Monthly Archives: January 2016

Cold & Flu Blend

Here is one of my most recent blends to help combat the cold & flu that has been circulating around both of our offices. I used Spearmint and lemon balm, then some German Chamomile, Echinacea, Golden Seal and some American … Continue reading

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Herbs

I am so excited after picking up my shipment of bulk organic herbs from Richter’s. I can’t wait to start putting together some tea blends that I formulated over the Christmas break. It will be interesting to see which ones … Continue reading

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Joint Pain Relief

As I get older I find that joint pain seems to be a part of everyday life. Especially if you have sustained injuries earlier in life, they seem to come back to haunt you in the form of muscle and … Continue reading

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Peak Prosperity

I was listening to Jack Spirko’s Survival Podcast yesterday and he had a guest speaker on named Chris Martenson.  It was a really interesting show, so much so that it had me more curious to find out more about this … Continue reading

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Calgarian sprouting a new basement business

Calgarian sprouting a new basement business By: Brodie Thomas Metro, Published on Wed Jan 13 2016 Vanessa Hanel was not raised as a farm girl. In university, she studied business – not agriculture.  But in the past few years she’s … Continue reading

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Edible Agroforestry

One of the members from a facebook group called Regenerative Agriculture put me on to this document. It is well worth the read and gave me lots of great information and idea’s that I can use in designing the next … Continue reading

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Ham Radio

Today’s post is going to be about Ham Radio’s and why you might want to think about obtaining your ham radio operator’s license. I think it is a must when living in remote locations as part of your over all … Continue reading

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