NaturOli Soap Nuts/Soap Berries. 1-Lb USDA ORGANIC (240 loads) + 18X BONUS! (12 loads) Select Seedless. Wash Bag, Tote Bag, 8-pg info. Organic Laundry Soap/Natural Cleaner. Processed in USA!
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- Genuine USDA CERTIFIED ORGANIC soap nuts / soap berries. Premium de-seeded, fresh, saponin-rich, wild-harvested, sun-dried Sapindus Mukorossi fruit from the Himalayas of India and Nepal. NaturOli is a certified processor for the USDA National Organic Program (USDA NOP), the ONLY official U.S. Organic Certification agency. Certified by QAI.
- Includes 1oz trial size of our Extreme 18X Liquid Soap Nuts ($5.90 value), ONE (1) large 3-1/4 x 4 3/4 Wash Bag, 8 page instruction and informational pamphlet.
- Buyer Beware! - China-grown berries are NOT compliant with USDA's Agricultural Organic Safety Standards & Regulations. Our soap nuts are NOT a chinese import.
- Properly store in a climate controlled, USDA inspected, warehouse. Inspected, sorted, and packaged IN THE US in reusable natural muslin / cotton drawstring storage tote. NO PLASTIC!
- Organic laundry soap, natural detergent & all-purpose, green household cleaner. Hypoallergenic & fragrance free. Ideal for sensitive skin. Leaves laundry clean, soft & fresh. Safe for delicates, silks, wools, & organic fabrics. Excellent for cloth diapers.
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These nuts work great in hot water. They suggest if you're using cold water, to soak the nuts in hot water for a few minutes before throwing them in the laundry. I never found time to do this and since I wash almost all my clothes in cold water, they weren't going to work for me with this method. I'm not boiling water before each load of laundry and I waste too much water letting the tap run hot, so I decided to look for another method. This lead me to one of the greatest natural cleaning product discoveries of my life...
Boil these babies. 15-20 nuts, six cups of water for 40 minutes, add a cup of water, boil for 30 minutes, add another cup of water and boil for another 30 minutes. I took an old tshirt, layed it over a strainer, and strained it, and I made 4 quarts of soap concentrate. I add about half a cup of vinegar for every quart and some essential oil for scent if I want, and that's my laundry soap. 1/4 to 1/2 a cup per load. I'm a waitress, a tom boy, I have dogs and its muddy this time of year. Everything comes out really clean. Add a little lavendar to your soap and wash your bed linens. It's heavenly.
I handwash my dishes, so I put this soap in a jar, add some orange peels for scent and extra cleaning and degreasing, & put about a half cup of soap in a shallow sink of hot water, and that's what I wash my dishes in. Even my glasses come out squeaky clean. To keep the sink of water clean, I rinse my dishes as if I was going to put them in a dishwasher, then I dip my sponge in the soapy water, not the dish. People use it for their hair, all purpose cleaner, windows. This company sells a concentrate, but I like to make my own. I've made about 6 quarts of this stuff, and used maybe 50 individual soap nuts, and I am less than a quarter of the way through the bag. You could probably use this for every cleaning need in your house and only go through a 4-5 lbs a year. You can save a ton of money and have a very natural safe effective way to clean anything.
1 cup of soap berries
•4 cups water
•½ cup white vinegar
•Put all ingredients into a large pot and bring it to a boil.
•Simmer on low for about 30 minutes.( with a lid)
•Use a slotted spoon to mash the berries while they are cooking.
•Remove lid and simmer for 30 more minutes – stir once in awhile.
•Take the pot off of the heat and strain out the liquid.
•Let it cool and pour into an airtight jar.
This should give you about 40 loads in a HE machine.
Additionally, I'm a poor sharecropper and on a septic tank so that means I have a leach field and to millenials that don't know what a leach field is, that means my non-sewage water I drain onto the field...or yard. I actually have a french drain that works with my leach field but that's a whole other story for millenials.
Anyhoo - there is no adverse effect on the soil or the grass or wildflowers. The enclosed literature says safe for plants and flowers, and by George it sure seems to be. While I might drive a big pickup truck and love my a/c, I do try to lessen my carbon foot print by trying not to kill the critters living around me and this is the best product I've found.
Buy this - it will make you feel like an SJW (ask a millenial) without all the harrassment and guilt and attitude that goes with it.