Due to high volume with shipping carriers, orders may experience a 2-3 day delay in delivery
Subscribe and Save 15% Off your First Order - Learn More
Free Shipping and Free Returns*
Get to know Dr. Group

Healthy Home

If your lungs are overworked or damaged by smoking, illness, allergies, or just being around air pollution in the environment, you can take specific steps to cleanse your lungs. Keeping your lungs clean, clear, and healthy will give you a greater connection to your vital life force. (more…)

There are many sources of stress in life, some overt, some less obvious. One type of stress that doesn't get a lot of attention but has a big effect on our health is the stress associated with our environment. Some environments are very low stress – like getting out in nature. Other environments, like a loud, noisy industrial factory, wear on us much differently. If you're trying to live a healthy life, you need to consider all the inputs, including how your environment affects you. Here, we’ll take a look […]

Comments Off on Environmental Stress: How It Affects Your Health

Diatomaceous earth is a naturally formed, sedimentary mineral rock. It's derived from the remains of diatoms — oceanic unicellular algae.[1] Diatoms are over 30 million years old, and they're formed from the cementation of microscopic, algae-like plant remains into the earth's surface. These chalky, clay-like remains are usually found in the form of a thick, white, siliceous powder known as diatomaceous earth.[2] Often used to support body cleansing, some research suggests that diatomaceous earth is a natural tool for promoting normal blood lipids, detoxing heavy metals, and eliminating harmful organisms […]

Currently, more than 80,000 chemicals are used to produce many of the common household products we use in the United States. With an estimated 1,500 to 2,000 new chemicals being introduced every year, it’s impossible to completely avoid exposure to these agents. It is, however, possible to cleanse your body of many harmful compounds and create a healthier environment inside your home.[1] Here we’ll explore the various types of toxins that can affect your health, how you’re exposed to them, and how you can reduce that exposure. (more…)

Many people don’t realize the number of toxins they are surrounded by in their home. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the air in homes and other buildings is usually more polluted than the air outdoors, even in major cities. With many new chemicals introduced to the world’s markets every year, household toxins are more prevalent now than ever before. These toxins are found in many household items, including mattresses, floors, furniture, and cosmetics. Ridding your house of these harmful substances can make your home healthier, happier, […]