Medicine to have at home
I generally do not like to take medicine unless I have to, but there are some situations that cannot be solved with green tea and a nap. I also have had experience with three children and grandchildren, and countless students when it comes to maintaining good health, so I would recommend always having some basic medicines on hand. These medicines will vary depending on your situation, but here is what I would recommend.
Tennessee Prepares to Vaccinate for Influenza Next Week in Fight Flu '22
Officials at the Tennessee Department of Health (TDH) are encouraging all Tennesseans over the age of 6 months to receive this year’s flu vaccine. Vaccinations will be offered free of charge on Wednesday, November 9, 2022, at all local health departments state-wide for "Fight Flu ’22."
Maintaining Calm Amid Chaos: Families Pack ‘Go Bags’ to be Ready for Natural Disasters
(Note: I am not sponsored or compensated in any way for this article.) Anchorage resident Heather Foyer never worried about wildfires affecting her home near Dowling and Elmore roads. That changed on July 2, 2019, when a nearby wildfire prompted Foyer and her roommate to evacuate.
The Perspective of a Farm Girl : The Art of Being COMFORTABLE with DISCOMFORT
#farmvlog #homesteading #selfsufficiency Let's take a walk around the garden and talk about our weakness in convenience. Convenience can destroy innovation and creative thinking. Let's have thought provoking talks in the garden.
Combat food shortages with your own FALL garden. Start now!
TOP SECRET trick for planting Spring seeds indoors that you won't believe! Also, winging it. #chocolateicingsoil What is the number one top secret trick to guarantee seed success? Watch to find out! These seeds are being planted indoors under special lights to ensure they will grow just fine in the garden when it's time. Why did we move from our nice warm life in Florida to start a homesteading journey across the country in very cold Upstate New York? Because our old life was bad for us. Share with us the journey of learning with grace. This will be homesteading for beginners, vlog style like other homesteading channels. We will be growing food for our family, as debt free life as we can, getting ourselves out of the rat race as fast and as best we can. This means being present in our lives, in our food, in our choices for responsible permaculture and land stewardship. Check out our YouTube channel for more!
Farmers Warning: Potatoes and Onions next to fail?
Hello there! Today's video is about the next wave of warnings from local farmers.. potatoes and onions, seeds and hay are going to be in very short supply, especially by next year. The best and easiest thing you can do is start storing them now! Pressure canning, freezing, dehydrating.. there are many easy ways to start stocking up to make sure your family has food to come. If you can't do that, you can buy already canned variety's with ease! Follow us on YouTube @ Rootbound Homestead for more :)
WINTER IS COMING PREPARE NOW: Fire Cider for immunity
This amazing health tonic is something our forefathers (and our grandmas!) used to help fight and combat everything from severe cold and flu, nasal congestion, warms the body during cold seasons, support digestion, and to boost immunity. Fire Cider is anti-viral, anti-bacterial, and anti-fungal. Fire Cider also supports digestion and is anti-inflammatory. Different properties of different whole natural foods come together to keep you going strong!
Doomsday Prepping: Are You One of Them?
Photo by cottonbro from Pexels. Doomsday Preppers. That’s what they’re called. The people who believe that the world is coming to an end and they need to do something about it. Are you one of them?