earth-friendly products are increasingly gaining popularity, as people recognize
the importance of preserving nature and protecting Earth.
with little or no packaging, products made from natural ingredients and products
that are made with little or no pollution are all examples of eco-friendly products.
these gifts can be a tad challenging, but their rewards are obvious, especially
when the person you're shopping for is eco-friendly. Many of these gifts save
valuable water, energy and money, not to mention other natural resources.
searching for eco-friendly gifts, some traditional ideas include organic teas
and foods, energy saving light bulbs, all-natural soaps and personal care products,
natural fiber clothing, bus passes, plants, and compost bins.
unique and more personalized eco-friendly gift ideas include: recycled wine glasses,
memory boxes made of recycled paper, picture frames and other decorative home
accents using recycled materials, organic herb garden kits, recycled stationery
sets, and natural canvas tote bags.
rather new, yet popular eco-friendly trend are products made from hemp. The environmental
benefits of hemp are incredible. Hemp can displace traditional cotton, which is
grown with massive amounts of chemicals and is extremely harmful to people and
to HEMPTECH, ten percent of all the world's pesticides are sprayed on cotton.
Hemp fibers have proven to be stronger, more absorbent and more mildew resistant
than cotton. In addition to clothing and linens, hemp is also used in oils and
body care products, foods and papers.
wrap up your eco-friendly gift shopping, remember to shop locally first. Gifts
that promote environmental awareness are readily available at local natural products
stores including GNC, Whole Foods, Wild Oats Natural Markets, and Trader Joe's.
Some things can also be found on the Internet.
try wrapping your gifts in recycled paper or magazines. Recycled bows and ribbons
can add finishing touches or use alternatives such as yarn, twine, shoelaces,
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