The world is full of stuff to buy. Here's a small selection of special things that you probably won't find all together in any other place.
Once a busy online DVD store, the offerings here have changed. Why? Because everything around us is always changing ... people's needs, interests, curiosities ... as well as that volatile thing they call "the economy."
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So have a look around. It's an eclectic collection. See what works for you, and send your friends!
Himalayan Soap Berries
Part of the Lychee family, the Sapindus Mukorossi tree grows wild in the foothills of the Himalayas and its berries contain just about the highest surfactant content found in nature. What is surfactant? It's basically "natural soap." Ancient people washed things too, and many of their discoveries can be brought right into our homes. Tie a few of of these nuts (as dried soapberries are called) in a little bag and throw them in your washer with your clothes. No need to use detergent -- you will find that the wash you get is fresh and clean and smells like it was done in the sun and wind outdoors!
Cheaper than detergent and a lot more fun, too! Excellent for people with sensitivities to chemicals.
Sample size available ($3, washes 8 loads), click here
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!