Monthly Archives: July 2020
- Posted: July 31, 2020Categories: DIY, Butters, Mango Butter., Skin CareRead more »
What is Mango Butter?
Mangoes are a tropical fruit closely related to coconuts, dates and olives which are considered to be part of the “drupe” species of plants. Mangos have a wide variety of health benefits because they contain an antioxidant called zeaxanthin. This antioxidant is believed to have anti-inflammatory properties and studies
- Posted: July 30, 2020Categories: DIY, Essential oils, Carrier Oils, Natural Health, HolisticRead more »
The Center for Drug Evaluation and Research and the Food and Drug administration (FDA) has raised concerns over the chemical composition of sunscreen products. Many studies have shown that sunscreens contain chemicals that can seep into the bloodstream and may be linked to certain health problems.
But sun exposure itself comes with
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Even though activated charcoal has been used since 1550 BC in ancient Egypt, it is still a great compound that can improve your life in a natural way!
Uses for Activated Charcoal Powder
Using activated charcoal has been an old folk remedy to cure hangovers for centuries but it is also a great
- Posted: July 25, 2020Categories: DIY, Dead Sea MineralsRead more »
What is Jojoba Oil
Jojoba oil (pronounced- Ho-ho-ba oil) is extracted from the plant scientifically known as the simmondsia chinensis plant. This oil is a preferred ingredient in natural hygiene and beauty products. It is preferred because of its composition of healing ingredients such as long-chain fatty acids and high resistance to heat.
- Posted: July 24, 2020Categories: DIY, Beeswax, Essential oilsRead more »
Beeswax is a substance produced by worker bees, which is secreted by glands on the bee’s abdomen. It is naturally a yellow-brownish color, but can also be purified to different shades of yellow or even white.
What is the difference between white and yellow b
- Posted: July 23, 2020Categories: DIY, Essential oils, Natural Health, Holistic, Aromatherapy, Organic, Certified Organic, PureRead more »
Essential Oils for Better Moods
Essential oils have a variety of scents and many of these contain health benefits. Scientific evidence shows that exposure to certain scents can trigger changes in mood due to the brain’s involvement in olfactory senses. The olfactory system is defined a
- Posted: July 17, 2020Categories: DIY, Health, Alternative MedicineRead more »
Chromotherapy: Can color improve your health?
Chromotherapy is defined as a practice that exposes patients to a visible spectrum of colors in the form of electromagnetic light to promote healing.
In ancient times, Egyptians widely used color therapy in their healing rituals by utilizing items such as crystals, minerals, stones, plants and dyes. Archaeologist have even discovered differently
- Posted: July 15, 2020Categories: DIY, Dead Sea Minerals, Health, Allergy, BeautyRead more »
Health Benefits of Himalayan Salt Lamps
Himalayan pink salt is used for more than just seasoning food; this natural salt has a variety of health benefits. In the form of lamps, they provide more than just a beautiful glowing light. This article will discuss the many benefits that Himalayan salt can provide to your life.
Cleanse the Air
- Posted: July 13, 2020Categories: DIYRead more »
What are Vibrations?
It is a known scientific fact that all living things emit a frequency and vibrations. Vibrations refer to the movement of atoms and particles caused by energy. All living things and objects that contain atoms emit a vibrational frequency.
Frequencies are measured in hertz (Hz) units and are valued at the rate that vibrations occur. Frequencies are used
- Posted: July 10, 2020Categories: DIY, Essential oils, Natural Health, Holistic, Aromatherapy, Health, Kid, Parenting , KidsRead more »
What are Wool Dryer Balls and Why You Should Use Them
Laundry is a task all adults have to manage, after all, clean clothes are a necessity in this life. But many people would be shocked to know that they are unknowingly exposing themselves to toxic chemicals by using items such as dryer sheets.
Researchers at the University of Washington, led by Dr. Anne Steinemann,