Planting, growing, and using echinacea for medicinal purposes is easier than you think, and you may come to value this humble herb.
Natural living is a big part of homesteading. There are many natural alternatives to modern products that are healthier and cheaper.
People have used honey for many purposes for thousands of years. From medicinal to cooking, honey is a loved ingredient by survivalists.
If you are looking into growing your own medicine, you’ll want to consider adding some of these medicinal trees to your homestead.
What happens if you forget your toothpaste or simply run out of it? Here are 11 ways to clean your teeth without toothpaste.
Before you dismiss any of the weeds growing in your yard, you might want to consider their medicinal and nutritional benefits.
Hydrogen peroxide has many uses other than disinfecting wounds. You can use it around the house, in the garden, and in the bathroom.
Bee balm, also known as bergamot, has multiple uses including edible and medicinal uses that make it a must-have.
Elderberry syrup has long been praised by scientists and herbalists as being very beneficial to the body. Here’s how to make it.
Kudzu has earned a bad reputation, but it has some impressive benefits, as well. It can be used for food, medicine, clothing, and more.
Like other healing plants, chamomile has several health benefits that make it a valuable addition to your garden and medicine cabinet.