Soap nuts are a natural, biodegradable and petroleum-free laundry soap alternative. They grow on trees in Nepal and India, but they're not nuts; they're actually a fruit. You might also see them sold as soapberries. The tree itself is from the genus Sapindus.
Common Use: Add four or five of them, in a small cloth bag, to a load of dirty laundry. You can reuse that pouch of soap nuts for a few loads.
Organic Soapnuts (Soapberries)
I Luv Soapnuts - I use them as my everyday SOAP - They are not just for laundry, I make a liquide solution (8 nuts in 3 cups water and low boil - aprox. 1 hour) - I bath, wash my hair, do dishes wash my hands and even wash my furry babies with it- I would be lost without this Epic solution for even the most senitive skin - MINE. Thanks Lynne Harcourt , Ont.