1000s of Toxic-Free Products & Websites

Casari Ranch

Comforters, pillows and mattress pads made right on the farm from their own organically grown and milled wool and organic cotton. They raise grass-fed lambs for meat (local sales only), so this wool utilizes the whole animal.

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“The only product available that kills all 17 bacteria known to cause unhealthy nails without using harsh chemicals or causing painful side effects. The formula was developed by a world-renowned professor at a leading university in Michigan, and remains the only all-natural solution. Athletes, seniors and anyone suffering can be freed from unhealthy nails with Nail 17. Nail 17’s patented formula combines the naturally occurring essential oils of Camphor, Thymol, Menthol, and Eucalyptus, specifically selected for their ability to promote healthy nails. Each individual oil contains properties that effectively stops the progression of the 17 microbes that cause unsightly nails, promoting healthy new nail growth. The inactive ingredient, Isopropyl Alcohol, carries the four essential oils to deeply penetrate the nail plate.” NOTE: I don’t usually recommend isopropyl alcohol, however I am recommending this product which contains it because it is much safer than other treatments.

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All-natural nail and cuticle oil made with certified organic essential oils guarantees it will improve your nails so they don’t bend, tear, or break. “Rx4Nails is a proprietary blend of all natural, certified organic oils and vitamins. The base ingredient is Soybean oil, with a dollup of coconut oil.”

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Ward Pumice Company

“Sustainably harvested pumice kept exactly the way nature made it….over 99% of stores’ so-called pumice is adulterated..crushed to granule and powder, then “glued” back together and injected into molds.In corporations’ quest for product uniformity and large consistent supply, pristine stone’s original abrasive quality is compromised.” Retail outlets

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Chagrin Valley Soap and Salve Company

A large selection of body care products—including soaps, face and lip care, shampoo bars, and bug repellant—made from “certified organic ingredients–herbs and flowers, vegetables and fruits, sustainable oils and butters and pure essential oils to create fresh, wholesome products that will nourish your skin and be kind to our planet.” The company is certified organic as well as the ingredients.


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I tried this oil for hair, skin and nails and it improved my hair with one drop. It’s made from three ancient oils—buckthorn, macula and baobab—each cold-pressed, wildcrafted, organic, non-GMO. Each bottle is hand blended by an organic hairdresser with over 30 years in the industry. This is very potent!


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Hullo Pillow

“A simple, natural pillow designed for comfort….From the 100% organic cotton twill pillow case, to the carefully sourced and selected buckwheat hulls, Hullo pillows are made in the U.S.A. with the finest materials available.” Larger than traditional buckwheat pillows. Easy to adjust fill levels.


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Mary’s Alpaca Poop

Compost tea “poop paks” made from alpaca manure “proven to be best organic fertilizer.” It’s clean, with no mess or smell, so it can be used indoors for houseplants as well as in the garden. It provides all the nutrients found in compost, including beneficial micro-organisms. Approved for organic farming by OMRI.


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Big Spoon Roasters

Handcrafted nut butters, made from scratch to order, all made with high quality ingredients. Their basic peanut butter, for example, is made from fresh-roasted peanuts, honey, sea salt, and a bit of organic coconut oil for a very smooth texture. But the really interesting thing is all the unique flavors and combinations. Hot Peanut contains chili peppers. Then there’s peanut cashew, peanut pecan, and peanut cocoa. Then almond cocoa, almond ginger, vanilla peanut sorghum (made with fresh vanilla beans) and more.


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