Garden of Eaten' by Allen Burns
Music by Allen Burns, from Dancing to the Edge of the Universe
Editor's Note: With the price of organic produce sky high and no guarantee that it will be fresh, we decided to turn our yards into an edible landscape. Our yard is large by today's standards, but most of it is on a steep hill. It had been neglected for years and overgrown with weeds, bushes, morning glories and blackberry brambles. Wtih a lot of sweat and Allen's creative genius we have an AMAZING garden of fruit trees, vegetables in raised beds. We have raspberries, blackberries, strawberries, blueberries, and so much more. Our corn this year is eilght feet tall. I can't even list everything Allen has been able to grow. We have a veritable produce market in our back and front yards.
Since all of these potencies are available in health food stores in California and throughout the world, it would seem logical that all the potencies could be useful at some time or another—yet many people are confused about which potency is best for their particular problem.
Six Kinds of Stress -- and How to Reduce Them Naturally
Adapted from their new book, "Fit Soul, Fit Body"
The common denominator in reducing stress, regardless of which type it is, is a balanced workout program. Moderate exercise, such as walking, is the key to overcoming the negativity and fatigue that so often accompany every type of stress. Here are the six kinds of stress and some additional prescriptions for reducing each of them.
This is the first of a series of in-depth articles about Homeopathy by Dr. Iqbal
The founder of homeopathy, Samuel Hahnemann, was born on April 10th, 1755 at Meissen, in Saxony, Germany. He was the son of an Artisan, a porcelain painter. His childhood was humble, and he attended Meissen High School by becoming a servant in the house of one of the masters. Hahnemann received a classical education, and was a top student in the languages of Greek and Latin.
In 1775, at the age of twenty, Hahnemann started his studies of medicine in Leipsic. He made his living by giving instruction in German and French and by translating English books into German. In 1779, he received a degree as an M.D.
Of all the “New Age” practices, healing is undoubtedly one of the most sought after. I often wondered why that was. After much research, I came to the conclusion that sometime after 1950, there was a growing disillusionment with “traditional” medicine. Because of a complicated set of rising circumstances, the face of medicine and patient care was rapidly changing and becoming more institutionalized. Specialization became more prevalent and medicine became more complicated to practice.
Health benefits of lemon are incredible. See under "read more" for directions on how to use it for: throat infections, indigestion, constipation, dental problems, fever, hair care, skin care, internal bleeding, rheumatism, burns, overweight, respiratory disorders, cholera and high blood pressure. Known for its therapeutic properties, lemon helps strengthen your immunity system and cleanse your stomach.