Perfect Tyme for Thyme

By Lora Krall Perfect Tyme for Thyme | Herbal Living Winter is cold, full of sickness and not much energy, it is the perfect tyme for thyme! The Greek word for thyme was said to mean “fumigate” for its strong balsamic odor.  It was often used as an incense to dispel illness and germs in …

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The Second Step in Providing Your Own Food

Let’s dig deeper into this subject so that you can fully understand the types of foods you select to produce/raise for your family and friends.  Below is the graph you saw in the previous post, with the daily caloric needs filled in for each person and then the totals. Daunting?  Yes… Do not worry.  Now …

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10 Essential Oils Your Skin Will Thank You For

Discover why these natural oils are nature's gift to skin! Content sponsored by Derma E Essential oils are all-natural solutions for all skin types. There are hundreds of oils out there that help to revitalize your skin, leaving you with a youthful glow, even skin tone, and free of fine lines and wrinkles. The following …

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5 Odd, Old-Time ‘Folk Remedies’ That Really DO WORK

Written by: Tammy Robinson If you are like me, you probably had mom or grandma say to you, “Oh, honey, you don’t need a doctor or drugs. You just need a little old-fashioned medicine!” She then would promptly give me something that sounded a bit strange, but she often was right. It would fix the …

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What You Need to Know About Valerian

We use Valerian daily and nightly... Our very handsome dog, Bear, has epilepsy.  To treat his epilepsy, he receives 530 mg of Valerian and Skullcap (which I will review later on... ) every day.  Valerian, with its anti-spasmodic qualities, has been a Godsend for Bear.  He used to be on pharmaceutical drugs which damaged his …

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Spring Garden Checklist

The First Step in Providing for Your Own Food

"Let's start at the very beginning.... It's a very good place to start..."  -- Yes, I am singing the "Sound of Music: Do-Re-Mi" song in my head as I am writing this.   Want to provide your own food?  Want to start your food planning process, but do not know where to begin?  This should …

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Dog Food Recipe – Our Dogs Eat Well!!!

Our Dog Food Recipe 2 lbs of Sweet Potato, Winter Squash or Carrots 3 c of Rolled Oats, Rice or Sprouted Barley ½ c Berries 2 tbsp Cinnamon 1 tbsp Kelp Meal 1 tsp Sea Salt 2 lbs of Beef, Venison, Duck, Chicken, Turkey or Fish meat  (feel free to use about 4 oz of …

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North Korea Tests Major Missile, Warns U.S. Is Now Within ‘Range For Strike’

Written by: Daniel Jennings North Korea Sunday made significant progress in its effort to develop an Intercontinental Ballistic Missile (ICBM) capable of hitting the United States, successfully testing a missile that potentially could hit a U.S. territory. “It appears to have not only demonstrated an intermediate-range ballistic missile (IRBM) that might enable them to reliably …

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Cold War nuclear weapons warped Earth’s magnetosphere – revealing what the true fallout could be if World War 3 broke out

Interesting article.  Originally posted in the Sun (may not be the best source), but interesting none-the-less. Published May 22, 2017 NASA have released chilling details about how Cold War nuke tests affected our planet. Several nuclear tests were carried out by the US and the Soviet Union in the 1950s and 60s. But it’s only …

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