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THC Week 10: The Collected Experiences of an Inflammation Warrior

Based on the above definition by Merriam-Webster, pretty much everything we come into contact with in modern day society is inflammatory; Our food, our water, our air, the products we clean our homes and bodies with… just about everything in our modern environment has been made in a way that it negatively effects the human […]

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What is THAT? The History, Benefits and Process to Kombucha

I’m sure you have heard people talk about Kombucha or seen it becoming more and more prevalent on the grocery store shelves.  If you don’t know, Kombucha is a magickal brew of fermented black or green tea, usually consumed as a health food. The fermentation process involves a number of microorganisms, including a variety of […]

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Achieving Food Freedom

I am concerned about food security, not just for myself and my family but for my community and country as well. Over the last year and a half, this covid endemic has brought to light, the many pit falls of our just in time, production, processing, and delivery system. Consumers are slaves to the whims […]

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Scorched Earth: Creating the Fire Break

With the torrent of changes that are happening it can be easy for one to become pessimistic. I urge you not to, for that is when it is truly too late. There is still plenty that we can do to create a fire break against these scorched earth policies. The first is simply to be […]

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Turning Stinging Nettle Into Cordage

Legends and folk tales are peppered with truths. My all-time favorite fairy tales is called the Wild Swans. It is a story of six princes who were turned into swans and their only salvation would be if their sister could knit them each a vest made of stinging nettles. There is a fantastic modern retelling […]

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To Buy or Be an Asset?

A major swath of the United States economy and jobs is leisure and service. In this year of covid lock downs, many of these businesses are hemorrhaging. Businesses that have been around for over one hundred years are shutting their doors. We have had almost thirty straight weeks of nearly one million new jobless claims. […]

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My Interview with Bellamy Fitzpatrick:

Green Anarchy & Self-Sufficiency So last week I introduced the concepts of the Green Anarchy movement and Bellamy Fitzgerald’s, founder of the journal Backwoods, opinion of how the essence of Green Anarchy can be achieved in today’s world.  If you haven’t read it, I highly suggest you do as the topics we are talking about […]

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Green Anarchy & The Invitation to Desertion:

What is IT & What does it Provoke? I hate “politics” and the divisiveness it breeds. Therefore, it is rare that I expound on my political ideologies. especially here.  However, with everything that is going on in the world, I would feel remiss if I didn’t at least provide a glimpse into what is possible.  […]


Herbal Action Series: Anodynes

Anodynes (Analgesics) are a class of herbs used for the treatment of pain.  It is probably one of the most important class of herbs to know how to use properly. I have talked a bit about my medical journey that I have been through to get to where I am now.  This journey started, way […]

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Herbal Actions Series

Alteratives: The Path to Balance in the Body Alteratives are both, most important but, equally vague.  Generally speaking, they help the body eliminate and detoxify different systems.  Now, most people know that the body works regularly to detoxify the body of external toxins, such as, pesticides, chemicals and other environmental toxins.  However, alteratives also eliminate […]