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The below is a list of all the home remedies on Earth Clinic dating back to 1999, when Earth Clinic first came into existence on the internet! What you discover on these pages might surprise you! Ever heard of Oil Pulling or Blue Glass and Sunlight Therapy? How about banana peels for warts? Read on! Check out newest, still growing section! Discover how the legume alfalfa, alfalfa sprouts, and alfalfa powder health supplements can improve your health! Interested in balancing your pH, but don't know which formula to try? Used for burns, constipation, acid reflux, cancer, celiac disease. Used around the world for centuries, this old folk remedy cures everything: allergies, acid reflux, gout, arthritis, headaches, yeast infections, psoriasis, depression. Apple Cider Vinegar for Weight Loss Spanish version - (partial translation only, sorry!) From our Bangkok contributor, Ted, this combination balances pH, cures acid reflux, and takes care of dental enamel erosion caused by drinking ACV.

Hobo Stove | Practical Survivor - StumbleUpon Urban survival is a tricky subject to discuss. There are advantages to urban survival. Anywhere you look there are items in trash cans and dumpsters that can be used to improve a survival situation. Cardboard boxes can be used for shelter, newspapers can be used for insulation and to the practical survivor another persons trash can be a treasure. In this case we will use a coffee can to build a stove. Whether you call it a hobo stove, can stove, or just a survival stove, this is a cheap effective way to both cook and stay warm. Keep an open mind during any survival situation. Whether backpacking, camping, or surviving, having a way to cook can make a huge difference. A coffee can or large vegetable/ravioli can will allow you to build a stove and cook. Items used to build this stove: * Coffee can * Can opener * Tin snips * Drill and drill bits * Metal coat hanger There are many methods that could be used to build this stove. The top side of a coffee can is already opened. Materials:

My Top Solutions To Overeating | Jessica Sepel So many people I meet these days tend to overeat- for both physical and emotional reasons. Food is here to nourish us and to provide us with the necessary nutrients to function optimally. We must treat food as sacred and healing. I believe when we develop a stronger mind body awareness and love for ourselves, we will make better food choices and use food to nourish our bodies rather than to fill certain emotional gaps. Also, when we develop a stronger connection with our bodies- we can learn to tune into our signals of fullness and even begin to respect those signals. Here are some tips: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11.

Thinking Machine 4: Image Gallery Images taken from Thinking Machine 4. Waves of influence, opening The viewer sees the initial position, with waves of force radiating out from the pieces The machine's thoughts, opening The machine has many choices, with few forced moves, and future lines of play cover the board Waves of influence, mid-game The middle game, as the viewer thinks. The machine's thoughts, mid-game The lines of play become more focused. Waves of influence, endgame The board is deceptively simple as the viewer thinks. The machine's thoughts, endgame The machine foresees that white's pawn will become a queen, and dominate the board as the black king flees. << Back to home

(3) Heirloom Skills for Sustainable Living How to Lose Weight Without Counting CaloriesKimberly Snyder Counting calories is not something I ever encourage for anyone, ever. It’s simply not a natural way of evaluating what to eat or when or if something is healthy or not. We were meant to eat whole foods and listen to our bodies, not add up a bunch of numbers. By sticking to the real foods and being more in tune with your body, you will not only stay slim but become more beautiful overall. Let me also point out that calorie-counting was only introduced a few decades ago, and before that people as a whole were much more slim, without obsessing about numbers, and also sticking to whole, unprocessed foods. Not all calories are created equal. Some calories make you feel full while others don’t, so you’ll want to eat more and more when you eat certain meals or snacks (have you ever polished off a bag of chips without realizing it?). Dairy is difficult to digest as it is not a natural food for humans, and it is a top allergen. Read labels, but for the ingredients, not calories. Love to all,

Our Best Bites Seasoning with Herbs and Spices One thing Kate and I will be doing this year is addressing some of the topics that we frequently get questions about. Kate wrote a great post recently on uses for different types of salts and we have posts on oils and flours too (okay so Kate did all of them). Recently on facebook I mentioned I was cleaning out my disastrous spice cabinet and that sparked some questions on the subject. Since it’s something we get lots of questions about via email and recipe comments, we thought it was time to get spicy! If you’re bummed out there’s not a recipe today, no fear! Fresh vs. Both fresh and dried herbs and spices have their place in the kitchen and can often be used interchangeably. 1 part dry = 3 parts fresh So if a recipe calls for a tablespoon of fresh chopped basil, you’ll want to use only 1/3 of that amount in a dry herb which would be 1 teaspoon. If you’re interested in growing your own herbs, click here for more information. Different forms Powder or Granulated? Stocking the kitchen

Wildwood Survival - Wilderness Survival, Tracking, Nature, Wilderness Mind What Caffeine Really Does to Your Brain Some of it is what you think, a lot of it isn’t. See what is fact and what is all in the mind. “Legend has it that an observant goatherd named Kaldi discovered coffee in Ethiopia somewhere between about 300 and 800 A.D. He noticed that his goats did not sleep at night after eating coffee berries. Ever since then humans have been fascinated with caffeine, and rightly so. Some of its effects are strange and contradictory. Hopefully you’ll find at least one or two things here to surprise you… 1. The goatherd Kaldi may have been right about his goats, but not necessarily about humans. The research finds that the vast majority of people have worked out how to use it. Even then, there are studies where they give people caffeine secretly before they go to bed. 2. It’s not just poor sleep, because people think caffeine is at least a bit bad for them, they blame all kinds of non-specific problems on it: headaches, bad night’s sleep, feeling jittery, and so on. 3. 4. 5. 6. Or will you? 7. 8. 9. 10.