So, many of you may be asking my I want to go to all the trouble and grow herbs and roots for natural healing. In short, it’s so I can have options at my disposal. These 20 herbs made the cut and I couldn’t be more pleased with my choices.
Make your garden do double duty by growing food and natural medicine! These six reasons will show you how beneficial it can be.
While pine pollen has been known to exacerbate our allergies, it is a powerhouse of nutrients and has a plethora of health benefits.
In a grid down collapse, there are going to be a lot of problems that will affect the teeth and gums, so the more you know about oral hygiene alternatives now, the better.
Things can go awry very quickly when a medical emergency occurs during a disaster. Having resources to turn to, skills to treat wounds, along with items you have around you can be lifesaving.
Every so often an ingredient really does have an amazing effect on skin. Niacin and niacinamide (a form of the vitamin B3) is one such ingredient, with plenty of studies and research to back up the benefits.
One of the easiest and fastest ways to use herbal medicine is by making a poultice. Here are five beginner poultice recommendations and how to apply them. In a time when we are becoming resistant to modern medicines due to overuse, we should all start turning back to these old remedies for basic medicine.
Having problems sleeping right now? Whether we realize it or not, our sleep needs change with the seasons and sometimes calls for a little bit of naturopathic help to get us through it.
Indoor plants are one of the easiest ways to improve air quality in the home, but there are some plants that are better at this than others.