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Clove Essential Oil

What are essential oils? Essential oils are defined as a natural oil typically obtained by distillation and having the characteristic fragrance of the plant. Basically, it’s an oil that is derived from a plant, that still carries the essence of the plant with it, including the fragrance and it’s natural uses for a healthier body. Some essential oils can be
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READ THE LABEL [CHAPTER 8] Artificial Dyes

Oh boy. The more we go through these chapters, the more it scares me how much we trust big business to supply us with “choices.” Are we really given choices? Or is it more of the same stuff just in different wrappers and different price points? It’s only the educated consumer that really knows how to choose properly and demands
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Why is my skin so dry?

Customers are always asking me, “Dahlia, why is my skin so dry? What can I do?” Every single person deals with dry, itchy, tight or scaling skin at one time or another. Why does this happen? What are ways to reduce the effects of dry skin? Here are some answers. There are many reasons why you may be experiencing dry
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READ THE LABEL [CHAPTER 7] Aluminum

Aluminum is the third most naturally abundant element in the environment, found in food, water, pharmaceutical as well as a wide range of consumer products. Aluminum is commonly found in products such as: Antiperspirants Toothpaste Dental implants Nasal sprays Processed cheeses Salt Baking soda Pickles Bleached flour Prepared doughs Case mixes Non-dairy creamers Vanilla powders Donuts and waffles Milk formulas
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