Good article of information, thank You!
I just Love the benefits of all Natural Cures being the only cures I use for sicknesses that people would normally run to get medications. HAHA FDA, some of us in the masses are not conforming to your drugs. Big drug corp drug pushers! No wonder they don’t approve all natural products. They have most of America on drugs! I rarely ever get sick, but right now me & my daughter are sick with a cold. Honey mixed with cider vinegar cure along with a couple other things are working for us. No fears of side effects and is way cheaper too! I will be showing my daughter this article because she fights me some on the taste of the honey and cider even though she’s 19 and not a kid anymore…Plus to teach her more.
Too bad there’s not many honey bees left! They say between cell phone signals, pesticides and other things, we’ve managed to wipe out the honey bee population to basically scarce, as if you look around outside you rarely see them. I live in Florida, so I should see many but only see a real honey bee once twice per year! Without the honey bees, we’re all screwed!
I heard Israel made a “super bee” breed, so Idk.
I would not use Nature Babycare diapers/nappies at all. They are made in Israel and so help fund the ethnic cleansing and other crimes against Palestinians. Purchasing Nature Babycare is not a vote for human rights.]]>
@ Sarah- I did not know that starving children in Gaza through collective punishment and the long history of Israel’s massacres had anything at all to do with self-defense. Sisty-five UN resolutions against Israel, the Goldstone report on Israel’s war crimes in the Operation Cast Lead massacre and the UN report on the massacre of nine unarmed aid workers on board the Mavi Marmara are just some testimony of Israel’s insane behaviour. If your country was occupied and armed fundamentalist settlers came to steal your farm, how would you feel? Palestinians have had to deal with a brutal occupation for 43 years and Israel is unwilling to end it. The land left for the Palestinians has shrunk year-by-year over the decades while the Palestinians who live as citizens in Israel are treated like second-class citizens with dozens of laws to discriminate against them in this ethnocracy. It is no surprise then that victims of South African Apartheid who have seen firsthand how Palestinians are treated have stated that Israeli Apartheid is worse than South African Apartheid racism. Many Americans are not even aware how racist and violent Israel behaves. American media are too scared to touch the subject and adopt self-censorship. Sarah, since you are American, I have this site to offer you more information:
@Michael. I could not agree more. I got the shockof my life when I found ‘Made in Israel’ in tiny print after purchasing several packs thinking this was a Scandinavian product. I was fooled by the Swedish flag on the packaging which insinuates that these are Swedish nappies/diapers. Some sizes do not even have ‘Made in Israel’. It is so misleading and the company should be more forthcoming about the origins of this line of their products. I have contacted the company in various manners (Facebook and through their site) about the contradiction in information on packaging and the investment in a country that starves children in Gaza. They did not enter into any conversation with me and blocked all further questions. In other words, they seemed worried about the bad publicity and wanted to muzzle me as quickly as possible. I find the company dishonest and one big greenwash when it comes to how they invest. They should be more aware of the concerns of customers who have ethical standards and should treat people with more respect.]]>
We used nature babycare nappies for my first born two years ago. We´ve just had another little boy, and have just started using a new brand of called Little Takas. I just couldn´t ignore their claims of 90% biodegradbility and apparently that is reached within a year. So after only a short time of use, we haven´t had any spills and no rash!! The price is actually quite reasonable too. I really suggest you have a look at www.littletakas.com
I can´t help but think that if all parents made an effort to use the most environmentally friendly nappies, our children won´t inherit a planet of garbage. And if Little Takas or another brand meet even higher environmental standards, I would sure love to put them on my little boy.
I received a bunch of these diapers on a diaper cake at one of my showers. I was excited to start using them once my daughter increased in size and needed a size 2 diaper. I have to say I HATE these diapers. They are bulky and dig into her thighs causing deep red marks. If they didn’t cause bright red “dig” marks from the tabs, I would have used them regardless…But I’m sure they can’t feel all that great on her little legs. I really wanted to like these diapers, but now even though she is still in size 2, I have maybe 30 or 40 of these diapers just sitting in a box not being used. Very disappointing.]]>
I’m looking for a green nappy solution but I don’t think this is it. we are still talking about 40% of all this not degrading in landfill.]]>
I hate to say it, friends, but Naturebaby diapers are NOT biodegradable. Their green marketing campaign insinuates that they are because they are “based” on corn. Essentially, we used about 300 diapers thinking we were not sending them to an eternal landfill. Well, we were.
Personally, I am going to have to go a different rout with my diapers for a couple of reasons. Not only did they try to pull the wool over my eyes with a deceptive marketing campaign, the diapers are MADE IN ISRAEL. I don’t think I need to support their economy.
Thinking of going back to 7th Gen. or Gdiapers…. will be more carefull to check “Made in ____” in the future.]]>
We have used Nature Babycare diapers for my son’s entire life. We’ve always been happy with their performance and LOVE the new improvements they’ve made. Before my son arrived, my husband - who was against cloth diapering - made me do a cost analysis of cloth diapering vs Nature Babycare vs grocery store brands. While cloth diapering, hands down, was the least expensive over the time frame a child wears a diaper, Nature Babycare, per diaper, was LESS expensive than the grocery store brands! Nature Babycare isn’t available in stores in our area - not even Whole Foods - so we utilize Amazon.com’s Subscribe and Save program. They send us a shipment in quantites and frequencies we choose at 15% off the price. It’s so simple!
Just as an aside - my husband isn’t a heathen for not wanting to cloth diaper. We knew our daycare didn’t allow cloth diapers, and the upfront costs associated with it were enough to deter us from doing it for the 10 weeks we were home on maternity leave.]]>
The gdiaper system used as cloth, is wonderful. I bought a 6-pack to try out, when i saw them on sale at diapers.com. I was so excited, I ordered them one evening and they arrived by the next afternoon! I’ve been using them with prefold and flatfold diapers. I got a leak at first because I hadn’t put them on my baby properly, but it’s now been over a week and they’ve worked out so well for us. He looks so cute in them, and now that the warm weather is here I’ll sometimes just let him go around the house in his gdiaper. I love that we’re not contribuiting to land fills, I’m saving money and his bottom is rash free!
Right now diapers.com has a sale on the 2, 6, and 8 packs of gdiapers and if you enter the code :MLX26222 you get $10 off your first order and a $5 credit towards your next purchase.]]>