Okay. so i kind of understand why people are misled. The media and everything ...
But you don't have to buy a ton of green products to be green. You don't even have to buy organic to be green.
Use vinegar, baking soda and maybe a little essential oil for your cleaning products and your green. No brand names. and it's cheap!
Buy local foods. in most cases it's cheaper because your not paying for the cost of the gas to ship it and your helping out your local economy. That's GREEN.
Unplugging appliances when they are not in use does not require you to buy anything but it WILL save you money on your electric bill.
I've looked into some green products once. I was gonna sell them from home ...but when i looked into it a bit further i realized that everything they were selling had a better, cheaper greener alternative.
So are the green products a scam? probably. But GOING GREEN is not.
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