Furniture and Home Products

by | Jul 31, 2009 | Lifestyle, RESOURCES | 2 comments

Bean Products SofaSurround yourself with non-toxic products for kitchen, living room, and beyond.

reusable/biodegradeable utensils
Earthware Biodegradables
Biodegradable, compostable cutlery, cups, plates, bowls, trays, trash can liners, and food take-out containers made from corn and non-GMO wheat. 800.211.6747

Eco Bags
Complete line of reusable bags in natural and certified organic cotton, recycled cotton and hemp/cotton blends. 800.720.2247 10am – 5pm EST

If You Care
100% unbleached parchment paper, baking paper, and baking cups, 100% unbleached pulp coffee filters, and 100% recycled aluminum foil. 201.947.1000

Reusable Bags
Eco-friendly reusable sandwich bags, lunch bags, produce bags, elegant hemp totes, and lots more. 888.707.3873

Simply Biodegradable
Compostable utensils, dishware and bags made of cornstarch and sugarcane reed pulp. 509.910.1430

Organic Bouquet
Order fresh-from-the-farm organic flowers via the Internet—or arrange for your local florist to order organic blooms wholesale 877.899.2468

Bean Products
Club sofa and chair made of organic cotton upholstery and batting and 100% natural-latex foam core—can be upholstered in organic hemp as well, and made as a sleeper.

Erik Organic
Hand-crafted, custom-made, solid wood furniture made from source origin woods and less toxic materials. Will work closely with MCS customers to address their specific needs and sensitivities.

Complete line of mattresses, pillows bedding, fabrics, and furniture specifically designed for individuals with multiple chemical sensitivities.

Heart of Vermont
Organic bedding, furniture, and sleepwear.

Escalante Design
All of their music-listening systems are made with environmentally responsible materials—from 100% recycled wood board with no added formaldehyde, to low-VOC adhesives and a non-toxic AFM Safecoat finish.

  • Earthwalker

    Earthwalker is the username that PT founder Julie Genser created for her online interactions so many years ago when first creating Planet Thrive.

    Julie's (Earthwalker's) life was derailed over twenty years ago when she had a very large organic mercury exposure after she naively used a mouth thermometer to measure the temperature of just-boiled milk while making her very first pizza at home. The mercury instantly expanded into a gas form and exploded out the back of the thermometer right into her face. Unaware that mercury was the third most neurotoxic element on Earth, Julie had no idea she had just received a very high dose of a poisonous substance.

    A series of subsequent toxic exposures over the next few years -- to smoke from two fires (including 9/11), toxic mold, lyme disease, and chemical injuries -- caused catastrophic damage to her health. While figuring out how to survive day-to-day, and often minute-to-minute, she created Planet Thrive to help others avoid some of the misdiagnoses and struggles she had experienced.

    She has clawed her way over many health mountains to get to where she is today. She is excited to bring the latest iteration of Planet Thrive to the chronic illness community.

    In 2019, Julie published her very first cookbook e-book called Low Lectin Lunches (+ Dinners, Too!) after discovering how a low lectin, gluten free diet was helping manage her chronic fascia/muscle pain.


  1. Large Wall Mirrors Gal

    Nice sharing article. Any one who reads this can take the real idea of Furniture and Home Products

  2. Jean

    Does anyone know where to get a non toxic shower curtain?

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