A while back, I wrote about Amy Moser’s 20 surgeries to repair multiple tendon and ligament ruptures, spinal degeneration, and widespread arthritis after using Cipro. These newest warnings were not in time to help Amy and untold others that have suffered.
Why would you choose something that FORCES your body to expel a baby, rather than working with you and your baby?
It’s definitely time to stop blindly trusting and seriously research everything!
Did you know that the package insert warns AGAINST the use of this induction when it’s not medically indicated?…
The novel coronavirus outbreak is causing me to access our home medicine cabinet situation. It’s difficult to prepare for a true viral pandemic especially for those living in close proximity to others.
So how does the average person properly prepare for this type of emergency?Get my free “Vital Vaccine Info” printable e-book here!
The best way is to have proven natural remedies already IN YOUR HOME to weaken and dispose of any virus, should it be needed !…
Here is a delightfully healthy cold weather thing to do!
Once we feel the changing of the seasons with its shorter, increasingly sunless days, we may notice a runny nose, a tickle, or a cough. So some of us old-timer do-it-yourselfers, get busy and make an amazing herbal folk remedy to warm and stimulate the well designed body to do amazing things!
It’s one of the best spicy and sweet seasonal remedies and preventatives. And it’s become trendy, too! …
Abigail Adams recognized the importance of teaching her own children. She stressed children should be taught by mothers who were not merely literate, but students themselves, and she was ready to speak out in favor of home-education every chance she had. She would have supported parents making an exodus from public schools (government schools) today!
She was a fabulous early example of how homeschooling could and should look….
A quick glance at a bunch of white lumpy kernels isn’t much to impress anyone, but the kefir grains (seen above) that combine with milk to make kefir are powerful and yield an incredibly healthy and surprisingly delicious beverage.
The main difference between kefir and yogurt is that kefir contains three times the amount of probiotics as yogurt. The milk used to make kefir is fermented with a combination of 10 to 20 different types of probiotic bacteria and yeast, but the milk used to make yogurt is only fermented with a few….