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Welcome to My Corner of the World

No matter where you live, it’s a crazy world at that, and getting crazier and crazier, but it’s important that we live where we are planted and become a necessary instrument of our neighborhood, whether that’s in a city, a suburb, a rural community, or out in the woods.

I believe with all my heart that we were created – specially designed by God – to live during these times. We are being given extra help as the days get worse, but we need to learn to listen for God’s voice.

God has generously given us an abundance of herbs that we can use in place of medications. After all, that’s where the pharmaceutical industry got its information on how to make meds. So now we can go directly to the original plant for our needs.

The following articles are not all-inclusive, merely introductive. If you keep looking, you will find a host of other helpful plants that grow around where you live. Remember, we are part of a biome, meaning that our bodies are used to where we live. The plants where you live will be far more helpful than an imported pill or herb, so if possible, use a local plant for your medical needs.

However, and this is my disclaimer, I am an herbalist, not your doctor. This is general information only, and while helpful, it will not take the place of a medical professional, such as your naturopath.

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