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Sally Jones

Sally is a huge fan of fresh, organic food. One of her favorite hobbies is cooking with as many fresh herbs, spices and veggies as possible. And she's devoted to her all-natural skin products and cosmetics. It's saved her and her daughter from the curse of skin allergies. When she's not writing and researching (and being a Mom), you can find Sally getting down to earth in her home garden.

Raising Honey Bees: Beekeeping for Beginners

Bee hive: Beekeeping for Beginners

Are you committed to sustaining earth’s natural balance and looking for ways to make a positive impact? Why not try beekeeping? Surely you’ve heard of the declining honey bee population and its affects on the environment. Read more to learn the basics of beekeeping, including some recommendations for equipment you’ll need to get started…

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Raw Honey Benefits: What’s the Buzz About?

Bee hives: Raw Honey Benefits

As one of earth’s friends, are you always looking for natural alternative medicinal remedies for common ailments? If so, do you know of the many health benefits of raw honey? Raw honey has played an integral role in holistic healing for more than 4,000 years. The processed honey you find today on most grocery store shelves is a far cry from its original form, particularly when it comes to the health benefits of raw honey — one of nature’s most nutritious delicacies…

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Rest Easy: Best Organic Mattress

Organic Mattress

Do you really know what’s in your mattress? You should, especially if you’re committed to consuming organic food and using eco-friendly products. After all, you spend a third of your day in bed surrounded by largely unknown materials, stuffing and chemicals. With certified organic mattresses, you know you’re exposing your body to all-natural products made without potentially harmful toxins…

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Who Needs Sleeping Pills? Best Natural Sleep Remedies

Best Natural Sleep Remedies

Can’t seem to catch your zzz’s? Feel like you rarely get a good night’s sleep? You’re not alone. The National Sleep Foundation (NSF) reports that 30% to 40% of adults suffer from occasional insomnia, and 10% to 15% say they have trouble sleeping all the time. It’s all too easy to pop a sleeping pill when you’re having trouble sleeping (more than 9 million Americans do), but do you really know how safe they are or how they’ll interact with other medications you take? Read more to learn how to sleep better at night naturally…

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