Grow your own Food and Medicine, Featuring the Awake Gardener: Wally Richards

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Grow your own Food and Medicine, Featuring the Awake Gardener: Wally Richards

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Featuring NZ's Gardening Guru, Wally Richards

Changing The World Garden by Garden!
http://www.gardenews.co.nz
Make no mistake, we are in a fight for our very survival."

We live in a world where natural plants given by mother earth are demonized and labeled dangerous and illegal because they cannot be patented while deadly chemicals produced in labs are treated as mainstream and safe in order to fill the pockets of a few.

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Location: New Zealand's Heart
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Latest Activity: Aug 28

Gardening 101 ~~ The BASICS

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5 Top Benefits of Ginger

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Fertilizer destroys plant microbiome's ability to protect against disease

A new study of the role microbial communities play on the leaves of plants suggests that fertilizing crops may make them more susceptible to disease.University of California, Berkeley, biologists found that spraying tomatoes with microbes from healthy tomatoes protected them from disease-causing bacteria, but that fertilizing the tomatoes beforehand negated the protection, leading to an increase in the population of pathogenic microbes on the plants' leaves.While the researchers don't yet know ...
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Comment by rose on July 15, 2018 at 10:14

Join the candida summit http://urltag.net/CTMda

Comment by rose on March 20, 2018 at 15:49

German city sets an example by providing organic food to first graders

When it comes to making the organic food industry successful, Nuremberg, Germany, is a shining example of what is possible. One of the city’s initiatives is to gift first-graders with yellow lunchboxes filled with organic food on their first day of school, reports German broadcaster DW. The city refills the box daily as part of an initiative to increase the amount of organic food offered in public institutions.In Nuremberg City, Organic Food Takes PriorityThe Nuremberg initiative extends beyond public...
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Comment by rose on January 3, 2018 at 12:25

Inflammation is considered one of the most formidable causes of disease! Quell the pain and inflammation with your own DIY supplement superfood. Try these easy and sweet 2-ingredient turmeric bombs.

We would like to offer one important suggestion! If you can stomach it – add as much black pepper as possible.

Black pepper is proven to increase absorption of turmeric’s benefits by a whopping 2,000%!! You wouldn’t want to miss out on that important bioavailability.

Turmeric is known to fight pain, high blood sugar/blood pressure, inflammation, candida and so much more! But it’s difficult to get enough in your diet unless you take supplements – and those can be pricey.

Ingredients – what you will need:

  • 1/2 cup ground turmeric
  • 3 tbs  raw honey
  • Cookie sheet & parchment paper or baking mat.
  • Optional – but high recommended! Black pepper.

Stir ingredients until peanut butter consistency.

Roll into balls and line on parchment paper on cookie sheet.

Freeze.

Enjoy!

Watch the video directions below or step-by-step photo instructions at Natural Living Ideas, where this recipe first surfaced.

Easy Two Ingredient Turmeric Bombs
Comment by rose on December 5, 2017 at 20:15

Healthy Cannabis Juice

Ingredients:

3 lbs cannabis leaves (can use kale or chard also)
4 apples, quartered
4 golden beets, quartered (red beets stain)
3 stalks of celery, quartered
½ cucumber, quartered lengthwise
2 lemons, quartered lengthwise
1 piece of ginger as big as your thumb

Roughly chop your veggies so they will fit easily down the tube of the juicer. Soak and rinse your cannabis leaves to ensure no dust or bugs are on the surface.

Turn juicer on, position a catch cup or pitcher into front of the spout, and begin to juice. Alternate clumps of cannabis leaves with apples, celery, lemons or cucumber pieces to keep the fibrous pulp moving through the machine. Skim the foam from your finished juice.

Comment by rose on December 5, 2017 at 14:31

Here are the characteristics of a bad diet:

• Primarily consists of dead foods (cooked, microwaved, etc.)

• Primarily consists of processed foods (milled, bleached, etc.)

• Lacks large quantities of fresh, living fruits and vegetables.

• Avoids adequate water hydration (and focuses on manufactured beverages).

• Very high in processed sugars and processed carbohydrates.

• Contains genetically-modified foods such as corn, soy or sugar from GM sugar beets.

• Includes a large amount of processed, pasteurized dairy products such as cow's milk.

• Is made with hundreds of different chemical food additives from MSG and aspartame to chemical preservatives.

• Is packaged in toxic food containers, including plastics and epoxy resins that contaminate the food with BPA.

• Primarily consists of conventionally-grown, pesticide-contaminated foods.

• Contains a large quantity of unhealthy oils such as corn oil, soy oil or partially-hydrogenated oils.

• Consists of a large number of fried foods or foods cooked at very high temperatures that destroy nutrients while creating carcinogenic compounds.

• Is made with many modified, unnatural ingredients such hydrogenated oils, refined sugar (which removes the minerals), homogenized milk fats, and so on.

• Consists of a large quantity of animal products.

Comment by rose on July 24, 2017 at 18:38

Welcome Wally - what took you so long?

 

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