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Jun152015

Organic Cotton in Summer's Practice

I use only organic cotton in my practice, because I am committed to choosing products that are the highest quality, most sustainably produced, and least likely to cause adverse reactions in my patients.  When you lay down on my treatment table, you can rest assured that the sheets you are laying on are made of organic cotton.  When I put a dab of essential oil on a cotton ball for you to inhale or apply to your skin, you can be sure that you are receiving only the beneficial essential oil, because the cotton ball itself is produced with organic cotton, free of contamination by chemical pesticides or fertilizers. And the beauty of organic products is that to be recognized as organic, they must also be free of genetically modified organisms, or GMOs.  This means that in addition to being the best choice for you, these organic cotton products are also the best choice for our planet, our soil, and our farmland.  From the producer of the cotton balls I use: 

 

Through the use of organically-produced cotton, Intrinsics® is proud to be a part of an industry that seeks to build up the quality of the soil that its cotton is farmed in - soil whose organic matter content is increased through natural practices, in turn increasing its water-retaining ability and resulting in stronger plants. With healthier soil, there is less water runoff (and waste), and what remains is not polluted with pesticides or synthetic fertilizers.

Intrinsics Organic Cotton has the following qualities: 

  • No genetically-modified organism (GMO) seeds
  • Strong, healthy soil content through crop rotation and increased organic matter
  • Physical removal of pests, rather than chemical pesticides
  • Maintains a better balance between pests and natural predators by using beneficial insects, biological and cultural practices to control pests

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