When peppers are an abundant crop in the garden, recipes can get extravagant. One of the easiest things to make is fermented hot pepper sauce. The combinations are endless, depending on what peppers are available. Simply harvest peppers, or purchase them from your local farmer’s market, chop them up and add them to […]
Homemade plantain salve is easy to make, inexpensive and effective. Plantain is arguably one of the most powerfully medicinal weeds growing in your yard. It is one of the most valuable elements in the medicine cabinet.
Michigan Medicine says, “The leaves of plantain are primarily used as medicine. The seeds of plantain […]
Many women are suffering today from chronic illness, autoimmune disease, heavy metal poisoning and more, without showing signs of getting better even with the best microbiome rebuilding protocol, GAPS. They deliver babies who experience eczema that only goes away with chelation treatment, and themselves often experience unrelenting and continually worsening welts, migrating consuming […]
Ameliorating toxicity in the body is no small task, but is common knowledge in the chronically ill.
The National Institute of Health reports, “Research funded by NIH has characterized the genetic toxicity of various classes of oxidizing and environmental agents and established genetic toxicity as a major cause of cancer.”
ToxTown, a NIH […]
Sun exposure in the summer is not optional. It’s beneficial, supportive to proper body function and is often described as a way to recharge your body. Too much sun can cause a burn, however, with proper support, sun burns should be a thing of the past.
Sunscreen proves to be one of the least effective […]
Sending your child off to sleep-away-camp, going camping or traveling when a person has a problem with food ingredients is difficult but can be done. Food intolerances and allergies are not just on the rise, they are commonplace. When you place a large group of children together, safety is imperative, putting those with the most […]
One popular health food today, that nutritionally supersedes others, is the raw pastured yolk. It is frequently used in smoothies, eggnog, ice cream and many other popular treats, but knowing when to eat it raw is a different question.
Raw yolks are best sourced from a reliable farmer, or from your […]
Doctors Dietrich Klinghardt and Marco Ruggiero discovered a method of testing for Lyme that is proving to be more accurate than any other form of Lyme testing. The method, the Ruggiero-Klinghardt (RK) Protocol, uses a combination of electro-dominant screening consisting of Autonomic Response Testing (ART) with diagnostic ultrasonography and on application of therapeutic ultrasounds. The […]
Some families have the swanky perk of having a swimming pool in their backyard – and there are indeed alternatives to chlorine, which can be healthy and supportive to the body instead of damaging. “The eyes and skin are the organs that are more directly affected than the lungs by the irritants in chlorinated […]
“Lyme Disease is caused by a whole community of microbes which produce the structure for them to live,” Dr. Natasha Campbell-McBride said at the Certified GAPS Practitioner Meeting (March 7, 2017. Vancouver, WA).
Antibiotic use, when bit by a tick, is often part of the process, but may not be the best solution. Truthfully, […]
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