• Aromatherapy Basics
    Many people use aromatherapy and don’t even know they are doing so: lighting a scented candle, putting on scented body lotion or perfume or body spray, sinking into a warm scented bath, simmering potpourri or enjoying a walk through a scented garden are all forms of aromatherapy.
  • Soapnuts, The Cleansing Wonder Berry
    Soapnuts, The Cleansing Wonder Berry
    Imagine getting away with using no chemicals in your laundry. Now imagine there is a single product that would help with you with all the cleaning in your house. This natural product would wash your clothes as that would help you with all the cleaning in your house. This natural product would wash your clothes as effectively as a normal detergent while saving you as much as 50% of the cost. This product is real, and it’s more common than you’d think. It’s Soapnut. The Soapnut is a 100% renewable resource, the trees that bear its fruit cause no pollution.
  • Mini Honey Spiced Cakes
    These delicious little personal cakes are great for handing out at parties. They are a somewhat healthier alternative to using corn syrup based sweets and honey has such a range of flavors that you can really put your own stamp on this recipe.
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    Are you Missing out on Cedar Berries?
    From old fashioned blueberries to the fad of the acai berry, berries, when it comes to health, have us surrounded. While this is true, not all berries are as well known as the strawberry or the raspberry. Take, for instance, the cedar berry. Chances are, you don’t know a lot about this berry and the benefits you are missing out on.
  • The Benefits of Dried Kelp
    Dried kelp comes from seaweed, under the Latin botanical name of Ascophyllum nodosum. It also goes by the common names of egg wrack, knotted wrack or knotted kelp. It is found in the northern Atlantic Ocean, the northwest coast of Europe and East Greenland. It is thought that there are several dried kelp benefits that may come from the use of this interesting sea vegetable.

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