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Tampons are expensive and even at its worst not readily available, this has made many women stop using them. Due to this factor, Organic Brands Limited will soon be officially launching its new organic cotton tampons brand after a recent prelaunch; this will mark the introduction of a phenomenal, cost efficient commodity for all women in the world. Organic Brands limited Tampons are providing the cheapest alternative for organic tampons in the market, our 100% pure Organic tampons retail at £2 per pack while the competitors have their tampons ranging from £2.79 all the way to £4.99. Over and above, Organic Blends Limited is providing great opportunities for women to play a part in philanthropic activities to the society. This is in light of the ongoing policy where Organic Blends Limited is offering 15% of its profits to those women who are not capable of purchasing tampons; a big heart for helping others. Purchasing a tampon just got easier and less of a hassle for the busy woman, buy your tampon on the plan that fits you best and get the tampon delivered straight to your door. Organic Blends Limited provides three schemes that one can use to purchase those tampons

By | August 9th, 2017|

75% of Pregnant Women at risk of giving birth to premature babies and by cesareans according to the finding of a Global Study

It has been found out in a medical research which entails the examination of 5000 pregnancy data in Asia, US and Europe that 23% of pregnant women do not gain enough weight recommended for pregnant women. More than 50% of pregnant women are also said to gain more weight than the recommended weight, this higher weight gain was more prevalent in western countries. This means that 75% are not getting the healthy recommended weight. The effect of this imbalance in weight is the increase in risk of premature birth, birth by caesareans and the prevalence of both obesity and excess gestational weight. Other important findings indicate that 7% of women were underweight and 38% were overweight at the time of pregnancy. Pregnant women having a higher weight gain are at a higher risk of having large babies which might lead to requiring a caesarean birth while women having lower weight are higher risk of premature birth. A separate, landmark report released on by the Australian commission on safety and quality in healthcare, found an increase in the rate of caesareans in Australia and varied with location. The Queensland area of Bribie Island had the highest rate of 438 per 1,000 women

By | August 11th, 2017|

109 Inspirational quotes that will make you stronger during stressful times

Spread the LoveLove the quotes? Share it with your friends on FacebookPS : Do you want to help yourself and the environment , we are on a mission to create the world’s most affordable organic Tampons, Sign up to enter your chance to win 5 years supply of organic tampons when we launch!

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109 Inspirational quotes that will make you happy with the way you look like

Spread the Love Love the quotes? Share it with your friends on Facebook PS : Do you want to help yourself and the environment , we are on a mission to create the world’s most affordable organic Tampons, Sign up to enter your chance to win 5 years supply of organic tampons when we launch!

By | August 11th, 2017|

The Dangers of Using Non-Organic Tampons that Every Woman Should Know

Tampons have been in existence for so long. However, some women have not been taking their safety into consideration with the use of inorganic tampons. Over the years, the use of inorganic tampons has caused a lot of sicknesses and diseases to some women. Such diseases include fibroids, cancer, and pelvic inflammatory and endometriosis diseases. In support of this, some of the dangers in the use of inorganic tampons will be considered below. It may lead to an outbreak of several ailments as stated above. So many times in the production of cotton, a lot of herbicides and pesticides are sprayed on them. Later on, some inorganic tampons are produced from such cotton, hence making it dangerous for women to use such tampons. Some cotton used in the production of the tampons is genetically engineered. This can result in the development of certain antibiotic resistant bacteria. This can have a long-term effect on the woman's body. Some alternative tampons production processes can lead to the generation of dioxins at very low levels. The low levels of dioxin generation can result in the development of certain defects at birth and some immune problems. However, considering the dangers listed above, one can conclude

By | August 11th, 2017|

21 Undeniable Reasons to Love Organic Tampons

Generally, we take special care to eat organic foods when we need to take care of our health. However, we usually lag behind when it comes to other products. When was the last time that you stopped and considered your choice of tampons, or wonder about the effects of the ingredients in the product that comes into contact with your skin every month? Regular tampons are quite harmful to your long-term health, and it is high time that you should switch to an organic alternative. Here are some of the major reasons why you should use Organic Tampons: 1. Lowered Risk of Toxic Shock Syndrome (TSS) Regular use of synthetic tampons can lead to toxic shock syndrome (TSS). The high absorbency leads to this serious disease. Thankfully, Organic Tampons do not pose a threat to your health, as they do not include a superabsorbent. 2. No Disruption of Hormone Function Most of the regular tampons you can find in the market are made from wood pulp. The pulp is bleached in order to allow the pulp to be absorbent. But this creates dioxins, which are notorious for disrupting the hormone function in the female body. When you switch to Organic Tampons, you don’t have to worry about this anymore! 3. No Chlorine Have you noticed the bright white colouration of tampons? Well, that is due to the addition of chlorine, which is used as a bleaching agent. Needless to say, it is harmful to your vaginal tissue. Organic Tampons do not use Chlorine in the

By | August 11th, 2017|

The Nightmare for Homeless Women in the UK—Being Forced to Use Newspapers and Toilet Papers instead of Sanitary Products

No woman looks forward to getting her period. It can be painful, and a monthly nuisance when all your energy seems to be drained. Apart from that, they cost a fortune. In the UK, tampons are considered as a «luxury, non-essential» item, and are charged at a 5% tax rate. Exactly what about stanching the painful shedding of the vaginal lining makes tampons a luxury item is baffling. The average woman spends more than £18,000 on their periods— enough to buy a Tiffany ring and wedding band!How this Affects the Homeless Women in UKThat said, it is easy to understand why the homeless women in the UK cannot afford tampons. Setting up a place for shelter and food can take away their chances of spending on «luxurious» items like tampons, and they have to resort to using alternatives like toilet papers and newspapers.Being homeless, and not having access to one of the most essential items in feminine care not just a nuisance; it is a complete nightmare. Imagine not having a place to sleep, limited-to-none food supplies, and walking around scrabbling for tissues or newspapers to stem the flow of blood.Because menstruating is such a personal problem, most homeless women refrain

By | August 11th, 2017|

Should Menstrual Leave become a Women’s Right Issue? Answering the How and the Why

Even though no known statistics on how many women miss work due to their periods are available, there are relevant news stories available where businesses have addressed this issue with some even giving women time off work during their menstrual cycle. «In 2016, Coexist, a company in Bristol, developed a „period policy,“ to give female employees the right to take time off work. They company’s policy entailed synchronizing work schedules with the body’s menstrual cycle.» Is Giving Women Time Off Work a Productive Policy? The naysayers of this policy would argue that by giving women time off work, productivity is hindered. However, in the case of Coexist, the productivity increased. Look at it this way: A company without a «period policy» may have a high absentee rate due to women missing work due to intense cramps, back aches, and fatigue. The company’s productivity levels will take a hit because they may have planned a bunch of tasks, which they would now not be able to complete. The opposite is if the company had a «period policy» in place, it would have enabled them to plan work accordingly. Wouldn’t Giving Women Time Off Work during Their Menstrual Cycle be a Sexist Move? Male employees of the organisation may show some disdain towards a policy that gives women time off from work, characterising it as a sexist move against men. We have a way to work around that too. Companies and organisations fearing a backlash can give

By | August 11th, 2017|

Why You Should be Using Organic Tampons

If you’re eating organic fruit, drinking from sustainable water bottles, and applying natural sunscreens, shouldn’t you also be paying attention to your choice of tampons? After all, tampons are going into your body every month, affecting your most vulnerable tissues. Not only are organic tampons better for your health, the pesticide-free cotton used in organic tampons has a ripple effect on the rest of the environment and helps reduce your carbon footprint. Plus, when you purchase organic tampons by Organic Brands, you help women who can’t afford feminine hygiene products: for every box of tampons you buy, a woman in need will receive a box for free. That’s our Buy one give one promise. The Dangers of Non-Organic Tampons Non-organic tampons contain cotton grown with pesticides and a synthetic rayon mix that has likely been bleached and whitened with chlorine. They may also contain chemical fragrances or dyes. Rayon and the bleaching process produce a toxic chemical byproduct called dioxin. Exposure to high levels of dioxins puts women at risk for a damaged immune system, endometriosis, reduced fertility, and increased risk of pelvic inflammatory disease (PID). While the dioxin hazard has been reduced because of improved bleaching methods, dioxin is still detected in non-organic tampons — even those made of 100% cotton. And due to decades of pollution, dioxin can be found in the air, water, and ground — so it may be present in the

By | August 11th, 2017|