Warning, do not take internally!
Tired of commercial detergents which contain contain chemical surfactants,? Some of which (such as 1,2-Dioxane have been shown to be carcinogenic and volatile. But soap berries (AKA Soap Nuts) are all-natural and have been used for centuries around the world.
Soap Berries contain saponin which are a class of chemical compounds found in particular abundance in various plant species. More specifically, they are amphipathic glycosides grouped phenomenologically by the soap-like foaming they produce when shaken in aqueous solutions, and structurally by having one or more hydrophilic glycoside moieties combined with a lipophilic triterpene derivative.. (Courtesy of Wikipedia)
You can dry out the soap berries place six of them in a muslin bag and toss in washer.( It can be reused approx six times.
You can also crush the dried Soap Berries into a fine powder and mix with water. Use this to replace all your store bought detergents, shampoos, soaps and scouring powders which are toxic.
How to Grow Soap Berries:
The soap nut tree (Sapindus Mukorossi) gets very large.
and must be grown in frost free climates. It takes about ten years for it to produce fruit from seed. An alternative would be to buy online or your local health store. You would be surprised how much money you would save verse store bought cleaners.
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Wow, I didn’t realize so many people do not know how to make a poultice.
How to make a poultice:
Take any dried or fresh plant grind up in a blender or food processor. Pour scalding hot water over it , let cool and stir into a paste. Voila, you have a poultice
Use cheesecloth or cotton cloth as long as it is sterile and not too thick(you don’t want it to absorb the moisture from the poultice). Place poultice in the wrap and place where you want it.
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Twigs, stem and needles.
The plant offers great medicinal benefits to keep a person safe from various illnesses. Young twigs, stem and needles are used to extract the oil. Steam distillation process is applied to get the oil.
Benefits of the oil:
The oil works as a great sedative. Improves the quality of sleep in a person. Helps to ensure good condition of the liver and lungs. Helps a person to increase the frequency and volume of urination.
How to apply:
Oral intake, Inhalation, diffusion and dilution are common application techniques.
Do not use this oil during pregnancy as it is highly sedative.
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