Childhood Cancer is on the increase but what is the cause? UK Scientists say "germ-free" life is to blame Results obtained from recently released scientific report indicate the correlation between overly sterile, germ-free environments, mainly within the first year of a newborns life, and the prevalence of childhood leukaemia (cancer) is clearly evident There are... Continue Reading →
Due to the high alkalinity of the Baking Powder (Sodium Bicarbonate or Bicarb Soda), the powdery mildew will effectively not have a suitable, slightly acidic environment in which it normally grows in.
Have you Immunised your Child? Let Organic Lifestyle know | Immuisation Efficacy Questionnaire. We are now interested in hearing from both supporters of vaccinations and those whom may be opposed to vaccinations.
When taking cuttings to prepare for cloning, remember the fresher, the better. Take cuttings from the growing tips which are approximately 3- 4 inches long. Above is some wild rocket.
When looking through various products, some may contain all the right ingredients, cause minimal harm and still the product may not be deemed certifiable under organic standards.
SPRAY SAFE with SAFE SPRAY™ In its aqueous diluted form, SAFE SPRAY™ can not only act as a strong herbicide, but it also works as an innocuous cleaning “antimicrobial” agent with livestock, cutting down on Campylobacter and Salmonella bacteria found commonly in faecal matter. This means that your livestock will also be healthier!
Spraying with organic herbicides can also be contentious as there are few certified by trustworthy sources. Here are some Organic Lifestyle Natural Herbicide tips in conjunction with Sharon's article.
For those unaware of the amazing properties of facial oils, there are a multitude of benefits. Firstly, don’t worry about feeling greasy. Botanical oils have a small molecular structure that is similar to the skin, which makes them easily absorbed
By Bryan Stralow, Editor-in-Chief, OrganicLifestyle.blog These questions are rarely asked. Everyone "methylates". Sounds ominous but I assure it is normal. We, being the collective human 'cellular' we, actually methylate at conception, or rather, fertilisation. Methylating as a zygote... well, aren't we clever! As there are a multitude of natural, organic processes where methylation occurs, it tends... Continue Reading →