A bit about the power of essential oils & Aromatherapy.

Posted on September 12, 2016 by Polly Glasse | 0 comments

A great study done on the effects of essential oils (the only true aromatherapy) and how it's possible to help our bodies heal with toxic pharmaceuticals. This study was performed Republic of Korea. A good question is "Why aren't studies on the effects of essential oils performed in the USA?"



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Sunscreen for babies.... really?

Posted on August 19, 2015 by Polly Glasse | 0 comments
I was clicking through big name brands of sunscreen. I came across this one for babies.  Sounds like it's not so good for anyone, much less a baby. Please read your labels. Do not be fooled by terms such as "all natural, natural botanicals, naturally derived," etc. This has no guarantee that the product you are purchasing is actually natural as you think it is or should be. The first ingredient in this formulation is Retinyl Palmitate. The FDA did a year-long study a short while ago. They found this ingredient in 40% of the sunscreens on the market. They determined this ingredient actually caused skin cancer tumors.  Really... in a sunscreen for babies, much less?  This is also a very common ingredient in anti-aging products for women. 

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dehydrated? A rehydration electrolyte cocktail recipe

Posted on April 10, 2015 by Polly Glasse | 0 comments

Dehydration recipe graphic When you have the flu, you have "fluids" coming out from your body. Whether you ride a bike long distances, are an endurance athlete, etc., it's the same thing. What to do. You can use the commercial sugar drinks. However, here's what I used and continued to use whether it's recovering from a virus where I've been throwing my guts up, or during & after a century bike ride. This formula uses nature's ingredients that help our body rather than the sugar and commercial electrolytes that are on the market. I've found great results and very quickly, in the way I feel during and after.

  • 1/4 cup fresh lemon juice
  • 2 tablespoons raw honey
  • 2 big pinches or organic sea salt
  • mix into 1/4 cup hot water to melt the honey

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The 411 on real ingredients

Posted on March 25, 2015 by Polly Glasse | 0 comments

Happy Spring Everyone!

Each season we experience changes in weather, pollinating insects, heat, cold, water, etc. I'm moved to write this blog because we just received new shipment of pure, yellow beeswax. It has a warm, honey smell. This time the color is dark yellow.  (and that's just ONE of the ingredient we use)

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Cross Training Hand Care

Posted on March 22, 2014 by Will Reynolds Young | 0 comments

Cross Training Hand Care

Kettle Bell Hands

Let us get real for a moment; lifting and gymnastics are hardcore. As with any heavy duty workout; it will take awhile for the hands to toughen. Therefore, in the meantime you might experience torn or flayed skin. Also, even seasoned Cross Trainers might on a rare occasion end up with bloodied hands because of the intensity of the workout, et cetera. However, have no fear because the solution is quite simple.

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