Welcome to a new organization around Body Basics. Over the last year, Iodine and Magnesium Cream outsold everything else, reflecting that people do need these things or people are ready to use them!
♦ Magnesium spray $15
♦ Argan oil and Argan soap $20 / $7.50
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We pride ourselves on great products at very reasonable prices. Have a look around, see what works for you, and send your friends!
Mrs. Hamilton's Kitchen and Bath Cleaners
From a very small producer, these all-natural, extremely fresh-smelling household cleaners might quickly become your favorites. Non-toxic and alcohol-free, just spray and wipe for quick deodorizing and cleaning. Made with organic tea-tree and essential oils, vinegar, distilled water and great care! Available in Lemon and Lavender scents, with an additional 8-ounce concentrate for refills. Glass container with sturdy spray pump.
4-oz. refillable spray bottle LAVENDER $8
8-oz. refillable spray bottle LEMON $12
8-oz. concentrate (makes 1/2 gallon) $20
Mg2+ Magnesium Cream
Our body needs magnesium as much as it needs iodine! (see Health tab) An electrolyte that serves as a mediator in many biochemical processes, magnesium also relaxes tissues, alleviating muscle and joint pain. Essential for proper neurological functionality, the most effective uptake method for magnesium is transdermal, or through the skin.
This particular magnesium cream contains rich and penetrating emollients. Made with magnesium chloride from the ancient Zechstein sea, it doesn't sting (as does saturated magnesium oil), and it feels and smells wonderful! Use liberally, on sore joints and muscles -- or anywhere -- and your body will appreciate it. (With grapeseed and coconut oils, shea butter, beeswax and 14% magnesium chloride.)
3-ounce tube $10 or 8-ounce with pump $24
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Also see Magnesium Chloride Spray $15
Keep that phone at bay!
Wireless radiation is known to be genotoxic (harms DNA), neurotoxic (harms the nervous system), and carcinogenic. Yet people are addicted to the convenience of mobile gadgetry. How do you distance yourself from a "burping" phone? This refers to the intermittent pulse given off by cell phones (every few seconds) as they maintain connection to a cell tower or base station. One way is to turn it off, another is to keep the phone away from you, and yet another is to put a shield between you and the phone.
Click here for the full selection -- get ready for a spread of colors, fabrics and designs! All cases have a front pocket for ear buds, so you always have them handy. Above are designs we think appeal to women ... plenty of solids and neutral looks for the less flashy.
More plusses: Great gifts, keeps your phone free of scratches, makes it easy to find in a briefcase or purse. Keep the shielded side of the pouch next to your body. Text and dial with the phone on top of the case, thereby protecting your hand! Best of all, the pouch will remind you that your cell phone is not a "safe" accessory ... use it sparingly!