Nature’s Fresh – Part I

January 9, 2006 at 11:38 am 1 comment

I’m constantly amazed by this product! It is one of those that you must have on hand because it will help just about anything. In our household we have used it to freshen laundry baskets, the car interior, our carpets, and even on our dog! Plus we have used it on sore muscles, aching backs, and as a gargle for sore throats. It works and we love this stuff!

O.K. your probably thinking “What is it and what does it do that’s so great?” Well, Nature’s Fresh to put it simply is a liquid enzyme product. It consists of a mixture of six different classes of enzymes which are derived from plants and suspended in water. It also contains a small amount of surfactant (an agent to reduce liquid surface tension so it will spread out) to help evenly disperse the enzymes when sprayed.

This product was initially introduced by Nature’s Sunshine Products (NSP) back in the 80’s as a household stain remover and deodorizing agent. And it is remarkably effective for these uses. What NSP didn’t realize was that they had developed a product that was an amazing aid for healing the body as well.

It all started when some innovative NSP managers felt inspired to spray Nature’s Fresh over the area of a spinal slipped disk. They had read that disks were composed mostly of enzymes and decided to try using the enzymes in Nature’s Fresh topically to promote healing in the disk. It worked! Word got out and soon NSP managers were spraying Nature’s Fresh on just about everything with almost miraculous results.

Here is a list of uses for Nature’s Fresh:

Household Uses:

Air Freshening and Odor Removal

Carpet Cleaning and Spotting

Dish-washing Aid

Laundry Spot Remover and Freshener

Mold and Mildew Remover

Natural Underarm Deodorant

Pet Deodorizer

Topical Spray For:

Acne

Arthritis Pain

Back Pain

Bites and Stings

Breast Problems (ie. Cysts)

Broken Bones

Bumps and Bruises

Disk Problems (slipped, herniated, bulging, etc.)

Fibromyalgia Pains

Menstrual Pain

Muscle Spasms and Cramps

Rashes and Skin Irritations

Sprains and Pulls

Sunburn and Other Burns

TMJ

Wounds, Infection, Injuries

Internal Uses:

Digestive Problems

Gargle for Sore Throat

Mouthwash

pH Balancer

Yeast Infections

Click here to purchase Nature’s Fresh!

*Watch for more on Nature’s Fresh in Part II where I will be listing recipes for specific problems and how to use it in a variety of ways.*

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1 Comment Add your own

  • 1. Dave  |  January 14, 2008 at 5:53 am

    Stain remover and deodorizing agents are good . But it is always better to clean your teeth clean by using some products like’ cleanbetweenmachine’

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