An eco-friendly holiday season is a great way to show our gratitude to the planet we call home. To achieve …
Oat milk is very easy to make. All you need is water, oats, a blender and a sieve and you’re good to go. So, why is it popular? For one, it has tonnes of health benefits due to the abundance of valuable vitamins and minerals. It’s also good for the gut. In this post, you’ll read about the many advantages of adding oat milk to your diet, possible drawbacks, and more.
Bamboo clothing is some of the most sustainable and eco-friendly options around. If you can wear them longer before washes, you’d be doing a great favor to the planet. I had a fun time taking on BAM Bamboo Clothing #DareToWearLonger challenge with three of their pieces. Here’s how I got on…
The chaga tea, once hidden from the public eye, is thriving today. For good reason. The potential health benefits of chaga tea are numerous. Granted, there is no concrete evidence, yet, on its positive effect on human health. Still, studies have provided enough for us to be optimistic about the beverage.
Natural dyes are environment friendly and the perfect choice for green-living souls. So, why are companies reluctant to try them? Are they that financially unfeasible? Does the quality suffer in comparison to industrial dyes? Read on to know more, including the benefits of natural dyes and two easy-to-make DIY recipes.
Is vegan leather an eco-friendly substitute for animal leather? Yes and no. While in many ways, it is certainly better, it’s not the perfect green substitute. Read on to learn about the sustainability issues of vegan leather, companies who are working to change that, and more.
It’s not that difficult to start an apothecary. All you require are familiar herbs that you can use to make simple tinctures, teas and salves. Later, as your knowledge grows, you can move to more expansive experiments. Read on to know more.