The child sculpts a heart of yellow slime on a blue table.

 

How To Make Slime

Are you running out of ideas on how to keep the children entertained during this lockdown period? Whilst we still have decent weather this could be an awesome crafts morning outside for you all, made with just a few simple ingredients. And let’s not limit this slimey, gooey fun to just the children – let you hair down and enjoy …

 

 

Dopamine Activation Breathing

Inflammation and excess acidity are the beginning of almost all diseases. In 20 minutes of Dopamine Activation Breathing you reduce your acidity, become more alkaline and cleanse the body of unneeded waste materials and carbon dioxide whilst strengthening the lungs and oxygenating the brain. Grant and I learnt this method a few weeks ago with Marcel Hof, which included sitting …

 

white vinegar and essential oils with sanitising spray

 

DIY Natural Hand Sanitising Spray

Our natural hand sanitiser uses antiviral essential oils and double strength 9.9% acetic white vinegar for it’s ability disinfect and kill germs in the same way that bleach, does without the harmful toxins. This type of vinegar is not the same as what you put on a salad, DO NOT ingest 9.9% white vinegar. No matter what you read all …

 

4 glass jars of tea leaves

 

Herbal Teas To Help Dislodge Mucus

You’ve heard me talking about Marshmallow Root Tea (Althea officinalis) before. We drink this healing tea every day and have now added Liquorice Root, Mullein and Fenugreek to our tea cupboard. These teas are important at this time as they help to dislodge dry mucus at an early stage. Once you have a thinner, looser mucus it is much easier …

 

Close-up Of Milk Spilled From Glass On Carpet

 

How To Remove The Smell Of Spilt Milk

The smell of spilt stale milk is nothing short of repulsive, especially on the carper in the car. One of our customers came into the store and shared this clever process for getting rid of the offending smell. How To Remove The Smell Of Spilt Milk First wash the area carefully with soapy water, then soak up any excess with an old towel, …