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Flouride

FLUORIDE 97% of the worlds drinking water is NOT fluoridated! Most countries have removed it from their drinking water due to concerns of medical ethics (mass medication) and neurotoxicity. 89% of Australians have access to fluoridated tap water. Once water is fluoridated, it is difficult to control excessive fluoride intake, as people drink different amounts …

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Composting, why aren’t you doing it??

Did you know that composting your food scraps can really improve the carbon -sequestering ability of soil while also preventing more greenhouse gases from entering the atmosphere. When you send food waste to landfill it emits methane gas. By composting your food you can help reduce this. Rather than generating methane in landfill, the composting …

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DIY Baby Nappy balm

120 g Sweet Almond oil, Coconut oil or Apricot Kernal oil 60 g Solid organic coconut oil  25 g Organic Shea butter 20 g Organic Beeswax 40 g  Zinc oxide  (ensure it has non-nano particles) Essential oils (optional) Some great oils that are gentle for newborns would be lavender or frankincense. 1-2 drops max. Always …

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DIY Fabric Softener

Fabric Softeners smell great and leave our clothes feeling soft, fresh and clean, but at what cost to our health? Fabric softeners would have to be one of the most toxic products we keep in our homes.  These are thought to be responsible for up to 90% of indoor air pollution in the average home. …

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Detox Bath

Such a great little habit to do for your children especially when they come home from Day care, Kinder or school. WHAT YOU NEED: 1 Cup Epson Salts 1 Cup Magnesium Flakes Essential oils (Depending on the age of your children, Please follow dilutions chart Between 2-4 drops would be sufficient.  Something gentle like Lavender …

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Natural Pest spray/bug spray

OIL SPRAY: Mix one cup of vegetable oil with one tablespoon of castile soap A homemade bug or pest spray can simply be made from vegetable oil mixed with a mild soap (such as Dr. Bronner’s castile soap). Peppermint oil or Doterras Terra armour oil could be excellent additions as they are natural repellents. Works …