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Well, organic farming cares for the environment

without relying on synthetic chemicals.

Rather than using pesticides, farmers prevent

pests by planting a diverse range of crops,

using a rotation system and NO artificial

pesticides, herbicides, hormones or growth


These are all questionable for maintaining a healthy body.

The organic farmer believes the food it provides should be as Mother Nature intended and strives hard to conserve natural ecosystems.

In organic personal care products only minimal processing is permitted and only natural or traditional ingredients are allowed. There should be NO synthetic chemicals, unnatural dyes, colourings, flavourings or other additives.
Similarly, “organic” should mean grown and cultivated without the use of chemicals, but the chemistry definition means ‘a compound that contains a carbon atom’.

Since carbon is found in anything that has ever lived, certain companies can get away with using synthetic chemicals and still call their products “organic”.

You should always check the labels for the ingredients and look out for the internationally recognised
organic logos.


What is Organic?