About 50 million years ago, volcanic activity, decaying plant matter & climate change caused the evaporation of large lakes, leaving behind natural deposits of Trona containing Sodium Carbonate & Bicarbonate. The use of soda ash dates to about 3500 B.C. when Egyptians used it to make glass ornaments. It’s fair to say it has passed the test of time! Its versatility was discovered long, long ago & it still has many applications today.It is a white granular powder material. It is anhydrous which means it contains no water. It is an essential raw material used in the manufacturing of glass, detergents, chemicals and other industrial products
HANDLE WITH CARE: You can't avoid chemicals, your body & our Earth is made of them. Everything has a scale & at some point too much of something can make it dangerous - just like drinking too much water. So please take care with these ingredients, do keep them out of reach of young children who could potentially ingest them. Try work in a well-ventilated area - avoid breathing any raised dust & getting any of the powder in your eyes or on cuts/abrasions. If your skin is very sensitive, you may want to work with gloves.Please read any labels/instructions that are provided with your ingredient.