Does your laundry detergent grow on trees? If it does not, then
you are transdermally poisoning yourself on a daily basis!.
Did you know that the product that you use to wash your
clothes that come in direct contact with your skin, not just during
your waking hours, but while you are also asleep, is the worse
poison you could expose yourself to?
All laundry detergents that are traditionally formulated to
clean and sanitize your sheets, and clothes contain a long list of
chemicals that are highly hazardous to health. All these chemicals
have been identified by research as xenobiotics, and in Ayurveda,
we know them to be slow poisons, or garavisha. Garavisha slowly
spreads into the body so that you won’t feel anything for weeks,
months, or years. But that chronic and/or autoimmune condition that
you suddenly wake up to one fine morning will be its gift down the
line. Isn’t it time we stopped poisoning ourselves? Why use
health-hazardous chemicals when we can use the detergent that
mother nature intended for us? Soap nuts (Sapindus mukorossi) grow
on trees, that grow wild all over India and Asia. They are natural
cleaning berries (the seed is discarded and the shell is used)
whose shells release saponins, a natural substance that works much
like soap for removing dirt and grease residues from clothes as
well as other surfaces. It can be used with hot or cold water. It’s
been used in Ayurveda for ever as part of formulations for washing
hair! I have been using it in my SVA HerbRich Shampoo for
Soapnuts are biodegradable, eco-friendly, sustainable and
hypoallergenic. They clean and soften your laundry. They are also
the best thing for babies! Strands of Vetiver have been added by
Vaidya Mishra to give additional freshness and cleanliness. With
the Soapnuts, you can not only steer clear of toxic hazardous
chemicals that poison your household, but you will also avoid
polluting your environment and nature with toxic chemical residues
that disrupt the plant and animal cycles on earth. Soapnuts are
compostable, sustainable, and fragrance-free. You will never want
to use anything else after you see how bright it will make your
whites, and bring back the color in your colors, adding softness
and freshness, and keeping you garavisha-free all year round!
Mother Nature has always given us all that we ever needed, and
more! Isn’t the greatest show of gratitude for her gifts the actual
use of those gifts, so we can protect our lives and the environment
she created for us to thrive in?
Directions: Soapnuts can be reused for wash the same day.
Each soapnut pouch can be reused for wash until the soapnuts
disintegrate - around 10-12 times each pouch.
Use the small pouches for cold/warm washes. Optional: add 1 tsp of
detergent for the cold/warm wash for additional cleaning power.
Use the big pouches for heavy soiled hot washes. Optional: Add 2
tsp of liquid detergent to heavy soiled hot washes for additional
For delicates that require cold hand cleaning, let a small pouch of
soapnuts sit in hot tap water for 5-8 minutes, then add that water
along with the soapnut pouch to your hand wash. Let it soak for
30-45 minutes, and then clean and rinse as usual.
Contents: Starter kit includes:
1- 2 oz. Soapnut and Vetiver Liquid Detergent bottle
1- Small Soapnut and Vetiver Pouch
1- Large Soapnut and Vetiver Pouch
Disclaimer: This product and statements have not been
evaluated by the FDA (Food and Drug Administration) and are not
intended to be used to diagnose, treat or cure any disease. All of
the information above is intended to be used for educational
purposes only and may not be used to replace or compliment medical
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