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We're so excited about the new addition to our coconut products range - organic creamed coconut, which gives you all the goodness of this nutrient-packed fruit in its pure concentrated form. Creamed coconut is made using unsweetened, dehydrated coconut flesh, which is then ground into...

If you’re a regular Faithful to Nature online shopper, you might have already noticed our new range of lovely lavender goodies, locally made by a company called Lavender in Lavender Hill. These pretty lavender products are designed to make you feel naturally pampered and loved;...

If you're eager to start getting your daily dose of super-nourishing hemp, but you're not sure where to start, here are some tasty and satisfying suggestions. These hemp recipes taste great, and can be easily whipped up using our natural and organic hemp products. We're...

Hemp is one of the world’s oldest cultivated plants, and for good reason; it’s also one of the most valuable, versatile and sustainable plants known to man! And while many still confuse hemp with its narcotic cousin cannabis (which comes from the same plant), hemp...

Vitamin D3 is known as "the sunshine vitamin", because your body needs sunlight to produce it. But with all the health concerns around sun exposure today, we tend to avoid direct sunlight, or cover up with clothing and sunscreen. Let's discuss vitamin D3 and how...

For those of you looking to embrace the juicy way of life, why not consider investing in the innovative whole slow juicer model from Kuvings? Read on and find out why this “big mouth” is the talk of the town! Big Mouth, Big Benefits The Kuvings juicer...

We've been talking a lot about green cleaning products lately, and about what makes them a safer, healthier and more eco-friendly choice than ordinary cleaners. So which cleaning products does our own green team use when they're at home? One of the best parts of working...

Every greenie out there knows about the basics of recycling – cans, glass bottles, papers and plastics can be easily collected in the household recycle bin, then picked up by the municipality or taken to the nearest local depot. But what about those items that...