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Buy Natural Oils Online

Posted on: September 4th, 2020

Buy Natural Oils Online with Balanced Essentials That You Can Trust. At Balanced Essentials, we aim to provide a platform for you to buy natural oils online that work, and we test each product for quality. We believe in providing the highest quality product that we can to our customers, and we are proud to say that our reviews speak for themselves. If you have any questions about our products, let us know, and we will do everything we can to help you. About Balanced Essentials. If you are curious to find out more about our company, here are a few interesting facts. ● Our founder...

My Story by Elaine Spedding

Posted on: July 30th, 2020

I’ll tell you all my story. In hope that you will see. The therapeutic benefits. Obtained from using BE. I always knew that nature. Held secrets yet untold. Abound with ageless remedies. Passed down from days of old. The smell of grandma’s lavender. And homegrown herbal Tea. Were just a part of childhood. Familiar to me. But in this mad and busy world. I somehow just forgot. And opted for commercial brands. Seen advertised a lot. I just assumed they did their job. With nothing to compare. Until a friend suggested. I purchase BE Aware. She knew that I was studying. And always under...

What causes panic attacks and anxiety?

Posted on: July 24th, 2020

A human scientific study from Japan has found significant correlation between panic/anxiety attacks, vitamin B6 and iron levels in the blood. The study indicates that if you get occasional panic attacks marked by episodes of hyperventilation, you might be encountering the symptoms of a basic supplement inadequacy that is easily corrected. Panic attacks and hyperventilation attacks are paroxysmal psychiatric events, and the symptoms occur suddenly. Panic attacks are diagnosed by the sufferer experiencing at least four of the following symptoms: Palpitations, pounding heart, or...

Dr Bronner’s Soaps and pH

Posted on: April 7th, 2020

Is the pH of soap important? Soaps vary in their pH depending on how they are manufactured. Natural saponification (or the use of caustic soda (or lye) to saponify oils and fats to make soap), even with the removal of as much lye as you can, still results in a soap which has a pH in the range 10 to 11.5. This is very alkaline and can cause some irritation to sensitive skin. Common mass market toilet soaps, laundry soaps and even some “baby soaps” can fall into this category. Soaps that are based on milder saponification techniques or are “superfatted” have a much lower pH of...

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