• Neem: A Magical Tree with Solutions to Most of Your Problems

    Neem: A Magical Tree with Solutions to Most of Your Problems

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    There are more than 130 physiologically active chemicals in the neem tree and it's no surprise that it's a useful antiviral and antibacterial agent, as well as a potent immuno-stimulant. In a nutshell, neem is the perfect zero-waste cure to most of your health-woes!The health advantages of neem leaves, a proven traditionally effective medication, have been discussed for years. It would be unusual to...
  • Want Bappa to stay with you forever? Plant him!

    Want Bappa to stay with you forever? Plant him!

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    Celebrate Ganesh chaturthi with these Plantable Ganesha. These eco-friendly Bapp idols can be symbolically immersed in the backyard or lawns, where the clay mound with the seed can be perfected into a sown area. This eco-friendly Ganesh idol is completely made out of natural clay and painted with 100% organic colors. This serves a wide range of purposes - one, we do not have to...
  • 5 amazing Zero-waste DIY Haircare Masks to pamper your lustrous locks this monsoon

    5 amazing Zero-waste DIY Haircare Masks to pamper your lustrous locks this monsoon

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    The season in which your hair needs some extra care; the season along with heavy downpours and cravings of chai-pakode brings extreme humidity and stickiness in the environment. This builds the likelihood of dandruff, hair fall, and different issues like greasiness, dullness, and frizz as well. To avoid damaging your hair, and at the same time trying to fit into a zero-waste lifestyle, an excellent idea is to...
  • Microplastics: A Curse for the Human Civilization

    Microplastics: A Curse for the Human Civilization

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    Microplastics are also ejected from heated blenders and plastic food containers. Microplastics are generally classified into two groups. Any plastic pieces or granules that are already 5.0 mm in size or smaller prior to infiltrating the ecosystem are considered primary microplastics. Microplastics have a high chance of consumption, absorption into, and retention in the bodies and cells of many creatures since plastics disintegrate slowly
  • Understanding the Art of Minimalism in Everyday Life

    Understanding the Art of Minimalism in Everyday Life

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    The Importance of Minimalism in Everyday Life We must live simply, consciously, and forward in order to live a minimalist existence.
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