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If you look at your food preps you have stored away, you will realize that we are very similar to our pioneer ancestors who were getting ready for their arduous journey.
If you’ve made the enormous decision to relocate and start a homestead, take the extra time to do it right. Research is essential! Read more about 5 important criteria when planning for a homestead.
All the stored food in the world will do no good if you have no way to heat your food. Learn more about these alternative cooking sources to use during an emergency.
There is some discussion about the idea of livestock being an ideal alternative to the family dog or cat. While I do not agree on livestock animals becoming family pets, I do appreciate the research that went into which animals are child-friendly. See why these three livestock animals are family friendly.
Antibiotics are very close to becoming useless, and until alternative solutions are ironed out the world is going to be quite a bit more dangerous than it was before.
The best way to prevent toxic overload here is to simply be more cautious of the products you purchase and what they contain and detox your body regularly. This arm pit detox can remove impurities in the body and prevent cancer in the long run.
If something were to happen today, tomorrow, six months down the road, or even three years into the future, would you be able to sustain yourself and your family? This product could help city dwellers in their quest for self-sufficiency.
A good supply of ginseng will go a long way in helping with many ailments and can be nothing but a golden addition to your preparatory and survival supplies.
Vintage kitchenware that are off-grid capable and built to the last are becoming all the rage. Homesteader, extraordinaire, Ruby Burks talks about her favorite utensils and heirloom books to keep an eye out for.
When cold sores pop up, it’s a race against time to get the symptoms under control. Here are some natural solutions to alleviating symptoms associated with these unsightly winter pests.