A dad backpacking with his son riding on his shoulders

Fatty Liver and Ugly...

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My husband spent many of his young years on fishing boats in Alaska. The life of a professional fisherman is not easy. They labored 18 to 22 hours each day, on their feet, and they would be out on the boat for as much as a month at a time. It was a hard life, made for real men, but it also made for toe fungus. Wearing the same shoes, and often running out of socks, feet got wet and stayed wet. Soon, white nails began to grow as the fungus grew stronger. Toe fungus is not one of these… Read More
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Close up photograph of old fashioned delicious bone broth

Healthy Broth

Shoshanna (Pearl) Easling

Old-fashioned broth is packed with important minerals that have disappeared from the American diet.

June 2010
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Sepia photo collage of children holding animals and planting seeds with their mother

From City Slickers to Happy Homesteaders

Erin Harrison

Concerned about the future? It might be wise to learn something of how to live off the land. Your survival could depend on it. ~Debi Pearl

June 2010
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Landscape and skyscape full of wonderful green herbs for healing and health

I Made an “Herb Girl” Out of Me

Shoshanna (Pearl) Easling

A long way from medical help, they discovered that my green salve was very effective in treating a variety of ailments, from boils to rashes to ringworms and more. I was blown away.

April 2010
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Green apple with white measuring tape around it

The Bottom Line

Shoshanna (Pearl) Easling

By now, most New Year’s resolutions have fallen by the wayside—and perhaps the bottom, if your resolution was to lose weight.

February 2010
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Male and female scientists mixing chemicals in test tubes and bottles in a laboratory

Science Fiction Horror Story

Michael Pearl

God designs his human creation after his own image…And what do scientists do? They say, “It is good, but not good enough; we can do better,” and then proceed to re-create what God created.

February 2010
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Do You Have Expensive Pee?

Shoshanna (Pearl) Easling

From choosing herbs that are right for you to making tinctures, infusion, capsules, and more, you will find that it’s all so easy—and loads of fun. This mix will make enough to last two to four months.

December 2009
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Smart Pack

Shoshanna (Pearl) Easling

Smart Packs are not only for pregnant women and children; they are also for smart people.

August 2009
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A Hay Day

Lynne H

Why pay high prices for organic fresh greens? This is so simple, anyone can do it, and you can do it anywhere!

August 2009
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Eating WILD

Shoshanna (Pearl) Easling

Knowing how to eat in the wild can save money, and it can even save your life. I am going to show you how to cook a few wild foods.

August 2009
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Red Clover, Red Clover, Let Good Health Come Over

Shoshanna (Pearl) Easling

Red clover is one of history’s most popular herbs. Farmers plant it for a cover crop and mix it into their hay crops to increase the protein content of their animal feed.

June 2009
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