Wool Dryer Balls

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  • Hand-Made 100% Wool

  • Clothes Dry Faster - Save $$$

  • Chemical Free

  • Removes Static & Softens Fabrics

  • Lasts 4+ years - machine washable

 

​3 Wool Balls $27.00 

​6 Wool Balls $54.00 

Christmas Special

​6 Wool Balls $48.00 

Suggested Use: 

  • Use 1 ball for regular dryer loads

  • Use 3 balls for heavy loads such as jeans, towels, bedding

I also use 1/3-1 cup of baking soda in washing machine for enhanced eco-friendly cleaning & softening power that also protects your health. Vinegar works great as a rinse aid.

 

Toxin Exposure Facts:

Did you know these symptoms can be caused by toxin exposure in fragrances used in laundry cleaners/softeners, air fresheners, candles, personal care products, cleaning supplies, perfumes, lotions, baby wipes, dish soap…?

Migraine headachesAsthma attacks Skin problems (rashes, hives, red skin, tingling skin, dermatitis)

Neurological problems (dizziness, seizures, head pain, fainting, loss of coordination)      

Respiratory problems (difficulty breathing, coughing, shortness of breath)                                          

Cognitive problems (difficulties thinking, concentrating, or remembering)                                            

Mucosal symptoms (watery or red eyes, nasal congestion, sneezing)                                                 

Immune system problems (swollen lymph glands, fever, fatigue)                                                         

Gastrointestinal problems (nausea, bloating, cramping, diarrhea)                                                             

Cardiovascular problems (fast or irregular heartbeat, jitteriness, chest discomfort)                             

Musculoskeletal problems (muscle or joint pain, cramps, weakness)

 

Anne Steinemann  https://www.drsteinemann.com/            
Univ. Washington Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering & of Public Affairs

 

 “Air vented from dryers that use scented products contains a mix of some 25 chemicals. 7 of the chemicals are classified by the EPA are hazardous air pollutants – toxins that can cause reproductive issues or birth defects. 2 chemicals, acetaldehyde & benzene are classified as carcinogens, for which the EPA has established no safe exposure level.” Anne Steinemann 2011 (Univ. of Washington Study published in Air Quality, Atmosphere & Health)   Air Qual Atmos Health. 2016; 9(8): 861–866. Fragranced consumer products: exposures and effects from emissions Anne Steinemann 

   “Nearly half of the products tested emitted chemicals that have "no safe exposure level." What does that mean? These chemicals      are classified as carcinogenic Hazardous Air Pollutants by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. The EPA's position is that        not even one molecule of exposure is safe or risk-free.” 

Claudia Miller http://drclaudiamiller.com/ & http://www.chemicalsensitivityfoundation.org/

Allergist & Immunologist at Univ. of Texas Health Science Center

Expert in chemical sensitivity or toxicant-induced loss of tolerance

 

   “Products intended to keep homes smelling fresh can set people up for a lifetime of chemically induced illness, and repeated            exposure to small amounts of household chemicals can trigger symptoms to previously tolerated chemicals. “The best smell is        no smell.”              

 

Alicia Schoolman of  Struggles to Triumphs Health & Wellness Coaching a business of Simplicity Fitness, llc     

                                                   alicia@strugglestotriumphs.com   847-875-8070

*A Health Coach is your personal ally providing professional guidance and support and is not intended to substitute professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment.  Always seek the advice of your physician or medical professional with questions regarding a medical condition.

 

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