Our mission is to sustain the life force and luxury of mother nature, working off the grid to bring the purest products to your skin.
10,000 feet above the ocean, standing on the rim of the ancient volcano, Haleakala, a vision for a new earth was revealed: one where all people live close to the land and in harmony with nature’s rhythms.
The top rim of the Haleakala is where Sue Mandini and Kollette Stith were standing when the vision for Pure Mana was revealed. Inspired by the abundance of spirit and bounty of the land, Pure Mana exists to nourish the soil, feed the skin and cultivate social good through its worldwide volunteer network, a training and education program that shares knowledge of organic farming practices, solar living and sustainable coffee and macadamia nut production. From planting to packaging, everything is offered as a gift to the earth and an invitation to each other.
Because in the end, it all comes down to mother earth. And it’s all up to us.
Spend time with Hawaiian natives and you’ll likely learn that certain sites possess strong mana, or spiritual energy. Like a vortex of power and strength, these sites are charged with life force that can be felt, channeled and summoned through ritual and prayer.
Hawaiian folklore tells a tale of Ku and Lono, two Gods who arrived at mana – a spiritual energy of power and strength – by two different paths. Ku achieved mana through violence and war, while Lono gained his mana through fertility, agriculture and rainfall. Today, we know these two great powers as war and peace, and in Hawaii, it is the peaceful path that is celebrated with every Aloha.
Pure Mana’s family farm, Mahina Mele, is a certified organic macadamia nut and 100% Kona coffee processor and producer in the US, located on the Big Island of Hawaii. Here we plant, pick, process and purify by hand to sustain the life force and luxury of the oils. We believe fully that the products we use to enhance our well-being should never cause harm to people, animals, or the environment in the process of creating them.