Camas Mother’s Day Plant & Garden Fair 2018

Join us in beautiful, historic Downtown Camas on Saturday, May 12, 2018, 9 AM to 4 PM for the 21st Annual Camas Plant & Garden Fair! Held the day before Mother’s Day, each year the plant fair draws in thousands of people to enjoy and explore the amazing selection of plants, trees, garden art and supplies, and much more provided by our dedicated …

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May is Women’s Health Month!

An estimated two million U.S. women reach menopause every year. But many begin to experience an array of physical, mental, and emotional symptoms long before menopause. Naturopathic doctors use a whole-body approach to address perimenopause symptoms and to strengthen the foundation of a woman’s health so she can thrive through the changes. Here is information that will help you understand how naturopathic doctors help women thrive during perimenopause.

Questions about naturopathic medicine? Here are answers: “Naturopathic Medicine: 100 Frequently Asked Questions” is a series of facts covering everything you want and need to know about naturopathic doctors and naturopathic medicine. This service is brought to you by The American Association of Naturopathic Physicians and the Institute for Natural Medicine. In the latest FAQ, learn about how naturopathic doctors help women in perimenopause.  Click here to read this FAQ and others in the series.

These 5 healthy habits could help you live a decade longer, study suggests

Want to prolong your life expectancy by more than a decade? A new study suggests that you can do just that by following these five healthy habits: never smoke, maintain a healthy body-mass index, keep up moderate to vigorous exercise, don’t drink too much alcohol, and eat a healthy diet.

Adhering to those five lifestyle factors at age 50, compared with not adhering to any of them, was associated with 14 additional years of life expectancy among women and 12.2 additional years among men in the study, published in the journal Circulation on Monday.
There’s huge gains to be had in our health and longevity by following these simple changes in our behavior patterns. We can all do this!

Eat Your Herbal Medicine! Class Tomorrow Night (Tuesday 4/24/18)

Join Herbalist Brianna Ford for an evening of fun, learning about incorporating medicinal herbs into everyday foods. Learn types of foods that herbal medicine can be added to, appropriate plants for herbal foods, and equipment needed. Participants will try herbal foods in class, and will make herbal medicinal foods to take home.

Class is available through Washougal Community Education and Recreation. Sign up online at Cost $25 (Pay when you register $20 fee and then students pay the instructor a $5.00 materials fee at class)

Tuesday April 24 6:00-8:00 PM Washougal High School – Teacher’s Lounge. Ages 16+

Straws Documentary Free Viewing at the Camas Library on Monday!

Earth Day 2018 is Sunday April 22. The Earth Day 2018 Campaign is: End Plastic Pollution.  Plastic pollution is poisoning our oceans and land, injuring marine life, and affecting our health! Earth Day is dedicated to providing the information and inspiration needed to fundamentally change human attitude and behavior about plastics.

In honor of this year’s Earth Day campaign, two local women – Geri Rubano and Alicia King, and the Camas Public Library have teamed up to present a free screening of the award-winning documentary STRAWS. Directed by Linda Booker and narrated by Oscar winning actor Tim Robbins, the 33-minute documentary highlights the environmental impact of plastic straws and seeks a new path forward with sustainable straw alternatives.

The free documentary screening is open to the public and begins at 6:30 p.m., Monday, April 23, at the Camas Library, 625 N.E. Fourth Ave.

For more information about the documentary, visit To learn about plastic straw dangers, visit, or Some sustainable alternatives to plastic straws include and

The EWG 2018 Shopper’s Guide to Pesticides in Produce is here

The 2018 lists are here! Visit to download and learn more about pesticides on produce.

  • Most conventionally grown produce contains pesticides, EWG’s guide lists low- and high-residue foods
  • Recent studies suggest eating high-pesticide produce can affect fertility

All adults and children should eat more fruits and vegetables, whether they are organic or conventionally grown. With EWG’s 2018 Shopper’s Guide to Pesticides in Produce™, you can choose healthy produce while minimizing unwanted doses of multiple toxic pesticides.

Many shoppers don’t realize that pesticide residues are common on conventionally grown produce, even after it is carefully washed or peeled. EWG’s analysis of the most recent tests by the Department of Agriculture found that nearly 70 percent of samples of conventionally grown produce were contaminated with pesticide residues.

The USDA tests found a total of 230 different pesticides and pesticide breakdown products on the thousands of produce samples analyzed. EWG’s analysis of the tests shows that there are stark differences among various types of produce. The Shopper’s Guide lists the Dirty Dozen™ fruits and vegetables with the most pesticide residues, and the Clean Fifteen™, for which few, if any, residues were detected.

It’s Time to Vote – Blossom has been nominated again for Best of Clark County!

We are honored once again to have been nominated for Best of Clark County for Naturopathy in the Health and Beauty Category! We love what we do and are so proud to be a part of such a wonderful community. Please take the time to cast your votes for us if you feel so inclined, as well as all the other local Downtown Camas businesses you love. Voting takes place March 18th – April 1st. Winners are announced May 20th. You can vote here

Blossom Natural Health and Wellness nominated for Best of Clark County

We are humbled and honored to have been nominated for Best Naturopath of Clark County!

Love your doctor?
Let everyone know!!
We would love your support — you can cast your vote here:
Check out all the other wonderful Downtown Camas businesses on this list – support our local community!

Thanks so much in advance.

Winners will be announced March 26th…..stay tuned!

Primal Pit Paste Now Available at Blossom Natural Health

This is the natural deodorant you are looking for! Primal Pit Paste is an organic, all-natural deodorant that actually works! Baking soda neutralizes the bacterias that causes odor and organic arrowroot powder helps you to feel dry while allowing you to still sweat and release toxins. These powders are mixed in a base of moisture rich, anti-microbial organic coconut oil and organic shea butter to soothe skin.
And it works!

Primal Pit Paste at Blossom Natural Health Camas WashougalBlossom is currently carrying Primal Pit Paste, Primal Pit Paste Deodorant Stick, Primal Pit Pump Deodorant Spray, Primal Powder.  These products are:
• Aluminum and Paraben Free. Only consisting of organic & natural ingredients.
• No Synthetic Fragrences. PPP uses only pure essential oils with odor fighting capabilities.
• Gluten, Soy & GMO Free.
• Vegan.
• Cruelty Free.
• Sustainable, Eco-Friendly Glass & BPA-free plastic Packaging.

New For Summer – Lip Balm, Sunscreen & Bug Spray – Oh My!

New at Blossom for the summer – Badger Sunscreen Lip Balm, Badger Anti-Bug Spray, & Goddess Garden Sunscreen.

Badger Sunscreen Lip Balm: Don’t forget to protect your lips when you’re out in the sun! Badger Unscented Sunscreen Lip Balm Broad Spectrum SPF 15 delivers UVA-UVB protection in a certified natural product. This unscented formula is safe for kids and the rest of the family. Badger Sunscreen Lip Balm is eco-friendly and features the active ingredient zinc oxide. Cruelty free.

Blossom Natural Health - Badger Goddess Garden ProductsBadger Anti-Bug Spray: Good For the Skin. Bad for the Bug.®  Badger’s Anti-Bug Shake & Spray is a totally organic & natural bug spray repellent. Using pure essential oils to naturally keep bugs, mosquitoes and insects away from you and your family. This organic Shake & Spray bug repellent naturally repels insects with the pleasant aroma of Citronella, Rosemary, and Wintergreen essential oils. Badger Shake & Spray contains no DEET, petroleum products, or synthetic chemicals, and has been independently lab tested for efficacy – so it’s safe and effective for the whole family!

Goddess Garden Organics – We are carrying The Goddess Garden SPF 30 Facial Sunscreen, an SPF 30 Natural Sunscreen Spray for Kids & and ‘After Sun Gel’.
• SPF 30 natural Facial Sunscreen: Certified organic facial sunscreen packed with nourishing and natural antioxidants and anti-aging ingredients including coconut oil, green tea, and immortelle. Easily worn with makeup, this sheer formula is non-greasy and lightly scented with lavender essential oils. Gentle formulation works well with dry and sensitive skin types!

• SPF 30 Kids Natural Sunscreen Spray: Protecting your children from the sun could never be easier with this mineral-based, lotion spray sunscreen. Formulated sunscreen uses only gentle plant-based ingredients [including aloe vera, sunflower oil, and shea butter] & non-nano zinc and titanium.

• After Sun Gel: Enjoy the healing powers of aloe vera gel, without the sticky residue! This lightweight after-sun gel is silky and fast absorbing, making it ideal anytime your skin can use a little extra help. Not just for sunburns, this year-round healing gel can help counter the effects of chlorinated pools or salt water, and can also ease the discomfort of extra-dry winter skin. This unique formula contains organic tea tree and lavender essential oils to cool and soothe sunburned or irritated skin, while allantoin rehydrates your skin for a healthy, youthful look. Use after your outdoor outings, or try as a daily moisturizer or shaving gel.