If opioids are unavailable, there are some natural painkillers you can try instead including cloves, white willow bark, and more.
In a disaster, the Internet and cell phone towers might not be working. If that happens, try one of these alternative ways to communicate.
Cornstarch has many other uses other than its well-known role as a thickening agent. Here are 23 clever uses for cornstarch.
If you love mushrooms but think they are hard to grow, then the King Stropharia mushroom, often called the wine cap mushroom, is for you.
A mortar and pestle is the perfect no-tech, natural way to mix spices, grind medications, and make sauces. Here is how to use one.
Three sisters gardening is where you plant corn, squash, and pole beans together because they’re great companion plants.
Bamboo is surprisingly easy to grow in many parts of North America, and its quick growth makes it ideal for a variety of uses.
Straw bale gardening is a convenient and clever way to grow food with many benefits. Here is how to start a straw bale garden.
Growing your own wheat is easier than it may sound. Even if you have a small space, you can see big results. Here’s how to do it.
Tree resin has many survival uses including making soap, starting fires, easing pains, helping to heal wounds, and much more.