Organic Remedies – Main Difference Between Natural Remedies
What is the Main Difference Between Organic Remedies and Natural Remedies?
Are organic remedies and natural remedies the same? What about organic medicine and natural medicine?
Well first of all it’s important to look at what Organic And Natural mean.
Anything that is Organic means it is entire growth and production is free from chemicals and toxins, for example, free from anything that is not a natural fertilizer, pesticide, or preservative.
The biggest difference between an organic remedy and a natural remedy is although both remedies may be made by the extraction or blend of ingredients from nature for example a plant; vegetable, fruit, or tree. In the cultivation and growth of the ingredients, the plant or plants the remedy is made up of must be completely free of anything inorganic or manmade from seed to end of production.
Anyone who manufactures an organic product needs to pass what is regarded as organic certification. For example, we recommend a lot of NYR Organic Products because we use them ourselves. Neal Yard Remedies sell a variety of natural remedies, some are organic natural remedies, some are organic essential oils. Anything that is clearly organic has to be clearly labeled.
The biggest difference between an organic remedy and a natural remedy is although both may be extracted from nature for example a plant, vegetable, fruit, or tree. In the cultivation and growth of the plant, the plant or plants the remedy is made up of must be completely free of anything inorganic or manmade.
This means that natural medicine although medicine from nature isn’t necessarily organic medicine, neither is a natural remedy automatically organic remedy it is important to check the ingredients and or label of the product.
We have includes some of our favourite natural and organic remedies, organic essential oils below:
Organic Remedies To Support Immune System
is a perfect blend of organic aromatherapy essential oils that can help support and defend the human immune system it includes Organic Thyme Essential Oil with purifying Niaouli and the refreshing zing of lemongrass.
As an aromatherapist Thyme, Essential Oil is one of those pure essential oils that I would recommend adding to a spray bottle or blend for the extra fight against certain bacteria and viruses in hospital stays or on holiday.
Pure organic eucalyptus oil is another powerful essential oil used in organic medicine and natural medicine, and it is particularly used in a lot of cold and flu natural remedies that are applied to the chest or used for inhalation, great diffuse at home during cold, flu or virus seasons. Learn More
Elderberry syrup is one of the oldest and well known natural remedies, organic remedies used in the winter months here in the UK. Elderberries are known for their high antioxidants and vitamins. Other than being used as a cough syrup it can be a great boost to be added to your cereals, porridge, or fresh juice,
this is one of the natural organic remedies that your family should have in their first aid box this winter. It is made of honey, marshmallow extract, thyme flower extract, aniseed fruit extract, and vitamin c at a great price. LEARN MORE
Organic Remedies To Treat Insomnia, Sleep Issues
Organic vetivert (Vetiveria zizanoides) is an organic essential oil that is deeply sedating and grounding, it is also said to be useful as a nerve tonic. It can be a great essential oil to support a deep quality sleep especially if you suffer from insomnia, work night shift, or back shift, and your sleep cycle is compromised. Use sparingly for example don’t overdo or continue to use daily without a break as vetivert can absorb and stay on the bloodstream for more than a few days, so good to take a rest from it. Vetivert is also said to repel ticks.
Organic Remedies For Babies And Children
Natural Skincare Products For Babies
A collection of Natural and Organic Baby Balm, Pure Baby Oil, and Organic Baby Bath and Shampoo with lovely organic cotton flannel. The perfect gift to nurture that newborn baby or infant. Learn More