Friday, January 29, 2010

i love these headbands



Wednesday, January 27, 2010

rolling herbals with all my favorite things of the moment

just rolling some herbal smokes for featherheart trading co. you know folks, i roll these all by myself! which makes them super special 'cause they're rolled with love and all these amazing things around me....

first i must light this incense. it's my favorite in the whole world. better than nag champa!

then i put records on. right now these records are my new best friends:

and then this little fella sits and watches...

his name is waylon. or booboo or wailers or boobers or mcgillicutty or boobers mcgill.

so try some magic herbal love smokes today.


Wednesday, January 20, 2010

Saturday, January 16, 2010

beware of organic body products that aren't really organic and by the way featherheart trading co is the real deal!

check it out... organic consumers association just filed action against many organic body product companies that charge a premium and "claim" they are organic when they really aren't! featherheart trading co. is keeping it real by using ingredients found only in nature. beware of what's out there. it's truly sad and disappointing to learn that so many companies aren't practicing what they preach. here's a little tidbit from organic bytes recent newsletter:

Do you use Jason Pure, Natural & Organic, Avalon Organics, Kiss My Face ObsessivelyOrganic, Nature's Gate Organics, Stella McCartney 100% Organic, Giovanni Organic, Head Organics, Eminence Organic, Physicians Formula Organic Wear, Good Stuff Organics, Desert Essence Organics, or any "organic cosmetic" certified by Ecocert?

Hate to break it to you, but these so-called "organic" personal care products aren't really organic and actually contain hazardous ingredients that would never be allowed in products certified to USDA organic standards.

Yesterday, the Organic Consumers Association (OCA), along with certified organic personal care brands Dr. Bronner's Magic Soaps, Intelligent Nutrients, and Organic Essence, filed a complaint with the USDA National Organic Program (NOP), requesting an investigation into the widespread and blatantly deceptive labeling practices of leading so-called "Organic" personal care brands, in violation of USDA NOP regulations.

The complaint, filed on behalf of the estimated 50 million regular consumers of organic products, argues that products such as liquid soaps, body washes, facial cleansers, shampoos, conditioners, moisturizing lotions, lip balms, make-up and other cosmetic products produced by 12 different corporations have been advertised, labeled and marketed as "Organic" or "Organics" when, in fact, the products are not "Organic" as understood by the average health and environmental-minded organic consumer.

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Wednesday, January 6, 2010

been ramblin'

been away for soooo long. returned from costa rica and i'm just getting back into the swing of things. while i get settled, listen to this. . .