Farmer's Cheese recipe: Bring one gallon of raw goat's milk to 180 degrees, add 1/2 cup of lemon juice or vinegar (either kind), let curd up for a few minutes, drain through butter muslin (tea towel, cheesecloth), push all the whey out with a potato masher (spoon) and add 1 tsp of salt and/or spices to taste.
Goat Vets In PA
* Top Notch Veterinary Services/ Dr. Laurie
1565 Route 31 West Mt. Pleasant, Pa 15666
* Little Creek Farm Vet
224 Patterson Rd Eighty Four, Pa 15330
*Fix 'Ur Pet/ Kelly Frame
2215 Hill Church Houston Rd Canonsburg, Pa 15301
* Five Points Vet/ Dr. Heinekle & Dr. Nauman
2227 State Route 119 Greensburg, Pa. 15601
* Muddy Creek Animal Clinic/ Dr. Karner
2460 William Flynn Highway Butler, Pa. 16001
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Goat's milk soap delays signs of skin again due to its high content of alpha-hydroxy acids such as lactic acid. Alpha-hydroxy acids break down dead skin cell bonds, removing dead skin cells from the skin's surface and leaving behind new cells on the surface that appear smoother and more youthful.
Not a chemical counterfeit:
Water-based soaps on mainstream supermarket shelves use harsh chemical acids to break down dead skin cells. The lasting effect of chemical acids on the skin is more similar to a chemical "burn." Alpha hydroxyl acids found in goat's milk, work with skin instead of breaking it down and aging it further.
Goat's milk reduces skin inflammation due to its fat molecule content. The cream present in goat's milk is a moisturizer, soothing dry and damaged skin, possessing an anti-inflammatory effect.
Loaded with essentials:
Goat's milk is packed full of essential nutrients and vitamins like vitamin D, C, B1, B6, B12, and E, that feed the skin and are absorbed into the body.
Studies now show that goat's milk is effective for treating acne and skin conditions. This is primarily because goat's milk has anti-bacterial properties that delay the growth of microbial organisms that spur the spread of acne.
Avoid sodium lauryl sulfate
A 1983, a report from the Journal of The American College of Toxicology blamed sodium lauryl sulfate concentrations as low as 0.5 percent for causing skin irritation. Further studies showed that concentrations of 10-30 percent were found to cause severe skin corrosion. The "Household Products Directory" of the National Institutes of Health lists over 80 products that contain sodium lauryl sulfate and sodium laureth sulfate with concentrations up to 30 percent. These high concentrations not only affect the skin's outer layers, but are absorbed into the biggest organ in the body, the skin, and stored in tissues.
Sodium laureth is now commonly used in place of sodium lauryl, but it can be even more dangerous. Laureth cannot effectively be removed from the liver. Laureth can be stored stored in tissues and promote toxicity for a person's entire lifetime, draining them of energy.
These chemical soaps are popular mainly because of price, but they aren't worth the negative, long-term draining of energy. Many consumers are finding it more important than ever to spend the extra dollar here and there to assure they have what is natural and pure, for their body and for the environment. Small farmers and manufacturers of all natural products are the future for a population which seeks to survive, healthily, happily.