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Argan

character who suffers imaginary ills; determined to be an invalid. [Fr. Lit.: Le Malade Imaginaire]
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They soon discovered the answer in a rare plant: the Argan tree.
Sourced from sustainable co-ops in Morocco, argan oil is extracted from kernels of the argan tree.
The root of the World Bank's damage lies in perpetuating a narrative that blames the overgrazing of communal lands, especially Argan tree farms, for Morocco's land degradation; this narrative continues despite a consensus among researchers and scientists that expansion of agriculture into marginal lands using modern farming methods is the root cause of land degradation, not overgrazing.
A similar document was inked between the government and the Moroccan Interprofessional Federation of the Argan sector to promote the Argan tree.
The resort will focus on eco-tourism, including a natural forest reserve for the argan tree, one of the world's rarest species, whose oil seeds are increasingly in demand for health and cosmetic products.
Argan oil is made from the nuts of the Argan tree (Argania spinosa), which grows only in south western Morocco, with its small and specific growing area making it one of the rarest oils in the world.
Made from oil from the argan tree which grows only in Morroco, it is treasured for its beautifying, restorative and age-defying properties.
THIS beautifully light cream contains argan tree oil, moringa oil, quartz and Elemis's famed padina pavonica all of which promise to uplift and hydrate the skin.
The main active ingredient in Naturally Mediterranean's Argan Oil Hair and Body Silk contains, amongst other oils, argan oil which is a derivative from the nut of the argan tree which grows mainly in south western Morocco.
A breakthrough in phyto-biology with proprietary advanced formulas, Stem Cells Phyto-Elite(TM) features two stem cell sources, Argan Tree and European Comfrey Root, which are proven to visibly repair aging skin.