It’s time to put the green in your clean! Common household cleaners contain toxic chemicals that can be harmful to your health. You can create safe, eco-friendly cleaning products using essential oils and other natural and inexpensive ingredients you can find at any natural grocery store.
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If a product features a United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Organic seal, it means that the pet food was made without the use of pesticides, artificial fertilizers, or growth hormones.
Chile peppers, aka cayenne, are full of contradictions. They’re hot enough to hurt—yet they can relieve pain, improve circulation, stimulate the appetite, and cool you down in hot weather.
You’ve heard of turning lemons into lemonade, what about turning a lawn weed into a side dish or beverage? When it comes to the dandelion, you can do just that.
Newer homes are airtight to save energy, but this prevents a healthy exchange between stale indoor and fresh outdoor air, so run ventilating fans in the bathroom and kitchen to prevent mold and air out your home periodically.
Cardiovascular disease is an enormous health problem throughout the industrialized world. In the United States, approximately 80 million people suffer from some form of this condition.
For short term conditions that come on quickly such as ear infections, bee stings or the common cold to chronic conditions such as arthritis or insomnia, homeopathic medicines are recommended by more than 100,000 physicians and used in 85 countries.