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    I found a recipe for homemade shampoo and conditioner.

    You need:
    1 empty bottle
    3 cups of soap flakes (which you can get almost anywhere)
    Water
    Essential Oil of Lavender
    Essential Oil of Rosemary

    Directions:
    Mix the soap flakes with the water and then add 4 drops of each oil.

    For conditioner, the ingredients are probably already in your house.

    You need:
    1 empty bottle
    1 egg yolk
    1 teaspoon of baby oil
    Water

    Directions:
    Mix the above ingredients together and you're good to go!

    Here the source:
    http://planetgreen.discovery.com/fas...n-shampoo.html

    I haven't tried it out obviously, so proceed at your own risk if you will.

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    All I need from that list is soap flakes and 2 empty bottles.

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    No, not really. Right now I'm eating Doritos and drinking Diet Coke.

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    If you eat food from the store you are poisoning yourself. You'd have to have a whole sub-culture to really live healthy. A totally different way of life.

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    Whenever I feel like a cold might be coming on I increase the vitamin C, that usually always works for me. Aromatherapy is my best friend. Eucalyptus and peppermint for congestion or stuffy nose, chamomile or lavender if I need a good nights rest. Just a couple drops onto tissue paper and in the pillow case in goes. Or a couple drops into unscented lotion. My favorite is fig and lavender. I find eating 'fresh' fruits, veggies, meats to be 'natural' rather than instant/frozen foods you find in the store. I do have instant oatmeal/fruit in my purse so I’m not tempted to eat junk when I'm out n about. When I eat healthier I find that my body thanks me. Cleaning products to a minimum.. I'll shake a few drops of eucalyptus, citrus, peppermint oils to help to kill fungi and bacteria. All you need is a water bottle to blend them in. If I could I would grow my own veggies that way I know they aren’t chemically treated. Eventually I’ll have my own garden. Speaking of sun exposure, they have moisturizers/make-up with SPF, UVB, UVA protection. Or wear a sun hat.

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    My mother grows vegetables in her garden but I'm allergic to 90% of vegetables. I'm not allergic to corn or tomatoes though, neither of which she grows.

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    I have been living this way for many years now, though mostly it has to do with the foods I eat and general consumption. My family is mostly made up of farmers so it was not difficult for me when living at home to get eggs, vegetables and such from family members. Meat and milk and other such things often obtained from farmer's markets or farmer's shops. Now I get my foods from similar shops since I'm no longer near family.

    I haven't drank soft drinks or eaten fast food and such things for years now, and I think it has been quite beneficial, plus gives the feeling of being more connected with myself and surroundings. Personally, I'd think myself an absolute hypocrite to hold a worldview such as my own, then turn around and eat junk. Neither good for the body, nor the mind.

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    The things you describe are similar to the way I organize my more 'basic habits' although I’m not sure about using the word 'natural'... it just seems like a better idea.

    I have a mainly vegetarian diet. Okay, if I caught a fish I’d probably eat it but I haven't done that since I was a child... I have a small garden but hopefully I’ll be moving out of the suburbs soon so I can have a stab at a larger vege patch with more variety, as well as fruit trees and probably a few chickens for eggs. Beans and rice/pasta are quite necessary it seems. I drink only milk, water, tea, Canadian club whiskey and pretty much any beer there is, although soon I will start brewing my own.

    I use 'smokers' brand toothpaste as it doesn't contain fluoride. I haven't tried this, but apparently baking soda and 'stevia', which is a potent sugar flavoured plant that can be made into a powder, used just for flavoring can be a very good method of oral hygiene. (If anyone is seriously interested I can dig up my resource on this to find out the baking soda: stevia ratio)

    I use 'regular' cleaning products for hair/body washing but maybe i'll try some of the other methods discussed here. I seem to never get sick so I never have had any need to use modern medicine. But if I did need something, I would prefer not, which is fine since my sister is an herbalist and can prescribe me various things according to need.
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    As a student money concerns often stand in the way of taking a natural approach to cooking and cleaning. Most often we have to get the cheapest cleaners and frozen veges as they last longer and cost less. But next year when I move into a different flat we do have plans to make a small vege garden out back
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    Eat as much whole food as I can... especially after the dr. told me my cholesterol was >300! Party over-now time to eat like a National Socialist should! Lost 20 lbs. in the 1st 2 months.

    Also a big time gardener in the warm months.

    Rich

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