How to make Colloidal Silver

These few ideas are posts from regular people from the website off the grid news on how Colloidal Silver can be made at home.   Marty I make and use colloidal silver with a C.S. generator. It will only make CS in 5, 10. or 15 PPM. I use only 15 PPM, and it has been a […] Read more »

Common Utah Weeds

Utah State University Extention has a great resource to help you identify some of those weeds in your garden and also gives you information on there medicinal value if they have any. This first one is just the first of many. Redroot pigweed Amaranthus retroflexus L. Amaranthaceae (Pigweed family) Location: gardens, waterways, roadsides, waste areas, […] Read more »

Ebola and the five stages of collapse

This is an interesting but scary what if scenario. What sort of world will Ebola leave in its wake? Dmitry Orlov Cluborlov.blogspot.com Fri, 10 Oct 2014 23:31 CEST   At the moment, the Ebola virus is ravaging three countries – Liberia, Guinea and Sierra Leone – where it is doubling every few weeks, but singular […] Read more »

Top 11 things you need to do NOW to protect yourself from an Ebola outbreak

Top 11 things you need to do NOW to protect yourself from an uncontrolled Ebola outbreak Wednesday, October 01, 2014 by Mike Adams, the Health Ranger Tags: Ebola outbreak, preparedness, personal protection (NaturalNews) Now that Ebola “patient zero” has been confirmed in the United States, it’s clear that Ebola is spreading far beyond the control […] Read more »

The many Benefits of Sage

What Are the Health Benefits of Sage Tea? Last Updated: Nov 04, 2013 | By Norma Chew 2 glasses of sage tea. Photo Credit oyaboya/iStock/Getty Images Overview Sage, or salvia officinalis, as it is scientifically called is a plant native to Southern Europe and the Mediterranean region. Sage has been used in traditional medicine for […] Read more »

Best 6 Natural Anti-Inflammatory Herbs

By Rebecca Walsh Inflammation is the cause of many forms of chronic pain, including things like arthritis, tendonitis, many forms of back pain and pain in the ribs. Inflammation is a natural body response to injury or infection and sometimes it goes away on its own and other times, it gets worse and becomes persistent. […] Read more »

Home and Herbal Burn Remedies

Always important information to have at the ready. Home and Herbal Remedies As we in preparedness community know, our traditional medicine practices may not be available some day and I feel it is important for everyone to be able to have SOME knowledge regarding alternate burn treatments using some things you have either in your […] Read more »

Ebola Reaching the U.S. Not If But When

The way the Obama administration is handling it right now ensures that Ebola will Reach the U.S. It’s Not Just a Matter of If Anymore Emerging Threats Just a side note before you read this article, Yarrow might come in handy for Ebola, try and have some on hand. Taking the temperature of travelers is […] Read more »

Herbal Treatments – Mullein Recipes

I’m just beginning to become familiar with the benefits of Mullein so these recipes from thepreparedpage.com will help me get started with the Mullein that I have growing in my yard. Herbal Treatments – Mullein Information & Recipes Like everyone else I have seen mullein (Verbascum thapsus) otherwise known as the candle flower growing along side the roadways and […] Read more »

How to plan and plant a Medicinal Herb Garden

Nice information to have and there is a lot of different Herbs to choose from. March 2, 2013 By Homestead Lady Why would you want to know how to plan and plant a medicinal herb garden?  Well, with more and more of us opting out of the conventional this or that there’s been a rise in […] Read more »