10 Simple Ways to Keep You Safe on Your Farm - Homesteading and Livestock
Reader Contribution By Julia Shewchuk, Serenity Acres Farm
Preparing Your Garden for Winter: Fall Gardening Tasks
Overwintering Plants & Other Fall Gardening Tasks
Fall Garden Cleanup: Fall Chores and To-Do List
Thyme (Thymus vulgaris) Reduces cough, bronchitis, sinus pressure Sip savory thyme tea to help relax the bronchial spasms that trigger coughing due to colds or bronchitis. Use 2 teaspoons of dried thyme per cup of boiling water, steep for 10 minutes, and drink three times a day. Treat everything from cancer symptoms to the common cold with easy, herbal remedies. Order your copy of The New Healing Herbs.
Chamomile (Matricaria recutita) Soothes the tummy—and the soul A mild, relaxing tea with a delicate flavor, it contains oils that relax the smooth muscles in the stomach. Three cups daily will ease indigestion, irritable bowel problems, and colitis. Choose 100% pure chamomile flowers with a strong, fresh apple aroma. Use 1 tablespoon of flowers per cup of boiling water. Take for 2 months or more for chronic problems.
Pruning Perennials: Fall or Spring?
How To Protect Yourself From Curses And Psychic Attack
Curses and psychic attack are negative energy directed at us from another person. This person may be a skilled magickal practitioner who has raised energy against you in a planned attack or it may simply be a person who has very negative strong feelings toward you that have "rubbed off" and "stuck" to you. While this is a scary prospect, the truth is that it is very easy to prevent this energy from staying with you for an
How to Plant, Grow, and Care for Canna Flowers
How To Feed Rabbits Sustainably Without Store-Bought Pellets
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10 amazing facts about Owls that you probably did not know!
Owls are the most unusual among birds as they fly mostly at night, have huge expressive eyes and make frightening sounds. Here are 10 interesting facts about these amazing creatures.
There are 216 species of owls all around the globe. Owls are found on almost every continent, except Antarctica. The largest number of owls live in Asian countries