Pesticides are some of the most toxic chemicals to be found around the home — and unfortunately, they are found around the home all too often. Consider the risks. According to the National Cancer Institute, childhood cancer has increased nearly 30 percent since pesticides became commonly used household products. In addition to the cancer link, chemicals found in pesticides have been associated with allergies, birth defects, and even psychological disorders.
High concentrations of toxic pesticides are especially dangerous for not only children, but also infants, toddlers, the chronically ill and the elderly. These groups tend to spend a lot of time in the home, have limited mobility and in some cases, have compromised immune systems.
Adding all of this up, it becomes clear that commercial pesticides are simply too dangerous to be used in and around the home.
Stay healthy at home with these natural pesticide solutions:
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Tea is the most devoured beverage on the planet behind water. However, 78 percent of the tea devoured worldwide is black and just around 20 percent is green. Green tea, local to China and India, has been devoured and hailed for its medical benefits for quite a long time universally. Green tea is the most beneficial drink on the earth.
Take a look at the infographic below to realize why you should start drinking this supernatural green tea right now.
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Besides giving a great look, some plants give some cleaning and calming effect to help you get end with those sleepless nights. Check out this following list of plants that you can place in your bedroom for a better night time:
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A good night’s sleep—not only is it something we need, it’s something we crave. If you often find yourself awake, tossing and turning at night despite yearning for sleep, you’re not alone: according to the National Sleep Association, between 50 and 70 million US adults suffer from a sleep disorder. In fact, lack of sleep is such a prevalent issue that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recently called insufficient sleep a “public health problem.”
Several factors can keep us from getting the rest we need, including insomnia, anxiety, stress and poor air quality. Luckily, there are many natural remedies that can help facilitate the rest we need. Simply introducing certain plant species into your bedroom can help reduce stress, boost your mood, and promote a more restful sleep. Below we’ve compiled a list of the 15 best bedroom plants to help you get a good night’s rest. Since what works best is different for each person, we’ve listed them without a specific order.
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There are numerous homes or herbal remedies you can use to ease your asthma attack if you are getting fed up with using the inhaler or medications. These herbal remedies have no side effect, and they do not make you as dizzy like using medications for your asthma.
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