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Thursday, August 21, 2014

Monday, August 18, 2014

6 (Mostly) Natural Ways to Prevent Mosquito Bites

"Mosquitoes have been pestering humans since the dawn of time and it doesn’t look like it’s a trend that’s going to come to a halt anytime soon.  Besides being annoying, these tiny bloodsuckers carry and spread all kinds of diseases to their victims.  The Chikungunya virus, dengue’s nasty cousin, is one of the most recent additions to the list of problems they can cause.
With the emergence of this debilitating new virus, it’s more important than ever to protect yourself from mosquito bites, particularly if you live in Costa Rica, the Caribbean, or Latin America.  In no particular order, here are some of the best ways to prevent yourself from becoming a three course meal both around your home and while on your next adventure..."

Click HERE and learn how to naturally protect yourself and your loved ones from mosquito bites!

Tuesday, August 12, 2014

Health Benefits of OKRA

Source: naturalsociety.com

Did you know that Okra is great for?

  • Preventing diabetes
  • Promoting colon health and preventing colon cancer
  • Boosting digestive health
  • Weight management
  • Promoting a healthy pregnancy
  • Maintaining healthy skin
  • Protecting against free radical damage
  • Relief from respiratory issues like asthma, cough, or trouble breathing
  • Promoting eye health
  • Boosting mood
  • Constipation

Wednesday, August 6, 2014

Household Paraffin Wax

For canning, candle making and many other uses. A highly refined paraffin wax for sealing jams, jellies, and preserves, in open top containers and for home candle making.

Preserving and Canning:
1. Fill glasses of jars to within 1/2 inch of top.
2. Clean inside top rim of container to remove any preserves from surface.
3. While contents are hot, cover with 1/8 inch layer of melted paraffin wax.
4. When cold, add another 1/8 inch layer of melted paraffin wax, tilting and rotating to seal completely.

General Uses:
1. Seal bottles by dipping tops.
2. Rub hot iron over paraffin wax, wrapped in cloth, to keep smooth and bright.
3. Lubricate sticking drawers, windows, doors and zipper fasteners.
4. Rub paraffin wax on snow shovels to aid shoveling wet snow.
5. Lubricate snow skis and toboggans.
6. Wax surfboards.
7. Coat inside of garbage cans with melted paraffin wax to prevent rusting, sticking of contents, and enable easier cleaning.
8. Create decorative candles and artificial flowers. Grease candle molds lightly with vegetable oil and chill prior to use. 

--via royal-oak.com