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There are some chemical products made of 100% natural sources…
I think that you are on very dangerous ground if your start to claim in a chemistry forum that only natural products are organic. By elimination then , all man synthesised compounds are not of nature and are therefore non – organic. The so called vital force theory of organic compounds was disproved probably 150 years ago. Unfortunately the green brigade has hijacked the term organic to mean exclusively something that has been derived from the living world. For some reason vitamin C or ascorbic acid which has been extracted from a lime is considered more worthy than the identical chemical compound which has been man-made by the thousands of tonnes annually in a chemical reactor.
In chemistry the term organic is used to define a particular sector of chemistry, little if any coming directly from living raw materials.
If you consider a chemical coming from natural sources, the most common would probably be the sodium chloride salt that we consume every day. But this is not an organic chemical, it is an inorganic chemical.
For years, I've been searching for the best direct sale companies that sells green, natural, organic products. They all have their good qualities and as a customer, I love buying them all. But as a business perspective, I'm trying to find that one company more suitable for me. I want one that sells safe products for my children, family and home — no chemicals in laundry detergents, toiletries, household cleaners and hopefully a company that sells organic foods. Is there a company out there? I don't have time to make my own natural products and we really pay attention to the labels. We have tried some that say they are "green" but we could tell there are still chemicals in them. We have sensitive skin and are prone to allergies.
Try to search for the company Vitaplus, they sell safe and organic products.
My mom doesn't know and doesn't know how to work this website.
Try www.lucyrose.biz, all their products are organic and natural. They stock all the most well known brands such as Lavera, Green People etc.
They have loads of info there as well.