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Reducing Your Pet’s Carbon Paw Print

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Reducing Your Pet’s Carbon Paw Print

Research shows that a medium size dog has an average annual carbon paw print of 2.07 acres — more than double that of an SUV! Reducing your furry and feathered friends’ impact on Mother Earth is actually pretty easy. To help you get started, we’ve gathered some of our favorite green pet care ideas. […]

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Guide to Health and Wellness Gift Ideas

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As you fill out holiday cards, you will find yourself writing your seasons greetings message over and over again. Most people write something like, “Wishing you and your family a healthy and happy holiday season!” But how many of us actually follow through in supporting our friends and family to be healthy during and after […]

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Using Bentonite Clay to Age With Vitality

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Using Bentonite Clay to Age With Vitality

Is your skin giving away your age? Bentonite clay can help bring back a youthful glow and reverse the signs of aging naturally. Over time, skin can lose it’s luminosity, appear dull, and develop spots of discoloration.  To make matters worse, as time passes skin will also lose it’s elasticity. which can lead to fine […]

 

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Clay is Nature’s “Original” Remedy – Part 2

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Clay is Nature’s “Original” Remedy – Part 2

With such deep roots in  history, healing clay is a more natural and holistic option with a wide range of uses. Mostly notably, clay has been used for everything from healing and detox to relief from diarrhea, dysentery, and infections. In part one of this two part post, alternative medicines were defined and we learned […]

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Nature’s Original Remedies are Today’s Alternative Remedies – Part 1

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Clay therapy is a fantastic alternative remedy that people use to address dozens of ailments. A clay compress or poultice can provide help and relief to a particular localized area on the body. Drinking clay can provide benefits to internal organs and tissues as well. Clay ingestion has specifically been noted for its use on the stomach and intestines […]

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