Monthly Archives: August 2020
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Back to School Life Hacks
Going back to school can be a stressful yet exciting time of year. There are many life hacks you can add to your child’s life to get the school year started right!
Below is a list of ways you can help your child get back to school easier.
- Set a Sleep Schedule.
The National Sleep foundation recommends adults need at least 8
- Posted: August 25, 2020Categories: DIY, Essential oils, Weight Loss, Health, BeautyRead more »
5 Easy Ways You Can Boost your Workout Routine
Obviously, not everyone is a marathon runner or power lifting champion. Those with chronic health conditions may not be able to perform extensive exercises, however it is still important to stay as active as possible. There are many natural life hacks that can benefit your workout routine!
- Posted: August 24, 2020Categories: DIY, Beeswax, Essential oilsRead more »
Mind your Beeswax! Great DIY Crafts you can Make with Beeswax
Beeswax is a great natural Base for homemade products. It is a wonderful component to add to your life if you are a DIY enthusiast. Natural products such as candles, chapsticks, makeup and lotions can be made without the use of chemicals and toxins.
- Posted: August 21, 2020Categories: DIY, Essential oils, Aromatherapy, Organic, Certified OrganicRead more »
Great Ways you can use Essential Oils with masks
According to the CDC, when used in conjunction with safe practices such as social distancing, handwashing and proper hygiene practices, masks are believed to reduce the risk of exposure to large airborne pathogens. But did you know that there are ways you can incorporate essential oils into your mask usage?
- Posted: August 19, 2020Categories: DIY, Alternative MedicineRead more »
How to Use Neem oil as a Natural Pesticide
Neem oil can help you rid your life from pests, naturally! Azadirachtin is the chemical produced from neem oil, which naturally repels insects. Amazingly, this chemical interferes with certain insects’ body systems, inhibiting their ability to eat and reproduce.
For example, when exposed to Neem, roundworms also known as nematodes l
- Posted: August 18, 2020Categories: DIY, African Black SoapRead more »
Fantastic Benefits of African Black Soap
African Black Soap is naturally anti-microbial and anti-septic and is beneficial for all skin types whether you have oily, dry or combination skin. African black soap can balance your skin's natural oil production and helps balance your PH levels.
This soap contains a mixture of ingredients that when blended become a
- Posted: August 12, 2020Categories: DIY, Essential oilsRead more »
How to Use Essential Oils as Natural Bug Repellent
Bugs and insects are a common issue that most people are concerned with. But spraying our homes with chemicals to get rid of pests comes with risks. Many traditional insect sprays used by exterminators can cause respiratory issues and autoimmune reactions, especially to those who suffer from chronic health issues. Fortunately,
- Posted: August 11, 2020Categories: DIY, Dead Sea MineralsRead more »
Why You Should be using Bentonite Clay
Bentonite clay is named after where it is prominently found in Fort Benton, Wyoming. It is a naturally occurring powder compound that can also be found in volcanic ash. Studies have shown that Bentonite Clay has healing detoxification properties and can be used to improve health.
- Posted: August 10, 2020Categories: DIY, Dead Sea Minerals, Kids, Alternative MedicineRead more »
What is Cocoa Butter and Why You Should Be Using It
Cocoa butter is a substance created from natural cocoa beans. It is used as an ingredient in many lotions, soaps, make-up products and is also used to make chocolate and desserts. Cocoa butter is favored because of its sweet smelling, candy aroma.
The Benefits of Cocoa Butter
- Posted: August 06, 2020Categories: DIY, Essential oils, Natural Health, Holistic, AromatherapyRead more »
What is Lavender?
Lavender refers to nearly forty plants which are perennial herbs. Lavender is considered in the mint family. Being a Mediterranean plant, it requires a specific climate to successfully grow. The majority of lavender is produced in the Provence region of France. Lavender is also produced In the United States in areas such as the Great Lakes. Lavender requires