With constant media bombardment of fears of a nuclear war, many have begun to prepare for a disaster. But government uncertainty isn’t the only thing on the minds of the masses. Volcanic activity appears to be increasing and earthquakes seem to be getting more severe. That begs the question: do you live in a disaster zone?
Let’s cover some methods to generate energy and provide power, and discuss the positive and negative aspects of each one.
Yarrow has been used in natural remedies for thousands of years and can be used to treat burns, boils, blisters, ear infections, sores, and bug bites. Most notably, it can also be used to stop bleeding, making this a must for the natural first aid remedies.
Knowing about these substances will help you to make your dietary and exercise plans and goals more viable.
Colloidal silver is most known for its antimicrobial properties. But there are many other uses for it as well, and we’ve composed this handy guide to help you understand how to get the most out of colloidal silver while using it safely to avoid argyria.
Feared at best and considered a useless, disposable nuisance at worst, bees are among the most underappreciated creatures on the planet. That’s a shame, because our very existence relies on the tiny buzzing creatures.
Herbs can be very beneficial for your pets for the same reasons they can help you: they are not as invasive nor addictive as pharmacological medications, and they have less side effects when administered properly and correctly.
As you have undoubtedly seen in the news, there is a fresh outbreak of the disease Ebola in Africa. Gathering vital information is important to mitigate and protect yourself.
The hammock has some practical uses that we’re going to cover concerning your outdoor adventures and can even do in a pinch to help you when the going gets rough.