Grow Your Own Drugs – Part 2: Vegetables

Grow Your Own Drugs Vegetables

Since the dawn of history, humans and animals have sought healing from plants. In the past, it was common to grow your own drugs. Not so much these days, most popular treatments are compounded in laboratories, there are still vast numbers of commercial remedies whose major medicinal ingredients are derived from green herbs, trees, and shrubs. But you needn't rely on ... Continue Reading

Grow Your Own Drugs – Part 1: Fruit

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Since the dawn of history, humans and animals have sought healing from plants. In the past it was common to grow your own drugs. Not so much these days, most popular curatives are compounded in laboratories, there are still vast numbers of commercial remedies whose major medicinal ingredients are derived from green herbs, trees, and shrubs. But you needn't rely on store-bought ... Continue Reading

The Key To Healing Your Body From GMO, Vaccines and Toxic Damage

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Nowadays food producers have completely stripped away your freedom to opt-out of eating genetically modified foods.Just walk into your local grocery store...Chips and other snacks... full of GMOs. Baked goods and packaged meals... they have GMOs too. Cooking from scratch? You still can’t get away from GMOs. They’re in flour. They’re in whole-grains. They’re in ... Continue Reading

Ravi Mantha – Facts About Bacteria Everyone MUST Know

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Did you know that 90 percent of our body's cells are bacterial? Or that the bacteria that cause meningitis live in our body all the time, without troubling us at all? Or even that life as we know it on earth began because bacteria rode into our world on an asteroid?Ravi Mantha is a health writer and activist. After eighteen years as a professional investor, Ravi realized ... Continue Reading

Understand Sunscreen – 7 Best Organic Sunscreens And What To Avoid

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The American Cancer Society says that skin cancer is the most common of all. More than 3.5 million cases of basal and squamous cell skin cancer are diagnosed in the USA every year, and this year they project more than 76,600 cases of the most serious type, Melanoma.[1]Multiple factors may contribute to chances of developing skin cancer including a genetic predisposition; ... Continue Reading