Many medicinal herbs are high in antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and antiseptic properties. Here are the most powerful medicinal herbs.
Natural living is a big part of homesteading. There are many natural alternatives to modern products that are healthier and cheaper.
Learn about wild seeds and grains that you can forage for food in the wild, helping sustain yourself in challenging environments.
During the Great Depression, many people had to rely on wild plants for sustenance. Here are some of the edible plants they ate.
Within the reach of your back steps, you can likely find medicinal herbs that stop bleeding, heal wounds, treat coughs and more.
There are many delicious edible mushrooms you can forage, but make sure you know exactly what you’re foraging.
Medicinal flowers are often overlooked as most people pay more attention to herbs, but these flowers can remedy all sorts of ailments.
Although people live longer today, they aren’t as healthy as they used to be. How did our ancestors stay healthy without modern medicine?
If a day ever comes when antibiotics are unavailable, there are still many natural alternatives to antibiotics you can try.
Although some people think of borage as a nuisance weed, this self-seeding herb has plenty of great uses around the home.
There’s no need to buy all sorts of cleaning supplies. You can clean your entire home with baking soda, vinegar, and castile soap.