If you have heard that naturally-raised, free-range chickens and eggs offer you a better bang-for-your-buck, it’s true. Free-range is better for us humans nutritionally and it is the best for the hens.
As it turns out, all those lower-priced $-a-dozen, commercial eggs at your supermarket aren’t providing you or the chickens much of a choice at all. Eggs are another example where extra care for the laying hens pays big dividends for you, the consumer, and it is also more sustainable for the chickens and the land.
Recent tests conducted by Mother Earth News magazine have shown once again that eggs from chickens that range freely on pasture provide clear nutritional benefits over eggs from confinement operations….
Are you looking for an effective essential oils recipe for year-round use in a vaporizer or a diffuser? We have used this with success many, many times as our alternative to antibiotics, in particularly, with respiratory issues.
As cold temperatures and increasingly sunless days cause our vitamin D levels to drop, it’s a great time to diffuse essential oils into heavily used room spaces or to inhale them. As the trend is to build our homes more tightly for energy savings, internal air quality suffers and so does our body’s ability to heal itself. Essential oils like these listed below which have tremendous anti-viral, antibacterial, and antiseptic properties to help disinfect and freshen stale air.
And year ’round I use this in the bathroom or kitchen when I feel surfaces need an overall purification after flu or a round of nasty colds.
The oils in this recipe work together to combat germs in the air and on surfaces. They are gentle to the body and also delightful to the senses!
Essential oils have practically saved my life…a number of times. I exaggerate not!
Since I am allergic to almost all antibiotics, I’ve had to do some research…and find an effective alternative. If you are not already acquainted with essential oils, this is a quick and easy primer. These top 10 have been invaluable to our family over many years. If used correctly, they can be very effective and safe. We have only had to resort to antibiotics once… ~ Jacqueline…