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Can This Be A Better Alternative To Modern Antibiotics?

Can This Be A Better Alternative To Modern Antibiotics?

🕔11:51, 20.Feb 2020

We’ve all heard about how ‘superbugs’ are increasingly common as bacteria and parasites evolve resistance to our antibiotics. This escalation in resistant diseases is making our dependence on antibiotics ever less viable. Maintaining an awareness of the burgeoning alternative approaches

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How to Use Herbs and Make Your Own Cold Medicines at Home

How to Use Herbs and Make Your Own Cold Medicines at Home

🕔09:18, 18.Feb 2020

When it comes to dealing with colds and the flu, most of us treat the symptoms and try to get through it. I’ve been reflecting on this a lot lately because of the outbreak of the novel Coronavirus (nCoV). We

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Making and Using Thermite for Survival

Making and Using Thermite for Survival

🕔11:12, 3.Feb 2020

Long ago I came to the conclusion that no matter how much I stockpile, it won’t be enough. That’s why I’m always continuing to increase my stockpile. Of course, that process is slow, as I have to fit it in

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How To Make A Survival Cache And What To Put In It

How To Make A Survival Cache And What To Put In It

🕔09:59, 31.Jan 2020

Getting to your bug out location on foot is slow and strenuous, but it’s reliable. If an EMP has disabled all the vehicles, if the roads are choked with refugees, if fuel supplies were cut off weeks ago and your

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How to Lower Your Blood Sugar Levels with Fenugreek

How to Lower Your Blood Sugar Levels with Fenugreek

🕔09:56, 28.Jan 2020

There are several herbs and spices that can be used effectively for controlling blood sugar.  Cinnamon, cloves, ginger, turmeric, marjoram, ginseng, cayenne, garlic, rosemary, oregano, sage, curry leaves, and fenugreek are common food flavorings that are active in reducing blood

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How to Lower Your Bad Cholesterol Levels with Hawthorn

How to Lower Your Bad Cholesterol Levels with Hawthorn

🕔09:42, 13.Jan 2020

Our bodies need cholesterol to function correctly. It is necessary for the brain, nervous system, cell walls, and to produce hormones, vitamins, and bile acids that help your body digest fat. Cholesterol is made in the liver to maintain the

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How to Tell the Difference Between the Poisonous Virginia Creeper and the Healthy American Ginseng

How to Tell the Difference Between the Poisonous Virginia Creeper and the Healthy American Ginseng

🕔09:27, 6.Jan 2020

Inexperienced foragers might have trouble distinguishing between the healthy American Ginseng plant and the poisonous Virginia Creeper. The two plants have much in common, but we will discuss both plants, highlighting the differences so that you can tell them apart

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How to Grow Potatoes in Shopping Bags for an Extended Harvest

How to Grow Potatoes in Shopping Bags for an Extended Harvest

🕔06:58, 31.Dec 2019

Harvesting your potatoes in bags is not only a good way to grow them in small spaces, but it can also extend the harvest time. In addition, it’s also helpful in keeping pests and disease away from the spuds. And,

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How to Protect Yourself from 5G

How to Protect Yourself from 5G

🕔08:45, 27.Dec 2019

The smartphone has become an integral part of our everyday lives. Since 1983, when the world’s first cell phone was introduced, these amazing devices have shrunk in size, while increasing in capacity. Today’s smartphones have more computing power inside of

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How to Make a Natural Remedy for Food Poisoning

How to Make a Natural Remedy for Food Poisoning

🕔08:26, 24.Dec 2019

Food poisoning is serious business; nothing to be trifled with. According to estimates by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), 48 million people per year suffer some form of food poisoning. That’s roughly one in every six Americans.

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A Forgotten Wild Edible: Pine Bark Flour

A Forgotten Wild Edible: Pine Bark Flour

🕔10:29, 23.Dec 2019

Bark pealing was a traditional practice amongst the Sami people of northern Scandinavia and of many different indigenous tribes of North America. Some researchers argue if the bark was used as a common food in their diet or just used

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How to Catch Fish with a Jug

How to Catch Fish with a Jug

🕔10:32, 17.Dec 2019

Jug line fishing is an easy method that has been around for a long time. First timers and seasonal fishermen find this method to be consistent, effective, and low cost. If you are in an area with a decent amount

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How to Make Matzo Bread With a Long Shelf Life

How to Make Matzo Bread With a Long Shelf Life

🕔11:03, 9.Dec 2019

As most preppers know, stockpiling foods with a decent shelf life can be a challenge, as well as redundant. Not all foods do well long term, such as bread. So, the thought of having any kind of bread is not

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How to Make Black Garlic For Boosting Your Immune System

How to Make Black Garlic For Boosting Your Immune System

🕔10:59, 5.Dec 2019

Black Garlic is often referred to as fermented, however, the process is more like slow-roasting. Whole cloves of garlic are kept at a temperature of 140 F degrees for 2 to 6 weeks. The natural sugars are slowly caramelized and

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How to Can Your Leftover Turkey

How to Can Your Leftover Turkey

🕔08:03, 28.Nov 2019

There may be no better group than us preppers to understand the importance of giving thanks. We understand what could happen, what has happened and just how bleak the future might be. Things like running water, hot coffee, hot showers,

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