Barter For Almost Anything For Going Green

I'd like this to be a great place to barter for both you and me. So, here is a list of what I'll barter for. You can pay for it outright where it has a price listed, includes shipping. Or, where there is no price then the sky is the limit.

I like recycled things for going green. Handmade just about anything useful. No dust collectors.

Soaps (organic/natural honey/oatmeal, unscented goatsmilk, raspberry), decaf teas, pet toys, organic jams (sugar free or low sugar), embroidery floss, cotton batting, velcro, wool felt or cotton felt, tea cups just to name a few.

Wednesday, August 18, 2010

Green Tip #5: Four Clean-ups That Will Save You Money

Green Tip#5: Four Clean-ups that will save you money. I go to the experts to find my money saving tips. They do all the research for you and take the guess work out of what works and what doesn't.  In my library of must have on hand books is one called: "A Cure For All Diseases" by Hulda Clark, Ph.D., N.D. This book is a must have for all households in my opinion.  Once, you get it you'll see what I mean.
On page 397 she starts with "Easy Lifestyle Improvements" that covers ways to keep from getting sick to reducing germs.  It covers, better eating habits, laundry habits, kitchen habits and better housekeeping habits.
Then on page 409 she starts with the "Four Cleanups," Dental, Diet, Body and Home.
Finally, on page 513-560 she has Recipes that covers the four clean-ups.

I'll give you one recipe from each section to whet your appetite. You'll just have to get the book, I'm tellin ya now you'll be happy you did.

Tip#6: Your Own Soda Pop- Excellent for stomach problems. Put 1 teaspoon citric acid, 2 tablespoons vegetable glycerin (look online) 2 tablespoons honey (agave, maple sryup) and 1 lemon juiced by hand, into a quart jr and fill with cold water. Refrigerate until ready to use. Then add 1 teaspoon of pure baking soda (Spectrum Chemical Co) and shake a few times, keeping the lid tight. Pour over ice.
Variations: Blended fruits in the blender added to the above recipe. You can add ginger or other spice to give it zip in place of the lemon.
Note: If you have heart disease, high blood pressure, esophagus problems or edema don't use baking soad use potassium bicarbonate instead.  Ask you doctor for the proper ratio. Limit yourself to one glass a day even if you don't have the above problems.  (author's tips)

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