The strength and powers of ancient volcanoes a mile high,

Forming lava rocks,


With the breath of life,

Creating a relationship between nature, love and mankind.

LavHā deeply believes in supporting and empowering our community. We are women owned and women ran. LavHā employs local stay-at-home moms, single moms and college students to work from home and supplement their incomes. 90% of our jewelry are designed and made in southern California. The other 10% are assembled and made by women globally (Uganda, Thailand, India, etc.). We exist to only do good.

Co-Founders- Jessica & Nancy

Jessica Forest, BSN started her journey for the love of cultures, natural elements and health when she attended Brigham Young University on the beautiful Island of Oahu, Hawaii after high school graduation. She was privileged to work at the Polynesian Cultural Center when she wasn’t studying, exploring the beautiful environment of the island, surfing, or learning to scuba dive. After 2 years of immersing herself in the Hawaiian culture, Jessica realized her passion of helping people and went home to attend The University of New Mexico and earned a double major, Bachelor’s of Science in Community Health and Nursing. It was here, at the UNM hospital, where she worked as a student extern that she learned about alternative methods of healing and knew she wanted to combine western and eastern methods of holistic healing. She moved to Los Angeles where she worked in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at the esteemed Cedars-Sinai Medical Center and continued to practice and learn about touch and sound therapies. After meeting her husband and relocating to Orange County, she worked in operating and recovery rooms at outpatient plastic surgery facilities while starting her family.

Jessica began using and studying essential healing oils in 2009 and has become a field expert in how these essential oils help to aid in healing and uses them daily in her own family. Jessica is not only a mother of 3, she is very active member of the LDS church which gives her many opportunities to teach and serve other women, children and families. Through her husband’s passion of humanitarian work and his extensive travels to Africa and South America to aid the suffering of refugees and building houses, she incorporates her knowledge of those cultures and needs into her bracelets. Part of the proceeds will go to various non-profit organizations. The culmination of her love of cultures, meditation, yoga, nature, health, essential oils and humanitarian aid and her amazing neighbor and friend, Nancy – Lavha was born.

Nancy Lin DeGregori, Ph.D. is the founder and CEO of (operating through Truth N Health, LLC) and has spent the last fourteen years studying nutrition and wellness for babies, children, adults, and seniors. She is the author of the book, An Etiological Theory of Chronic Disease: The Paradigm Shift of Modern Medicine, and is a holistic nutrition, health coach, and fitness consultant.

After completing her Bachelors in Sociology and Eastern Asian Languages from the University of Florida, Nancy traveled to Taiwan and China to study Business and Asian Cultures including Eastern Medicine. After two years in Asia, Nancy returned to the University of Florida to complete her Masters in Rehabilitation Therapy and Health Sciences. Nancy worked as a Behavioral Therapist, M.S. in clinical research and hospital settings, including the private and public sectors of physical and psychiatric rehabilitation centers in Florida and California, specializing with children and seniors. Continuing her passion of healthcare, Nancy’s career path led her to California, where she worked for over five years in clinical hospitals and rehabilitation centers. Feeling strongly against the way medicine was practiced in terms of palliative care, Nancy ventured on to study alternative, Eastsern Asian and Holistic medicine. The culmination of these experiences led Nancy to continue her belief in honest and optimum wellness for all, in holistic health and earned a Ph.D. in Holistic Nutrition from Clayton College of Natural Health, adopting a comprehensive and natural approach to wellness, instead of just medications, injections, radiation and surgeries to mitigate chronic illness symptoms and body ailments. Getting to the root and cause of the disease is Nancy’s quest. With a passion in simple and fundamental nutrition, as well as essential oils, healing gems and stones, acupuncture, yoga, meditation and sound healing, Nancy encourages people to use alternative medicine techniques and focus on the whole person to uniquely identify all aspects of health. Nancy is the mother to 3 beautiful children between the ages of 7 years old and 2 years old.