The following all-natural remedies don’t just treat colds and flus. They’re also extremely good for preventive care.
Natural living is a big part of homesteading. There are many natural alternatives to modern products that are healthier and cheaper.
Yarrow is one of the oldest medicinal herbs, dating back thousands of years and used for various ailments. Here’s how to use it.
Tribes around the world have used tree bark for everything from cups to canoes. In this article, we’ll learn how to make survival tools.
One of the best anti-itch salves you can make is a jewelweed salve. It’s great for treating poison ivy, bug bites, and other skin problems.
You can make many homemade medicines at home using ingredients you already have in your garden and kitchen. Here are 22 natural medicines.
Within the reach of your back steps, you can likely find medicinal herbs that stop bleeding, heal wounds, treat coughs and more.
Few realize just how much you can do with the calendula flower. It’s full of anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, and antiviral properties.
This “natural Neosporin” is perfect for cuts, scrapes, and burns. It smells great, and I feel good about putting it on my toddler’s sensitive skin.
Making your own immune-boosting gummy bears is easier than you think. All you need is some gelatin, elderberry syrup, and gummy bear molds.
Consider a garden full of mosquito-repelling herbs and plants that will allow you to make a DIY bug spray with safe and all-natural ingredients.