Save your good health, your precious rupee and your beloved Mother Earth choosing organic products when you shop and making some of your own necessary household supplies.

Presently, the greatest threats to your health and household atmosphere lurk under your kitchen and bathroom sinks. Dermatologists report that more than 95% of serious skin complaints especially eczema, either are caused or are exacerbated by general household cleaning products; and in most cases switching to all-organic household products clears-up the skin problems within a week to 10days. Endocrinologists report similar findings with food allergies; when kids with serious food allergies begin eating whole foods free of additives and preservatives, their so-called allergies disappear in approximately 85% of cases.

All the sanitizing, cleaning and deodorizing products you use to keep your home sparkling fresh and squeaky clean also threaten to qualify it as a dangerous waste dump for the reason that they are filled with toxins and volatile organic chemicals that, in only slightly higher concentrations, are approved only for industrialized use. Look at the labels on your favorite household cleansers and then go to the internet to look-up the Materials Safety Data Sheets on those ingredients. Learn to your mortification, just how many carcinogens you spread across your kitchen counter in the name of "killing germs." Find out how, when the "scrubbing bubbles" smile at you from your television screen, they really are flashing you sinister grins. The chemicals that dissolve soap scum also ravage the ecosystem as they float downstream.

Continue your education in your shower caddy, where you will find fewer carcinogens but still will discover all kinds of petroleum distillates, waxes and harsh cleaners. The most accepted hair conditioner for example, works its miracles on your hair by infusing it with the same chemical found in the most popular household lubricant. And products labeled "botanical" generally contains less than 2% genuine herbal or floral essences.

How to find actually organic products

Become a passionate and avid label-reader, learning to read between the lines on the shout-outs and learning to decode the mysteries of ingredients lists. As a rule of thumb, food products with five or fewer ingredients will pass the all-organic test with flying colors and food products with the tell-tale initials "FD&C" will score epic fails. When you see prepositions like "with" as in "with natural botanicals," you securely may assume that the manufacturers splashed in some floral fragrances at the last minute, giving their same old nasty product a new scent and feel but rendering it no more earth-friendly.

The Drug and Food Administration has begun setting standards and guidelines for "organic" and "green" products. Presently, the two terms are not identical. "Organic," as it should means "made with all natural things"; but "green" most often means the product was made without anything that scientists know will harm people or the atmosphere. In other words, a "green" product may still be filled with derivatives and synthetics other than researchers have yet to prove they cause any harm.

For total assurance of a household or food product's purity and integrity, buy the one that meets "vegan" standards.

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