(Natural Living) You might be realizing that most of the products out there that aren’t made organically or naturally contain a lot of toxic chemicals. Not only that, many of these products can be harmful to our environment in a number of ways.
Making things yourself not only saves you money and helps the environment, but it lets you know where your products are coming from and exactly what’s in it.
You can make anything from food items to personal care and cleaning products all in very simple ways.
Remember: whenever you can, use organic foods and ingredients in recipes. Use sea salt instead of table salt. Use healthy oils like coconut oil. Use raw cane sugar or honey as sweetener instead of refined white sugar. Choosing the cleanest ingredients is the best choice for your mind and body….
50 Things You Should Stop Buying And Start Making
To relieve a stuffy nose fast, try this simple chamomile and eucalyptus herbal steam solution…
Nostril Steam Bath: Relieves Stuffy Nose Fast
Remember this for your next stuffy day.
A wonderful natural deodorant recipe by Holistichabits.
Need to get arrowroot today 🙂
(ISNS) – For over a century cranberries have been more than a Thanksgiving staple; they’ve also been heralded for their reported ability to prevent and even treat urinary tract infections.
But clinical research attempting to link cranberry consumption to a reduction in urinary tract infections remains somewhat inconsistent. A 2012 study by a team from Taiwan and the U.S., published in the Archives of Internal Medicine, found that consuming cranberries did seem to prevent urinary tract infections in certain populations, but qualified the findings with a strong word of caution against using the “folk remedy” as a treatment.
Most research on the cranberry’s effect on infections focuses primarily on its ability to prevent bacteria from attaching to a host cell. If the bacteria can’t stick to bladder cells, they can’t cause infections. But, in recent years, researchers at McGill University in Montreal have uncovered a new weapon that cranberries have against bacteria…
Cranberries Stop Bacteria In Their Tracks
So buy your fresh Cranberries next time you hit the market 🙂
Even more great uses of Coconut Oil, brought to you by Ms. H’Habits.
Coconut Oil belongs in the Kitchen, First Aid Kit, Bathroom, & with Cleaning supplies. Have a bottle in each & prosper in Health & Body.