Life has improved beyond measure since I have started using green health products. My family has also begun using several different green products. They have also become much healthier. Our quality of life has climbed up several rungs on the ladder of better living.
I have not considered myself a health fanatic, although I have stayed away from products that were recognized to be bad for you. As I was growing up, green was only a color. It was not associated with the lack of pesticides or chemicals. The green revolution started in the early 1900s, where synthetic nitrogen fertilizers and pesticides started shifting to more organic products.
Green living has accelerated in popularity in the past decade. I am not going to spend much time on the topic of green sustainability, but rather green, natural and chemical free products that is significantly changing the lives of desperate individuals. I happen to be one of these individuals who has had a life changing experience with a few green products.
I used to suffer from knee pain, as I was on my knees all day long repairing large copiers and office equipment. I was introduced to magnets that were placed in my shoes and also adhered with medical tape directly on the painful areas. Within a few days most of my pain was gone! These products were designed by the Japanese, who apparently had been using this type of technology for many years.
Why is it that when an awesome product is discovered which drastically improves health, it seems like you can only get it from a company that is set up as a multi-level organization? This means that the price is inflated to support the “up line” and the owner. Unfortunately, most of the green and non-green products that I have found that works, is set up as an MLM. Hopefully, some day someone will create a great product, and makes it available on the standard market without inflating the price.
I suppose that eventually my life will reflect more of the full array of sustainable organic living. A few of the materials that apply under this topic are; cork, hemp, cob, bamboo, papercrete, linoleum, cordwood, cellulose insulation, adobe, rammed earth, jute, wool, coir, rubber, as well as recycled products. Wind, solar, geothermal, biomass and water are a renewable source of sustainable energy. Many pages could be written about each and every one of these green products.
My intentions are not to “push”people into green living, but to inform others that there are health products available that will drastically improve their quality of life. It is said that only about 7 percent of the population regularly use organic health products. This number is expected to increase to over 80 percent in the next decade.