website. Carver is the father of mock chicken and meat substitutes. Carver is also the father of the candy bar. He created the chemical that sticks peanuts to chocolate. Yes, you can say he is the original creator of Hersey's Mr. Goodbar and Reese's Cup. Carver had a spiritual connection with the ancient Egyptians his and our ancestors.. He demonstrated his spiritual connection with the ancient Egyptians by recreating the sacred Egyptian Blue paint in 1930. Most of the books written by Black scholars connecting African-Americans to the ancient Egyptians were written well after 1930. Carver operated at a high level of consciousness. His original products that he created are a reflection of his greatness.
While teaching and conducting research at Tuskegee Institute, Carver produced numerous bulletins for local black farmers in the south. In Bulletin #31, which was initially published in 1916 and later republished in 1925, was entitled "HOW TO GROW THE PEANUT & 105 WAYS OF PREPARING IT FOR HUMAN CONSUMPTION". Carver is the father of mock chicken and meant substitutes. You can say that Carver is the father of vegetarian dishes. He is also the father of the candy bar, chocolate mixed with peanuts. He created the chemical that sticks peanuts with chocolate. Yes, you can say he is the original creator of Hersey's Mr. Goodbar and Reese's Cup.
George Washington Carver was born in 1864, the son of slaves, on Moses Carver plantation near Diamond Grove, Missouri. He received his B.S. degrees in agriculture in 1894. In 1895, Booker T. Washington asked him to join the staff of Tuskegee Institute in Alabama. At Tuskegee, Carver organized the Agriculture, taught classes in chemistry, botany and conducted research. His research led to the creation of over 300 products from the peanut and more than 100 products from the sweet potato.
The picture below is of Dr. George Washing Carver and Dr. Austin W. Curtis working in the chemistry lab at Tuskegee Institute. Dr. Curtis was Dr. Carver's main lab assistant. Dr. Curtis worked side by side with Carver for the last 8 years before Carver died in 1943. They developed a father and son type of relationship. While living, Dr. carver gave Dr. Curtis the Peanut Rubbing Oil formula. Dr. Curtis left Tuskegee after Carver died and started Curtis Labs in Detroit, Michigan.
What a rare treat that you are about to experience when you purchase and use George Washington Carver peanut based products.
We carry Dr. Carver and Dr. Curtis products for your hair and skin that you are experiencing on any part of your body.