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Over the past year, the Lord has been growing, teaching, and challenging our family in so many ways! We are responding to the Lord's leading and are expanding our family through the adoption of a precious baby!

Monday, April 6, 2015

Recipes for getting rid of TOXINS!

Shampoo, soap, deodorant, toothpaste, lotion, household cleaners...What do these all have in common?? TOXINS!!!!

I'm teaching a very eye opening class on TOXINS--how to recognize toxins in body products and cleansers, household cleaners, food, and more. We discuss how to get rid of toxins and how to replace common body products and household cleaners with non-toxic safe homemade replacements. Why get rid of toxins??? They reek havoc on our body and cause many of the problems with our health. Feel free to message me for more information on specific toxins. 
Our family has seen too many of these ill effects from toxins and have decided to Spring Clean the toxins out of our life by cutting sugar, eating only whole foods, using natural body products and health remedies,  cleaning with only natural cleaners, as well as detoxing our bodies. 

Here are a few of our favorite recipes:

Body Care and natural products:

 Wellness Mama has a few good homemade deodorant recipes 
(the first one is my favorite). 

Lavender Rosewood is my favorite for face and body!

I add Gentle Babies oil to Whipped body butter for an awesome Diaper Cream!

Household cleaners: Instead of using toxic and poisonous chemicals to clean my home, I use safe natural essential oils that work even better than the toxic chemicals!

Detox: There are several great methods to use when ridding our body of toxins. Adding Citrus oils to drinking water helps clean the junk in our water and helps maintain health and flowing Lymphatic Systems. Here are a few great recipes for drinking oils! Applying Purification oil or Juva Cleanse over Liver or on feet is another great method. One of our favorites is an Epsom salt bath. Add essential oils to epsom salts (not directly to water) and pour salts into bath. Make sure to get out of tub when the water cools, not staying in and adding more hot water (this will cause your body to reabsorb the junk it just released). Lavender, Lemon and Stress Away are a few of my favorite oils in baths!

The Chemical Free Home book, and The Chemical Free Home, vol 2 have tons of great recipes!! I have extra copies of these if anyone wants one!

 If you're interested in learning more about oils, you can check out these EO blogs, message me or follow this link.

Disclaimer: This blog and information is not meant to diagnose, prescribe or treat any disease, illness or injury. 

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