Ethical Fashion Product Catalog provides information on the vast products our Artisans produce.
When we started five years ago we had a handful of one-of-a-kind handmade products.
Today we have hundreds, representing Artisans not only in Guatemala throughout Central America.
We do not accept or promote the idea of donations, donations are not sustainable, our approach has always been to provide Artisans with a way to sell direct, our DHL Express global contact fulfills that need.
The ancient Maya perceived health as “balance”, whereas illness and disease were “imbalance”. Mayan medical texts are devoted to the treatment of symptoms based upon the effects of certain herbal remedies which could be swallowed, smoked, snorted, rubbed on the skin, and even given as enemas.
One finds on Social Media and other offerings the opportunity to learn about Mayan Natural Medicines, including courses, retreats, and immersions. There is a fad about Natural Medicine, and most of these offerings offer little long-term results.
Defina Par pictured on the left is a 31-year-old with two lovely children and owns successful Mayan Business interests listed below.
Delfina manages the family weaving co-operative, Casa Flor Ixcaco envisions fostering education and supporting children in San Juan La Laguna through scholarships and financial aid.
One-pound block of Traditional Mayan Ceremonial Cacao. One Mayan Ceremony Cacao Cup Including shipping for $92.33 FREE SHIPPING WORLDWIDE
Ethical Fashion Guatemala works with Coffee Producers and Cacao Producers throughout Guatemala providing growers and roasters with Market access and DHL shipping services enabling growers and roasters to sell directly to the end consumer worldwide.