Bug spray may work, but it’s also sticky and smelly. That’s why investing in herbs and flowers that repel mosquitoes is a better option.
Natural living is a big part of homesteading. There are many natural alternatives to modern products that are healthier and cheaper.
There are many natural remedies to speed up the healing process and prevent infection. We’ll take a look at some natural ways to help wounds heal faster. #homesteadsurvivalsite #firstaid #naturalremedies #homehealthcare #homeremedy
Here are some of our favorite old wives’ tales from the 1800s. We make no distinction between fact and fiction, so try them at your own risk.
Many #houseplants can help counteract the adverse effects of contaminants. Indoor plants can absorb some of the pollutants and add fresh oxygen to your home. #homesteadsurvivalsite #allnatural #naturalliving #toxins
Not all weeds are created equal. Many common backyard weeds offer significant benefits. Here are 14 weeds and how to use them for health and nutrition.
Raw honey is easily is of the healthiest substances on earth. Honey also is packed with vitamins and lots of other important nutrients.
You probably already know that many herbs have abundant medicinal properties. Let’s see how you can use them to keep family healthy.
Learning the language of nature is a valuable skill that can benefit anyone who seeks to live a simpler lifestyle.
If you are ready to start using natural remedies but don’t want to buy new herbs, check your kitchen cabinets.
If you have a bountiful supply of home-grown herbs this year, you may be looking for new ways to preserve them.