Study: RoundUp Causes Cell Death to Human Placenta Cells at Levels Allowed in Drinking Water

Roundup is an endocrine disruptor and is toxic to human cells in vitro (tested in culture dishes in the laboratory) at levels permitted in drinking water in Australia, a new study has found.This is the first study to examine the effects of glyphosate and Roundup on progesterone production by human female cells in an in … Continue reading Study: RoundUp Causes Cell Death to Human Placenta Cells at Levels Allowed in Drinking Water


Arctostaphylos uva ursi or Arbutus uva ursi Also, Known As: Arberry Bearberry Bear's-grape Crowberry Foxberry Hog Cranberry Kinnikinnick Mealberry Mountain Box Mountain Cranberry Red Bearberry Sagackhomi Sandberry Upland Cranberry Uva Ursi The uva ursi herb, which is more commonly known as the bearberry is a small and evergreen shrub belonging to the plant order: Ericaceae. … Continue reading Bearberry.

Blue Flag.

Iris versicolor Also, Known As: Blue Flag Blue Iris Flag Lily Fleur-de-lis Flower-de-luce Iris Liver Lily Poison Flag Snake Lily Water Flag Wild Iris Blue flag (botanical name, Iris versicolor) is also known as wild iris and it prevails nearly all over the West. The appearance of the blue flag is similar to that of … Continue reading Blue Flag.

Our “Little Shop Of Horror” 2014

I wanted to share a unique sunflower we grew 2 years ago. The photo in the post Sunflowers are our flowers we grew 2 years ago as well. We had, somehow, inadvertently, grew our own "Little Shop Of Horror's." We had folks from all over the world taking photo's, and I had shared this with my friends … Continue reading Our “Little Shop Of Horror” 2014

Sunflower {Helianthus annuus}

Also, Known As: Sunflower Sunflower (botanical name, Helianthus annuus) is a tall, remarkable, annually growing plant which grows up to a height of 3 feet to 10 feet (1 m to 3 m). The sunflower plant has a fleshy, coarse and hairy stem while the leaves are broad and roughly-textured. In addition, the leaves of … Continue reading Sunflower {Helianthus annuus}

How Essential Oils Can Help Replace Overused Antibiotics & Stop Drug Resistant Superbugs


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David Gutierrez
February 19, 2016

Antibiotic resistance is rapidly reaching the scale of a global health crisis. More and more people are being treated with “last resort” antibiotics, and the head of the World Health Organization, Margaret Chan, recently warned that the explosion of increasingly virulent drug-resistant microbes may eventually mean the “end of modern medicine.”

“The rise of antibiotic resistance is a global health crisis,” Chan said. “More and more governments recognize (it is) one of the greatest threats to health today.”

One thing that ordinary consumers can do to stem this tide, is to avoid unnecessary antibiotic treatments by using natural alternatives.

Why antibiotics are bad for your health

One of the most common misuses of antibiotics is when doctors prescribe them for viral problems, such as a cold or the flu, or minor bacterial infections that might otherwise have cleared up on…

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You Won’t Believe How Your Health Can Be Traced to Dental Health


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Can health issues in different parts of your body be traced back to your oral or dental health? Dr. Isaac Eliaz says this is definitely the case, and that very often, the patient may not even know there is an issue in the mouth. Find out how an unknown infection can be causing problems in other organs or systems in the body. You won’t believe how your overall health can be traced to your dental health

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Is it time to update aromatherapy guidelines for pregnancy? | The Barefoot Dragonfly

Robert Tisserand knocked the aromatherapy community’s socks off with his new book, co-authored with Rodney Young, Essential Oil Safety Second Edition that came out earlier this autumn. ItR… Source: Is it time to update aromatherapy guidelines for pregnancy? | The Barefoot Dragonfly

Cinnamon Maple Sunflower Butter | The Barefoot Dragonfly

Helianthus annuus, the common sunflower, is easily recognized by its large heads, heavy and drooping with kernels near harvest. This beautiful flower gives us a delicious and nutritious snack packe… Source: Cinnamon Maple Sunflower Butter | The Barefoot Dragonfly