Growing Green Families: A Guide for Natural Families and Healthy Homes

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Praeclarus Press, Oct 3, 2016 - Health & Fitness - 108 pages

Growing Green Families gives you easy strategies for you to "go green" and provide a safer environment for your family. It includes numerous ways for you to reduce environment toxins in your home by making simple changes in the products you use. Master herbalist Donna Walls provides lists of safe products and many easy recipes to make your own using natural ingredients. Growing Green Families includes natural alternatives for personal care and housecleaning products, organic strategies for your yard, and how to shop for healthier food. When it comes to keeping your family healthy, every bit counts. Growing Green Families gives you the tools you need to make that first step towards a healthier lifestyle.

"Growing Green Families: a Guide for Natural Families and Healthy Homes is a great starting point for anyone interested in household do it yourself activities, and quite informative even for a seasoned homesteader. Donna Walls is a certified aromatherapist and master herbalist who offers neat tips on how to use essential oils, dried herbs, and other natural household items to make a multitude of bath and body products, cleaners, and even to treat minor injuries. There's a great comprehensive list of essential oils and for what they are used, which is now bookmarked for easy reference in my house "

-Eric Frey

"A must for families looking for a healthier way of life."

-Connie Livingston, RN, President, Perinatal Education Associates, author, Innovative Teaching for Birth Professionals and Creating and Marketing your Birth-Related Business

"Donna presents down-to-earth help for a healthier environment."

-Yvonne Dunphey, Cox Arboretum and Gardens

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About the author (2016)

Donna Walls is a nurse, childbirth educator, and lactation consultant in Dayton, Ohio. She graduated from the Australasian College of Herbal Sciences as a Master Herbalist in 1997 and became certified as an Aromatherapist in 1999, and teaches aromatherapy and herbal medicine at Sinclair Community College. She is particularly interested in women's health, including breast cancer prevention, with a focus on the connection between health and the environment.

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