Green Cleaning

Do you have a go-to trick to remove sticky residue? I know that some people use cooking spray (which can contain ingredients that are not natural), rubbing alcohol, or kerosene (I can almost smell the fumes now!). Then there is the ever-popular “rub it a lot with your finger and hope the residue forms balls […]

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I like to clean kitchen sponges naturally…and frequently! I’ve always been a little unsettled at the thought of all the bacteria in my kitchen sponge proliferating at rapid rates. I don’t want to wash my dishes with that! Sure, you can pop the sponge in the dishwasher or microwave, but what about between the times […]

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Free Webinar: Aromatherapy for Natural Living

by Andrea Butje on February 13, 2014

Want to watch the replay of the Aromatherapy for Natural Living webinar we gave on February 22, 2014? Here is the link: Check out the replay! This free webinar teaches you how to use essential oils and natural products to improve your family’s health. We’ll cover: A natural approach to improving children’s health. How to make an excellent […]

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Aromahead’s iPhone App: 72 Aromatherapy Recipes!

by Andrea Butje on December 11, 2013

Want quick access to a wide range of essential oil recipes? I created Aromahead’s iPhone aromatherapy recipes app based on requests from people who bought my book, Essential Living: Aromatherapy Recipes for Health and Home. People emailed and asked for more. “I want recipes when I’m traveling or at work, and especially in the moment when I need them most!” Read More and see a […]

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The Benefits of Green Cleaning

by Andrea Butje on September 11, 2013

Every day, we’re exposed to toxins and chemicals in our environment. You can’t control what you’re exposed to outdoors and in public, but when it comes to your home, you can take major steps to eliminate environmental toxins. Why is green cleaning important? Your home is your nest and your sanctuary from the world. No […]

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Green Cleaning

by Andrea Butje on April 29, 2013

Common household cleaners often contain harsh chemicals.  The problem is that harsh chemicals, while they may clean our surfaces, also affect our bodies in negative ways. The chemicals can be absorbed by our skin, and inhaled–and they can actually enter our bloodstream this way. Green cleaning refers to using products with environmentally friendly ingredients designed […]

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