72 Uses For Simple Household Products To Save Money & Avoid Toxins

The products available on the market usually contain harmful toxins. They can cause skin irritation and give off toxic fumes. This can result with alergy symptoms and rashes.

That’s why we recommend you to use natural cleaning products. You will be surprised how good they are.

They are also more versatile and cost-effective.

Here are few ways how to use products you probably already have at home!

1. Castor Oil

You can use castor oil for so many things! It can keep away rodents, restores the health of your plants and lubricates kitchen scissors. As a natural beauty product, castor oil strengthens your eyelashes, relieves cracked heels and softens your cuticles. Castor oil also soothes dry and itchy skin, relieves menstrual cramps, helps induce labor and can be used as a laxative.

2. Lemon Juice

The best natural alternative to chemical products, but with no harmful toxins, is the lemon juice. It cleans everything. You can use it for glass and mirrows, it disinfects your cutting board, brightens your whites, and refreshes your toilet.

Use it internally, pulp and all, to detoxify your body. It can stimulate digestion, relieve sore throats, and boost your immune system. You should also keep fresh lemon juice on hand to reduce wrinkles, shrink pores and disinfect cuts!

3. Castile Soap

For sensitive skin, we recommend you to use castile soap. It is very gentle for your skin, but it is yet powerful to kill bad bacteria. Use it as an all-purpose cleaner and dish soap. If you want you can also try it as a body wash, a pet shampoo and as toothpaste. If you suffer from eczema, psoriasis, acne or other skin issue, washing with castile soap may greatly reduce your symptoms.

4. Apple Cider Vinegar

One of the most versatile items in your home is apple cider vinegar. It’s great for repelling fleas, deodorizing your laundry and cleaning your microwave. Keep it in your washroom to soothe sunburns and treat acne or to use as an aftershave and as a conditioner for your hair. You can even try it as a detox and weight loss tool, a cold and flu remedy and to control high blood pressure.

5. White Vinegar

White vinegar is recommended for eliminating strong odors like garlic and onions and keep your groceries fresh. You can also use it for polishing silverware and for cleaning the windows in your home. Try it to unclog your drain, cure an upset stomach, and soothe bee stings.

6. Coconut Oil

Coconut oil is used for polishing wood, to replace WD-40 and to remove shower scum. Coconut oil is also a great beauty product. Try it as a lip gloss, hair serum and deodorant. A spoonful a day can also help improve thyroid function and reduce migraines.

7. Baking Soda

This is very simple way for treating heartburn and relieve diaper rash, and also makes a great deodorant and toothpaste. You can get rid of stuck-on dirt and grime by using it to scrub clean your grill, oven, toilet and tub. You can also bring it along on camping trips to put out fires.

You can easy replace the chemical cleaners with natural ones. At least, give them a try.

Source: Daily Health Post

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