Activated carbon has a lot of uses and air and water filtration is on top of them. Here is how to make activated carbon at home.
Like many herbs, marijuana has been used as an alternative treatment for many diseases for centuries. This is a huge topic so let’s find out more!
Let’s see how big pharma is reaching into your wallet and reducing your chances of enjoying good health through your doctor.
Old timers used castor oil for everything from colds to parasitical worms. Here are 11 reasons to stockpile this multipurpose item.
Bentonite clay has been used for centuries. Here is why it should have a place in your survival planning or homesteading daily life.
The medicinal properties and ease of growth make ginger a plant that you should definitely have in your survival garden!
Regardless of the reason for your stuffy nose, there are many home remedies to try right now to breathe better and feel better.
Bleach is an important item to your stockpile. Here are 5 things to know about bleach survival storage, uses and alternatives.
The immune system is your body’s first line of defence. Let’s see how you can help and boost your immune system before winter.
This technique was used for preservation but modern knowledge revealed that fermentation provides nutrients that you body needs for survival.
Bright red barns setting in the middle of nowhere… If you want to live sustainably, make your own outdoor paint that will look great and last for years!
Extracting clay from soil takes a bit of time but it’s possible just about anywhere. Then you can use it for pottery, cobs or making roof tiles.
Let’s talk about how to make and use your very own manure tea to get the best out of your crops. Your garden will most definitely enjoy a cup.
What will you do when there are no bandages, no medications, and no way to get help? Nature will be by your side to help you.
You know there are cancer-causing chemicals in your food, and commercial sunscreen is the same. This is how to use natural agents instead!
Carbs are the primary source for most of us but the problem is that they burn up quickly. How good are they for survival food?