Judy: I found out the other day that one of the reasons we are doing this course, is on the whole, most people seek the cities because they want to educate their children and the thing is if we can provide a better education for people so they can go and spread over the whole of the country properly and become the people that Bululani was talking about from your village, it would be a far better way to be able to somehow increase the microbes under the soil which we desperately need to do if we are going to survive. We have got to become friends of the soil and the only way we can do that is if everybody takes responsibility for a certain section of the soil. I’d like to see everybody stretched out over the land, leave the cities, stop this big waste nonsense and do exactly that.

Beatrice: Just about every household chemical and personal product is what we shouldn’t use. Deodorant, make-up, shampoo, conditioner, toilet cleaners and room sprays. Those things are just so toxic and there is absolutely no evidence to say they are safe. If you are exposed to more than one of those, there certainly isn’t any evidence to show those are ok, because they create a synergistically toxic effect. The average American woman and I’m sure it’s for many middle class woman in South Africa, who wear makeup and shampoo and condition their hair and wear deodorant, there’s 150 chemicals in those products before they leave the house in the morning. So if you just have a look at your conditioner bottle, look at your deodorant bottle. When I was a child there was no such thing as conditioner by the way. Conditioner is a relatively new thing that came around in the 60’s.

If you want to have deodorant you can make it out of many things. Coconut oil and a few essential oils…

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