Which types of products are you interested in finding natural alternatives for? • shampoo • foot care • nail treatments • shaving cream • spa treatments • lotions • scrubs • toners • balms • masks • conditioners • foot soaks • tooth powder • massage oil • lip balm • bath salts • deodorant • hair care • baby care • make up • perfume ?? Join the discussion! What are your favorite ingredients & ingredient sources and…See More
Which foods and nutrients do you focus on to strengthen your immune system and help your family to fight infection? Sick all the time? Need help with infection prevention? (non-pharmaceutical support only, please)See More
Support resources for dealing with asthma from a whole foods perspective. Which foods trigger your asthma? Which foods soothe your asthma? What are your favorite asthma resources? (non-pharmaceutical asthma support only, please)See More
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