Recycling Your Used Oil Bottles
I try my best to be aware of environmental issues and the health of the earth. And I’ve noticed the older I get and the longer I’m a parent I have more of a desire leave behind something greater for my children and their children. CBD has played a tremendous role in my life, and I’ve been able to help so many people with Nature’s Ultra. But I know I can do more. Nature’s Ultra produces thousands of bottles, but rather than throw those bottles away, I encourage everyone to recycle them. And not just in the traditional sense either. Let me explain.
We are all stewards here on earth and it’s our job to do our best to live a life that’s environmentally friendly so the next generation has a decent place to live. Recycling helps us do just that. We are able to conserve and protect the resources we have and reduce and reuse the waste we create. Don’t see recycling as a chore or a hassle, but as a way to protect the future.
If you’ve been using CBD for a while, you’ve probably noticed the positive impact it has had on your life. Well that positive impact doesn’t have to end once the bottle is empty. By recycling your bottle of oil, you are helping the environment, ensuring you have a better place to live in the future.
Recycling doesn’t have to be all business either. You can have a little fun with it too! You can turn it into a game between friends and family to see who recycles the most, or you can try some DIY craft with your empty bottles. All it takes is a quick internet search and you’ll have a ton of ideas to work with.
Here are several ideas to get you started:
Perfume Bottle – you can turn the dropper bottles into your own custom perfume bottles by combining your favorite essential oils
Flower Vase – flowers like lavender, daises, and baby’s breath are perfect for the oil bottles and can be tied together with ribbon or twine.
Essential Oil Diffuser – Add your favorite essential oils to the bottle, then add some reeds or bamboo skewers to diffuse the scent
Whatever you do with the bottles, just have fun and be creative with them. Then once you’re done, recycle them properly.
This is just one way to help the world around us, but we should always be on the lookout for living a life that helps the world around us.
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