Posts tagged Sustainability
Essential Oils And The Plant Conservation Dynamic

The future of plant availability through the lens of the essential oil market is of great concern. Many people are unaware of just how much plant material is needed to create a decent yield of essential oil. I am a firm believer that any plant being used in excess, regardless of its availability, is at risk for potential endangerment. This is how most endangered and at-risk plants receive their title anyways; over-harvesting leads to extinction.

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10 Reasons Why You Shouldn't Be Wildcrafting

Wildcrafting is a practice that our ancestors took part in for generations and is how they got their food and medicine. I believe wildcrafting is in our lineage, it’s a part of us. Although, our world has shifted and the greed and over-use of wildcrafting have damaged our ecosystem in more ways than one. We must remember that plants are a crucial part of sustaining our ecosystem and its inhabitants.

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The Menstrual Cup

Menstrual cups are the most sustainable and eco-conscious period hygiene options there is on the market. More so, period cups don’t come with a laundry list of health hazards. This is your in-depth guide into the menstrual cup down to insertion, removal, and disinfection. It’s time to make the switch for the planet, your wallet and for your health.

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