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1 Natural Ingredient to Clean & Freshen Your Garbage Disposal

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Here’s a fast-and-easy way to freshen and clean your kitchen garbage disposal with only one natural ingredient and without having to use harsh chemicals. • At least 2 quarters of a Fresh Lemon peel Steps Place a couple of quarters of your lemon peel into the disposal. Turn on the faucet & start running water into […]

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Hurricane Survival Kit Basic Supplies

Hurricane season’s in full swing for those of us living in prone areas. It’s crucial that we have our houses in order. Where should you start if you haven’t already? If you don’t have the basics, start there! Since there’s no such thing as an all-inclusive list that fits everyone, here’s a general basics list (courtesy of […]

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Mike Adams, Health Ranger

Fight the Flu with these 7 Herbs

Herbs are the oldest medicines that are still in use today throughout the world. The only problem is that if you don’t know what they are AND how to use them, you’re up a creek without a paddle…and your canoe has a leak. This brief video shares 7 herbs that can help you fight influenza […]

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Marjory Wildcraft, The Grow Network

Barefooting…Could You?

I just watched a fascinating video by the tremendously gifted Marjory Wildcraft. In this video, she interviews Herbalist Doug Simons and they discuss the concept of barefooting and the benefits of it. They also discuss the most primitive type of sandal (tres puntos or “three points) found with the Tahumara and other cultures worldwide. You […]

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2 Tried & True DIY Cough Remedies

It’s that time of year where coughs abound in the office, in the classroom, and at home. Here are two simple, tried & true do-it-yourself cough remedies you can make at home. 1. Honey* Honey’s natural antibacterial properties should make it a staple for every household. For everything from teas to toast, honey adds healthy […]

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Do “Green Vaccines” Exist?

OK, I know. This topic is a highly debated issue. This article was forwarded to me from a close friend. I read through it and developed several of my own questions in addition to these: Is this a real thing? (Homeoprophylaxis) If so, how come I had never heard of it before? What do traditional […]

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Choosing a Coop, Hurricane Survival, and Bartering Rules

With so much time and so little to read, I thought I’d share the three most recent articles I’ve read. Pardon my dry humor, it’s been a rough Monday. Coops Ever wondered what kind of chicken coop you need for your hens? Well, here’s a short & sweet start from Heather Harris @ The Homesteading […]

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Let That Soak In…Seeds

Sprouting, ever heard of it? Have you ever tried it? I sprouted some seeds years ago when I lived in southern California. I had purchased a sprouting kit from my friend Connie Nielsen over at Life Sprouts. But, it wasn’t until I started researching and learning about fodder that I began to wonder why seeds […]

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Product Videos: Bug-A-Salt

Okay. Alright. This video…well, I don’t know what to say about this product. I haven’t tried it…yet. Perhaps, I won’t ever try it. I guess my point would be that I don’t see myself spending $40+ for a fancy-pants fly swatter. Have you or anyone you know purchased and used this product? If so, I’d […]

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