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Gifts & Intriguing Desert Items

Nimble Supreme - Prickly Pear Nectar - Mesquite Meal - Books

  1. Horned Lizards
    2.5 inch Horned Lizard Female Painted Figurine with Tail up

    Horned Lizards - Of all the North American lizards, Horned Lizards are the most fearsome-looking and distinctive by virtue of the pointed, protruding "horns" above their eyes.

    These creations are the closest representation to real horned lizards. When you hold one in your hand, you will believe that it is real. See all...

  2. Prickly Pear Nectar
    Chakra Stone Sets
    Many people believe that wearing stones, or carrying them in day to day life, can help heal mental, emotional, physical, or psychical problems. Placement on chakra points or pulse points on the body is thought to have a direct impact on energy fields.
  3. Mesquite Flour
    Argentine Mesquite Flour

    Mesquite pods were once a treasured part of the Pima and Tohono O'odham diet. The sweet pods are a good source of calcium, manganese, iron, and zinc. The seeds within are 40 percent protein. Mesquite flour from grinding the whole pods produces fructose, which can be processed without insulin, and soluble fibers, which are slowly absorbed, without a rapid rise in blood sugar. Find out more.

  4. Indian Uses of Desert Plants
    Books on Healing
    The Indians used many southwestern desert plants for healing and nutrition.
  5. Rose Quartz
    Rose Quartz Lamp
    Natural Rose Quartz on a Wood Base

    Rose Quartz is used as a love cure. Find out more.

  6. Fossil Shark's Tooth
    Fossil Fish
    Fossil fish occur in great abundance within the beds of what was once fossil lake Uinta, now part of the Green River Shale formation of Western Wyoming.

    Sometime during the Eocene Epoch of geologic time (50,000,000 years ago) volcanic or climatic changes probably occured which disrupted the lakes ecology and created massive fish mortality. Find out more.

  7. Fossil Shark's Tooth
    Fossil Sharks' Teeth
    Many different ones to choose from!

    Some people carry these for luck. Find out more.