!!Please note that this is absolutely ***NOT*** for human Consumption!! All natural plant enhancer A burlap bag filled with “2 scoops” of dried alpaca bean manure for your plants! Alpaca manure (a.k.a. Alpaca beans or as we like to call it, Alpaca Poop), is sometimes referred to as “Black Gold”. We humans feed the alpacas grass, hay and specially designed, natural supplement which results in Alpaca Manure that comes out in the form of beans. These Alpaca beans are great for plants and it is what we use in our home gardens! Our alpacas do a great job and are nature’s best composter. Alpacas have a 3 compartment stomach and a very efficient digestive system providing us with an incredible composted product that can be used immediately. No composting time needed. Alpaca manure is a fantastic soil enhancement for flower gardens, vegetable gardens, lawns and even houseplants! The manure is said to naturally contain phosphorous, nitrogen, potassium and micro-nutrients Nitrogen helps the plant foliage grow strong Phosphorous promotes root & flower development Potassium (potash) is important for overall plant health Alpaca Manure is *Chemical free *Pesticide free *Herbicide free DIRECTIONS: To use: Place the tea bag in a gallon of water in a container such as a bucket (I use a yellow bucket from Home Hardware), pail or even a glass mason jar. Place the container in the sun and allow it to sit for 24 to 48 hours. Remove tea bag and lay it out in the sun to dry. Store the dry, used tea bag until you are ready to make the next batch. Each Alpaca Bean “tea” bag will make 2 gallons of Alpaca Bean “tea”. Water your gardens or houseplants once or twice a week with tea. I pour the tea into my 2 gallon watering can and pour it on at the base of the plant. Brewed tea can also be placed into a spray bottle and sprayed onto the leaves of houseplants. The “tea” bag Alpaca beans can also be used as a slow release soil enhancer for plants! Simply sprinkle the beans of the “tea” bag in the soil around the plant base and water, cover with soil to hide the beans, OR, crush the dried beans and sprinkle on top. The benefits of the Alpaca manure will slowly be released into the soil acting as a slow release fertilizer.