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How Cedar Oil Kills Bugs

In case our name didn't give it away, cedarwood oil is the driving force behind our pest control products here at Cedarcide. So naturally, the obvious question is: How does it work? How does cedarwood oil (aka cedar oil) kill bugs?
Corinna Henderson
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7 Ways to Freshen Your Dog's Breath Naturally

We all love doggy kisses but wouldn’t it be great if they smelled just a little better? While unusually foul breath can be an indicator of an underlying health condition (if it seems really out of the ordinary, visit your vet ASAP), most forms of bad breath are easily fixable.
Corinna Henderson
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7 Natural Tips for Calming an Anxious Dog

While an overly energetic or nervous dog can be overwhelming, there are several ways to help your pooch out in such situations. The next time your dog’s suffering from anxiety, try one of these natural methods to calm them down.
Corinna Henderson
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13 Ways to Go Green With Your Pet Care

Did you know that pets create approximately 64 million tons of greenhouse gases every year—the same amount as over 13 million cars?
Corinna Henderson
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10 Ways Dogs Make Us Happier And Healthier

As every dog owner can attest, dogs make our lives better. They make us feel better, they love us unconditionally, they protect us, and they’re always there for support when the world gets us down. But it turns out they do more for us than we might even realize.
Corinna Henderson
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9 Fall Foods You Can Share With Your Dog

Thankfully, there are several fall foods that we can feed our pups during the holiday season. Here are 9 foods you can feel good about feeding your dog this fall.
Corinna Henderson
9 ways to lower your risk of pesticide exposure

9 Ways to Lower Your Risk of Pesticide Exposure

Our environment is filled with harmful contaminants. Widespread use of chemical-based pesticides plays a large role in our planet’s ever increasing toxicity. Because avoiding daily pesticide exposure is now all but impossible, it’s important to take steps to decrease the amounts of these toxins in our bodies.
Jonathan Patrick
9 Ways to Kill Weeds Without Harmful Chemicals

9 Ways to Kill Weeds Without Harmful Chemicals

The truth is when it comes to weeds, you can go natural and still get the results you’re looking for. Whereas traditional weed-killers endanger our soil, our water, family and pets, the following chemical-free alternatives threaten only one organism: Weeds!
Jonathan Patrick
5 Tips For Starting An Urban Garden

5 Tips For Starting An Urban Garden

Urban Gardening—essentially, just gardening in urban spaces like apartments—is a way for those without yard space to enjoy the rewarding and therapeutic qualities of gardening.
Jonathan Patrick
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Why You Should Stop Using Synthetic Pesticides Today

Over 1 billion pounds of synthetic pesticides are used worldwide every year. Over 95% of these end up somewhere other than their target destination—such as in oceans, forests, our drinking water, our food,  our homes, pets, children, even breast milk.
Corinna Henderson
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9 Scary Things You Didn't Know About Lyme Disease

Lyme Disease is said to affect more people in the U.S. than HIV, AIDS and even breast cancer. Here are 9 more frightening things you might not know about Lyme disease.
Corinna Henderson
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Natural Spring Cleaning Tips

Spring cleaning usually entails toxic products, artificial perfumes and corrosive chemicals. From skin irritation and asthma to birth defects and cancer, commercial cleaning agents are among the most dangerous products we keep in our homes.
Corinna Henderson