How to Make an Herbal Anti-Itch Salve or Balm (Great for Bug Bites; Dry Itchy Skin; Allergic Reactions; & More) — All Posts Healing Harvest Homestead
Do bug bites have you scratching? Or maybe you suffer from dry, itchy skin? This herbal anti-itch salve is so easy to make. It's soothing, anti-inflammatory, and smells wonderful. Click through to find out how to make a natural herbal anti-itch salve you'll love!
Foraging: Identifying Wild Edible Chickweed
Foraging for and how to identify and eat chickweed. This wild edible weedy plant can be found in the spring everywhere in America.
You CAN eat thistles! Plus a vegan, paleo Greek salad recipe
You can eat parts of the prickly thistle plant--and their delicious when used properly. Learn how, and get a bonus Greek salad recipe, from the ForagedFoodie
Herbal Antibiotics - Using Herbs to Fight Infection and Speed Healing
Herbal antibiotics help fight infections, such as UTIs, and speed wound healing. Many also fight viruses, like colds and flu. They are gaining interest as treatments for antibiotic resistant bacteria.
A Recipe Written In The Bible: This Powerful, 3500 Year Old Remedy Is A Cure For All Diseases! - The Cracked Mug Life
Olives are widely grown throughout the whole world, and they are mainly used for culinary purposes. It is interesting that they have been used in culinary and medicinal purposes since ancient times, and it is thought that they have powerful healing properties and the ability to cure flu, herpes, tuberculosis, gonorrhea
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Sweet & Spicy Bacon Wrapped Chicken Tenders - one of the best things we ate last week. Only 4 simple ingredients - chicken, bacon, brown sugar and chili powder. They only take about 5 minutes to make and are ready to eat in under 30 minutes. Sweet and salty in one bite!
Cleavers - Herb of the Week
)updated May 2017) March 28 is National Weed Day (it might be weeding day, but it is March so I am not weeding anything yet!), so I decided to make the herb of the week a plant you would not grow but may harvest and use as it grows wild and is considered by many to be a weed. I remember having a lot of fun with cleavers or “velcro weed” as a child. This wonderful sticky, annual plant often grows wild and prolifically against fences, in hedgerows, crop fields and beneath trees. we used to…
Peppergrass: Potent Pipsqueak - Eat The Weeds and other things, too
Lepidium Virginicum: Bottlebrush Peppergrass There are two ways of thinking about peppergrass, either as a real neat wild treat, or an obnoxious weed. Regardless of your world view — or weed view — peppergrass is a survivor and part of man’s diet for many thousands of years. As far back as 300 BC Pliny was […]
How to Use Diatomaceous Earth | The Prairie Homestead
The definitive post on diatomaceous earth! Learn how to use diatomaceous earth for its health benefits and around your home and homestead.
ANTIBIOTICS ARE BECOMING USELESS! HERE ARE 10 NATURAL ANTIBIOTICS YOU NEED TO KEEP IN YOUR HOME
It appears that after excessive use on humans and the increased use in factory farm animals, antibiotics are becoming useless. The spread of resistant strains is yet another factor that led to the …
Harvesting And Using Dandelion Roots - Herbs Info
Dandelions, the wonderful yellow flowers that are adored by children and cursed by lawn owners, are in fact one of the most versatile of herbs - with numerous uses for the flowers, leaves and even the roots! It's a sad fact that they are sprayed and destroyed in such great numbers by people who have no knowledge of their real value and virtues. Not only can dandelion plants be used in a wide variety of delicious recipes but they have a tremendous number of uses in herbal medicine and have…