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.
Natural living is a big part of homesteading. There are many natural alternatives to modern products that are healthier and cheaper.
There are all sorts of natural sore throat remedies that might already be in your chicken. Here are 17 ways to soothe a sore throat.
Tree resin has many survival uses including making soap, starting fires, easing pains, helping to heal wounds, and much more.
If you’re looking for a plant that is easy to grow and has a host of benefits and uses, look no further than rosemary.
There are many cold and flu remedies that can ease your symptoms. In fact, you probably already have some of them in your home.
Medicinal mushrooms are commonly overlooked, but there is a growing body of research indicating that they can treat many ailments.
Willow bark, which is used to make aspirin, can be processed into a tea or tincture that is gentle on the stomach and eases pain.
Native Americans learned the healing powers of herbs by watching animals eat them. In time, they discovered these herbal remedies.
Planting, growing, and using echinacea for medicinal purposes is easier than you think, and you may come to value this humble herb.
People have used honey for many purposes for thousands of years. From medicinal to cooking, honey is a loved ingredient by survivalists.