Cleaning Products

All chemical cleaning products are very toxic for all life on the planet. Not only is the application horrendous, but the smell alone is toxic. Please take this very seriously, it will be negatively impacting you, and your animal’s systems immensely.
The Cellular Impact

With our animals’ sense of smell at 40 times that of humans, these toxic smells do immense damage to their beautiful organic bodies. We know when we encounter a smell we do not like, we have to leave. The animals, however, are stuck in our households, and do not have a lot of places to go to get away if we are liberally using toxic cleaning products.

These TOXIC PRODUCTS change their chemistry in their body primarily affecting the liver, spleen, kidneys and heart, adding to their “toxic load”.  This includes all living creatures in your households, birds too!

Laundry Detergent

Impact on Animals | Absorbed through SKIN and ingested via SMELL

What might be in your detergents, if you are buying directly off the shelf in any mainstream store:

1. Fragrances containing phthalates which have been linked to diabetes, obesity, and hormone disruption (affecting both development and fertility.)

2. Surfactants  known irritant and toxic to aquatic life toxic-surfactants/

3. Bleach known irritation – burns via smell the inside of the body, and breathing problems

4. 1, 4 Dioxane known carcinogen – very, very, very dangerous to all organic bodies

5. Phosphates and EDA

6. SLS | Sodium Lauren Sulfate  is so bad for us and the environment that it actually has 7+ different names, so it can be harder for the public to identify. Similar to what the corporations are doing with MSG having over 28 different names. Some of SLS’s aliases are :

  • Sodium dodecyl sulfate (SDS)
  • Monododecyl ester
  • Sodium salt
  • Sulfuric acid
  • Sodium salt sulfuric acid
  • Monododecyl ester sodium salt sulfuric acid
  • Sulfuric acid monododecyl ester sodium salt
  • Aquarex methyl
  • Akyposal SDS
  • A13-00356

7. NPE | Nonyl Phenol Ethoxylate known endocrine disruptor. How does the toxicity impact you and your loved ones?? It is absorbed via all bedding, and clothing when one sweats. It travels into the environment and impacts the planet and her water resources exponentially.

Symptoms Expressed as a Result Chemical Exposure?

• Respiratory problems
• Eye irritation
• Neurotoxicity – biochemical and cellular changes
• Cancer
• Hormone issues – developmental and reproductive

Animal Self-Medication
Real-Life Example | Dog Itching Constantly

This is an example of one product, GAIN, on the market which is impacting a client of mine heavily. Below is the dis-ease causing highly toxic mind-boggling ingredient list listed below which the animal is breathing 24/7 and is being absorbed by the humans skin. Source |

    • Water
    • Sodium And MEA C10-16 Alkylbenzenesulfonate
    • Sodium Laureth Sulfate
    • C10-16 Pareth
    • Sodium Citrate
    • Sodium Borate
    • Fragrances
    • Propylene Glycol
    • Pentasodium Pentetate
    • Alcohol
    • C10-16 Alkyldimethylamine Oxide
    • Sodium Formate
    • Polyethyleneimine Alkoxylated
    • Calcium Formate
    • Hydrogenated Castor Oil
    • Subtilisin
    • Alkoxylated Amine Substituted Triaryl Methane
    • Amylase Enzyme
    • Ethanolamine
    • Polyoxyalkylene Substituted Chromophores (Yellow)
    • Blend Of Acid Blue 9 And Acid Yellow 23
Planet-Friendly Alternatives supports this brand which supports refillable jugs, and the product line has no harmful junk in it |

For Wool Products | Ecostore Eucalyptus Wool & Delicates (New Zealand)

Stain Remover | For clothing, carpets, and even countertops, Buncha Farmers All Natural Stain Remover

Cleaning Products

Impact on Animals | Absorbed through SKIN and PAWS, and ingested via SMELL

The words “Organic” and “Green” and “Natural” mean nothing unfortunately.  Please read the ingredient list and look for certifications.

Please use cleaners which are neutral in scent and are made from the earth’s organic compounds. Also, please read the label carefully before buying any product as many corporations are throwing this word “organic” or “green” on packaging which, has nothing to do with the ingredients in the actual product.

I help the animals heal with smell, so even the ones that smell lovely to you may impact your being’s physical body negatively, as every being is different.

Also, it is incredible that pet products, including the terrible food, are sold in the same aisle in the grocery store as the cleaning products. This is a red flag to us all! The whole aisle is toxic and smells toxic, too. None of it should be in your household, much less ingested.   

Cleaning with Essential Oils

Impact on Animals | Absorbed through SKIN and PAWS, and ingested via SMELL

Every essential oil’s scent has a role in healing the body, mind, and spirit, but they still need to be chosen by the being. For example, one day lavender might smell lovely to the reader, and another day terrible. This is because your body does not need this plant’s healing properties on that particular day. The same applies to our animals.

Therefore, do not use essential oils in spaces where your animal cannot escape the smell. You will potentially do damage to their systems, their health.  I do not advocate cleaning with any essential oils as again you can impact the animal’s internal cell structure.

Planet-Friendly Cleaning Alternatives

We use the following, for example: Cleaning | Baking soda and vinegar; Windows | Vinegar and water; Toilet bowls | Baking soda with Dr. Bronner; Laundry | Dr. Bronner or Seventh Generation; Dishwasher | Seventh Generation dishwashing liquid; Dishes, by hand | Seventh Generation; Floors | Dr. Bronner, unscented – THIS IS A BIG, BIG DEAL – as our animals are on our floors all the time and whatever you use will be going directly to their organs, their heart; Kitchen counter spray | Seventh Generation

And based on the above, we are not paying huge amounts of money for toxic chemicals, as our product base is very small, our house does not smell of chemicals, we are not poisoning nature which we love with toxic smells via the dryer (one example), nor are we supporting corporations ad their shareholders which are not in alignment with what we wish this world to be.

Dishwasher & Mold |  Just in case anyone does not know this – always leave your dishwasher open a little to dry out.  This will prevent mold harvesting in it.  I always see people closing their dishwasher which then becomes a breeding ground for all kinds of things.  Keep it open and let it breathe after every load and especially throughout the night.  Even if it has stuff in it, let the machine breathe. It will be much healthier for you all.

Hand Sanitizer

Impact on Animals | Absorbed through SKIN and ingested via SMELL

This stuff is lethal. It is killing your gut microbiome, and hurting your organs.

It is incredible how FEAR can market such a deadly product with it being made available now all through hospitals, even at bank tellers I see it.  These are harsh chemicals, triclosan used heavily, which literally travel to your heart in 40 seconds.

Please stop using this stuff.  It kills all good, friendly bacteria in your body and increases your toxic load on all your organs.  Good old soap and water will do the trick.  Check all the info out on the web, children and pets will be heavily impacted.

I cannot even imagine the internal damage if pets are licking this off your hands or if you are handling their food once applying this.

If one would like to take this a step further, check the Material Data Safety Sheet for each of the chemical ingredients on the back of the bottle.  Toxic soup.

Resources worth reading:

Healed Cancer

This is a great article about a woman who healed her cancer. One thing she did, was change all her “products”.

What is in your Cupboard?

This is a great video about what may be in your home hurting ALL organic bodies:

10 Toxic Household Products found in your Home

Vinegar by Vicki Lansky
Baking Soda by Vicki Lansky
101 Amazing Uses for Apple Cider Vinegar by Susan Branson
Clean Mama’s Guide to a Healthy Home: The Simple, Room-by-Room Plan for a Natural Home by Becky Rapinchuk
Natural Solutions for Cleaning & Wellness: Health Remedies and Green Cleaning Solutions Without Toxins or Chemicals by Halle Cottis

We must all use our purchasing power to send a message, “Corporations, shareholders, stop poisoning our home, the planet, and our families, and all plant life”.