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The skin is the body’s largest organ and acts as a sponge, absorbing approximately 60% of what is put on it. To ensure good health and well-being avoid skin care products that contain toxic ingredients.
Through the application of a large variety of beauty and skin care products we expose our skian, and body, to a large number of ingredients – many of which have not been tested for their long-term effects. Many of the products that we apply consist of ingredients that are toxic, without us even knowing.
With our ongoing drought, food prices continue to rise. Now is a good time to create a herb garden as these plants are undemanding, inexpensive, nutritious and have health benefits to boot. Bridget Kitley answers frequently asked questions on how to plant the perfect herb garden.
Herb gardens can be planted at any time of the year. Some herbs can be used to create borders, some can be used as fillers – any design is possible and it makes sense to plant a garden where everything growing has a use.
All-purpose cleaner½ tsp olive oilJuice of 1 lemonPour olive oil into a small mixing bowl together with the juice of one lemon. The acid will help cut the grease in the oil so your wooden surfaces will be shiny but not oily. Apply to the floor with a damp mop or to furniture with a soft cloth.
Dishwasher detergent 1 cup baking soda1 cup borax
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