Green Air Fresheners Albuquerque NM
Green Air Fresheners
Q Is it true that plants can clean the air in my house?
A “Plants can indeed improve your air quality,” says Bill Wolverton, a retired NASA researcher who has done extensive experiments with plants in closed environments. In fact, he adds, “In the grand scheme of things, they could survive without us, but we certainly couldn’t survive without them.”
If your home is typical, it contains trace levels of pollutants such as formaldehyde, benzene, and trichloro- ethylene, which can waft into the air from cleaning products, dry-cleaned clothes, and other sources. Certain plants, happily enough, like to siphon such chemicals out of the air. As their leaves release moisture, they also absorb the pollutants, which then get broken down inside the plants. In one of Wolverton’s studies, plants removed 99 percent of the formaldehyde in a room in just four hours.
The best pollution-busters include Boston fern, date palm, bamboo palm, Janet Craig, English ivy, weeping fig, peace lily, areca palm, corn plant, and the lady palm, as well as spider plants and philodendron. Wolverton recommends about two to three plants per 100 square feet. Try placing them where air circulates. It’s best to avoid plants with flowers, since the pollen may trigger allergies. And since damp dirt can breed mold and mildew, sprinkling some aquarium gravel onto the soil will keep the air even cleaner.
Q Every sunscreen I see contains synthetic chemicals. Are there any natural versions?
A Yes, but you may not like them: The only truly natural sunscreens are titanium dioxide and zinc oxide, the thick white mineral-based substances that lifeguards rub onto their noses.
“If you don’t mind having your entire face white like a Kabuki actor’s, they work perfectly,” says Dennis Sepp, a chemist who is president and formulator of ShiKai skin care products in Santa Rosa, California. It’s possible to find sunscreens with lower—and less visible—concentrations of these minerals. But you might as well stick with standard sunscreens; there’s little evidence that the chemicals in them are hazardous to your health.
Some people do suffer allergic reactions from products containing para-aminobenzoic acid, or PABA. But the workhorse of many sunscreens these days is a chemical called Parsol 1789, which hasn’t been shown to cause problems, says Jon Starr, an assistant professor of dermatology at Stanford University.
Your best bet is to choose a product with a sun protection factor (SPF) of at least 15. And be sure to rub on a lot of it—the biggest mistake most of us make is using too little.
Q I’ve heard that inflammation of the arteries can raise my risk of heart problems. Can I reduce inflammation naturally?
A Yes, you can—and most of the things that lower inflammation are good for you in all sorts of other ways, too. (In fact, if we didn’t know better, we’d think the whole inflammation story was cooked up by resear...
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- Cinnamon uplifts the spirit with a warm scent
- Lavender relieves stress and uplifts the spirit
- Eucalyptus soothes colds, boosts concentration and helps clear airways
- Odor Neutralizer deodorizes and inhibits bacteria and microorganism growth
- Oasis promotes a feeling of peace and tranquility
- Clary Sage calms, seductive and soothing
- Green Tea freshes air, uplift spirits
- Tea Tree provides a natural, antiseptic germicide
- Lemon Refreshes, Uplifts And Invigorates
- Orange Peel Enhances Alert, Relax Of Mind
- Rose Uplifts, Enhance Alert, Improve Concentration and Relieves Anxiety
- Sandalwood provide a Uplifting, Sensitive, Soothing Effect
- ***Fragrance on Assorted pack will be randomly assorted based on availability***
These 12 therapeutic fragrant aroma oils soothes and relaxes your body and mind. Relieves your daily stress. Uplifts spirit for a calm healthy life. Add a few drops to our Water Based Air Purifier Revitalizer and it will work as an air freshener! Try all 12 scents today!
- 12 Great Scents!
- Non Toxic! Non Flammable! Non Corrosive!
- 100% Biodegradable!
- Environmentally Safe!
- Brand New in Sealed Package
- Green Apple Scent
- 7 Ounce Spray Can
- For use in Red Max Meter Max Dispenser
- Lasts up to 90 Days
- Concentrated odor control
Scented oil is contained within an elegantly designed opaque glass bottle with the Chinese character Zen on the front. Real twigs are used to draw out the scented oil and freshen up the air. Product is packaged with a handsome box and will be a perfect gift for any occasion.
Oil available in four different scents: Green Bamboo, Chinese Tea, Lily, and Lavender.
Measurement: Bottle is H3.25" x W2.75" x D1"
With bamboo scent sticks: 7.5" tall
- One bottle of scented oil with 3 twigs
- Chinese character on the bottle means Zen
- Oil available in four different scents: Green Bamboo, Chinese Tea, Lily, and Lavender
- This product comes with Chinese Green Tea scent
|Allergies from carlton palm, MD||
This animated video reviews allergies. Allergies are commonly caused by environmental antigens such as tree pollen and dust mites. Symptoms include runny nose, watery eyes and sneezing, as well as skin rash and diarrhea. Treatment sometimes includes an intra nasal steroid. Video courtesy of Blausen Medical.
Dates: 5/22/2013 - 5/28/2013
Location: Sandia Mountain
1801 Mountain Road North West
The Carboniferous-Permian Transition Conference will be held at the New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science in Albuquerque, NM from May 23 through May 25, 2013. The Conference is a professional conference of scientists presenting research of global significance on the Carboniferous-Permian boundary. Two field trips, one pre-meeting and one post-meeting, will be offered in conjunction with the Conference. The pre-meeting field trip will take place on May 22nd and include a trip to Carrizo Arroyo. Please do be aware that the field trips are not wheelchair accessible. Carrizo Arroyo is one of the most paleontologically diverse localities across the Carboniferous-Permian boundary. It exposes mixed marine and nonmarine strata of the Bursum Formation that yield everything from plants and insects to fusulinids and brachiopods. This section plays a key role in global marine/non-marine correlations because of the co-occurrence of conodonts and insect-zone species. This trip is limited to 25 attendees. The post-meeting field trip will be from May 26 through May 28th 2012. During this trip we will visit the area around Socorro, NM. East of Socorro, marine and nonmarine sedimentary rocks of Middle Pennsylvanian-Early Permian age are exposed along the eastern margin of the Rio Grande rift. This is one of the best exposed and most studied Pennsylvanian-Permian sections in New Mexico, and recent work has brought forth diverse paleofloras, detailed conodont biostratigraphy, extensive ichnofossil assemblages, and much more. The three-day trip, headquartered in Socorro, will work through this entire section, focusing on issues of stratigraphy, sedimentation and paleontology. This trip is limited to 40 attendees. The registration fee for the conference will be $150 prior to February 1, 2013; $200 from February 1st through April 30th 2013; and $250 from May 1st through the conference. The pre-meeting field trip to Carrizo Arroyo will be an additional $25 and the post-meeting