Naturally Colored Easter Eggs

Naturally Colored Easter Eggs

Planning on dying Easter eggs this year? Try making colors from all natural household ingredients! Make the following colors by simmering their corresponding fruit or vegetable in one cup of water for 15-30 minutes (color deepens over time): • Yellow – 2 tablespoons ground turmeric • Pink – ½ to 1 cup shredded beets • Purple – 1 cup red onion skins… • Orange – 1 cup yellow onion skins • Blue – 1 cup chopped purple cabbage or frozen blueberries Remove from heat and cool to room temperature. Strain into glass jars and add 1 tablespoon white vinegar. Submerge eggs in liquid, then refrigerate overnight. Dry eggs and rub them with a small amount of oil afterwards for added...
DIY – Antifungal Foot Powder + Toenail Fungus

DIY – Antifungal Foot Powder + Toenail Fungus

Homemade Antifungal Powder for Stinky Feet + Toenail Fungus Total Time: 10 minutes Serves: 8–10 applications Ingredients: 1–1/2 tbsp Bentonite Clay ½ teaspoon cayenne powder 2 drops of cinnamon essential oil 2 drops of clove essential oil 2 drops of frankincense essential oil a shaker bottle, glass if possible, or glass jar Directions: In a small bowl, combine the bentonite clay and cayenne powder. Add the essential oils and blend well. Place the concoction into your container. I always recommend glass when possible to prevent chemical leaching or a BPA-free powder bottle. You can also just use a glass jar and a spoon or clean makeup brush. Sprinkle the powder onto your feet. (Remember to wash your hands thoroughly before touching your eyes, especially since there is cayenne in the blend.) Another great way to apply it? Put in the toe of your sock, then slip your socks onto your feet. That should help it get between the toes. Apply twice daily for one to two weeks. You can even sleep with it on, but make sure you wear your socks to prevent it from soiling your bed sheets.http://draxe.com/antifungal-powder/?utm_campaign=DIY-Jan-2016&utm_medium=Social&utm_source=Facebook&utm_term=Antifungal...