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Environmentally Safe Products

Ever wonder what the healthy alternatives are for our everyday products? What conscious changes are you making in your life? Let this group be a place for support and ideas.

Location: Earth
Members: 19
Latest Activity: Jun 2, 2012

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Companies to Avoid & Companies to Support

Started by MiraCulous. Last reply by Paromita Ray Oct 30, 2009. 6 Replies

Homemade All Natural Cleaning Products

Started by Bobbi. Last reply by MiraCulous Sep 22, 2009. 15 Replies

How about environmentally friendly toys

Started by Precious Lotus. Last reply by Kimberly V Jun 15, 2009. 2 Replies

Dish Washer Detergent

Started by Precious Lotus. Last reply by Precious Lotus May 21, 2009. 2 Replies

Searching

Started by Bobbi. Last reply by Joshua Gerald Mar 14, 2009. 3 Replies

Environmentally Safe Clothing

Started by Bobbi. Last reply by Joshua Gerald Mar 14, 2009. 3 Replies

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Comment by MiraCulous on March 21, 2009 at 9:45am
this is great you guys! I have also been wondering about the bags...thank you so much!

And yes, K~ I recently realized, just b/c I company doesn't test on animals, doesn't mean the ingredients do not have animal by-products in them! Which means animals were killed/ or suffered in the process....does that not make any sense?!

I went to a spa (which was my favorite)...their products did not "test on animals" and it said "natural" on them, but they had disgusting stuff in them! I could not get the treatments I wanted to, b/c of the products they would be using on me.

You cannot trust the label or what someone says, you must read the ingredient list for your self!
Comment by on March 16, 2009 at 5:35pm
SLS and PAB's are best to avoid, they are in a lot of products.

House cordless phones give off far more harmful waves than living next to a mobile phone tower.

The quality of the water you cook with and bathe or shower in is very important, not just the water that we drink.

There is a company in UK called Healthy House that sell a broad spectrum of things that make sense if you care about our planet.

Good info about the bags, thanks
Comment by Bobbi on March 16, 2009 at 4:49pm
Right now I'm washing and reusing the baggies I have, but when those run out I plan on getting these: http://motherjones.greenhome.com/products/restaurant_supplies/food_storage/fod000001/

Ditch those plastic bags for ones made out of plants!

These biodegradable cellulose bags are sturdy and eco-friendly, so whether you are running a restaurant or household, these bags should do the trick!
Typical plastic bags are derived from petroleum and take well over a lifespan to decompose. So why not clear your conscience and the landfill with these cellulose bags? Cellulose is the primary component of the cell walls of plants - completely natural and nontoxic, can be composted, is 100% biodegradable -- and can also be recycled with other paper products.
Comment by Bobbi on March 16, 2009 at 4:42pm
This is where I got my biodegradable garbage bags. There are different brands & I've seen mixed reviews, but I use these & they work great.
http://www.perfgogreen.com/
Comment by Bobbi on March 15, 2009 at 4:05pm
cool, I read about the book in something else you've written, I'll have to check it out. my dad has an infection in his gum, i think. i will have to have him try it. thanks
Comment by on March 15, 2009 at 1:57pm
Sole... You can clean your teeth and use as a mouth wash, and it gives amazing results.

Sole is made from Himalayan rock salt and spring water. It is easy to make for yourself, you must first get a contained, the best ones are made of glass with a cork stopper, don't use anything with metal as salt and metal together create toxins.
Put in the salt, about a third of the container, cover in spring water to fill the container. It takes about 24 hours for the salt to disperse into the water, but you need to make sure that there is still salt left in the container, this indicates that the water has absorbed to it's capacity. This is them sole. There will be minerals left at the bottom of the container, they are harmless. Sole can be used for many things. If you put a few drops on your tooth brush instead of toothpaste and brush as usual, then use a teaspoon for a mouth wash for 2 mins to gain best effect. The sole will remineralise enamel and destroy decay and prevent any forming, it will also kill root infections. Sounds to good to be true but it does work. There is a book called Water and Salt the Essence of Life that contains many more of soles applications. Well worth investing in. Amazon sell it.


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Comment by MiraCulous on March 14, 2009 at 9:23am
this is great! Thanks Kimberly for starting these wonderful groups :)

when we change ourselves for the better, we change the world too! Each of us creates a "ripple" effect ;-)
Comment by Bobbi on March 14, 2009 at 2:05am
Here's where I got my replacable head toothbrush:
http://www.eco-dent.com/
Eco-DenT is the only Natural Products company to offer consumers the full range of Premium Natural Oral Care Products.

There's also- http://www.preserveproducts.com/ Reduce. Reuse. Recycle. Those are the principles that have driven our company since 1996 and that motivate us to encourage more households to choose our 100% recycled and recyclable products over conventional products. Our plastic products are made from #5 polypropylene plastic collected from individuals via our Gimme 5 program and from companies like Stonyfield Farm®. We take this plastic, sort it, clean it, test it, recycle it, and turn it into new Preserve products.

Choosing Preserve Plastic (in the form of a toothbrush or razor, for example) means a sizeable reduction in greenhouse gases emitted, and significantly less water, energy, oil, natural gas and coal used in making plastic.
Comment by Bobbi on March 7, 2009 at 3:52pm
This is awesome! I've been saving my wine corks and nutrigrain wrappers to send to them.
http://www.terracycle.net/
Comment by Bobbi on March 6, 2009 at 6:48pm
This is a great subject for a group. Thanks Kimberly for starting it!
Namaste
 

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