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Homemade Health Products: Liquid Lecithin
Foods, herbs and other natural substances may be prepared in a variety of different ways, which may be used for aromatic, nutritional, medicinal and many other purposes. See below for information on producing your own natural remedies, green cleaning supplies, non-toxic personal hygiene and other natural homemade health products.

GREEN CLEANING SUPPLIES
All Purpose Cleaner & Pest Repellant
Dish & Laundry Soap
Non-toxic Drain Cleaner
Non-toxic Moth Balls
Herbal Dryer Sheets
Tarnish & Porcelain Stain Remover
NATURAL PERSONAL HYGIENE
Antiperspirants & Deodorants
Face Masks
Shampoos & Conditioners
Tanning Oils, Sprays & Lotions
Toothpaste & Mouthwash
Vegan Body Soap
NATURE'S APOTHECARY
Capsules, Chewable Pills & Tablets
Creams & Lotions
Harvesting & Drying Plants
Herbal Oils
Herbal Sprays
Herbal Syrups & Cough Drops
Herbal Vinegars
Hot & Cold Compresses
Liquid Lecithin
Plasters & Poultices
Rosewater
Saline Solution
Salves, Balms & Ointments
Teas, Infusions & Decoctions
Tinctures, Extracts, Essential Oils & Perfumes

Liquid Lecithin

Like bile, lecithin acts as an emulsifier to mix fat and water soluble liquids in the bloodstream. Lecithin is also commonly used as a natural degreaser in shampoos, dish soap, laundry soap and other such products because as an emulsifier, it is both water and fat soluble. Whole, unrefined soybeans are the best vegan source of lecithin. If soybean oil is allowed to stand, a yellow colored solution settles to the bottom of the container. This is the lecithin, which can be separated and dried, or used as is in liquid form.
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