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Here’s why natural toothpaste is better than commercial toothpaste for supporting optimal oral health

Using natural toothpaste lets you avoid the unhealthy additives found in most commercial toothpaste. You are substituting artificial chemical ingredients and petroleum compounds with ingredients that provide science-backed health benefits when it comes to oral health and dental hygiene. Numerous studies have found dangerous ingredients in commercial toothpaste. These dangerous ingredients include the following: Aspartame Aspartame is the most common artificial, ...

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Natural healing: Survival uses for coconut oil

Coconut oil is a great versatile item to have in your survival stockpile. It can be used as a healthy alternative to other kinds of cooking oil and boasts several medicinal uses, such as relieving burns and bug bites. (h/t to PrepSchoolDaily.Blogspot.com) Why is coconut oil is good for your skin? Coconut oil is a highly saturated oil, and it is traditionally made ...

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Survival medicine: 10 Medicinal uses of coconut oil

Coconut oil is a versatile survival item with a lot of medicinal uses. It’s an amazing natural remedy for a variety of ailments, such as burns, cold sores and sore throat. Here are some of the many ways you can use coconut oil medicinally: (h/t to FoodStorageMom.com) Moisturize skin As a sealant, coconut oil helps trap water in your skin to keep it ...

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How to make DIY non-toxic mosquito repellants with essential oils

With the mosquito season well underway, it can be tempting to buy mosquito repellants to protect yourself from mosquito bites. But these commercial products contain toxic chemicals that can do more harm than good to your health and the environment. To ward off mosquitoes without getting exposed to chemicals, try one of the following recipes to make your own mosquito repellant. ...

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Is coconut oil a superfood?

Image captionMichael Mosley investigates coconut oil claims Sales of coconut oil are rocketing, propelled by celebrity endorsements and claims that drinking the stuff will cure everything from bad breath to digestive disorders. Actress Angelina Jolie-Pitt is said to have a tablespoon or so with her breakfast most mornings, while model Miranda Kerr says she not only adds it to salads ...

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