Parasitic Infections : And 2 Natural & Effective Treatments

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Tapeworm Tapeworm

Parasites: roundworms, heartworms, tapeworms, pinworms, hookworms and threadworms. I am already grossed out! Okay, here’s the deal. We’re homesteaders and livestock get parasites or worms. Chemical dewormers are harsh and have significant side effects such as seizures. I know, what!?! Yes, chemical dewormers are harsh things. The worms must go, so how to do it without poisoning everything in sight? There are highly effective natural deworming treatments.

What is even scarier… Okay… Here it comes! You probably have parasites too! EWWWW! Yes, I agree. If you have had sushi, medium-rare beef, any number of things… you most likely have parasites. On to the treatments which are painless, thank God!

Human Daily Treatment for 14 Days

About 99.9% Effective – But a Contraceptive
500 mg Black Walnut Hulls
475 mg Neem Leaves
1 tbsp Diatomaceous Earth (food grade)


About 85.9% Effective – Safe Before and During Pregnancy
450 mg…

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One Ingredient Tooth Powder

Do it yourself

Marley Justine

Today’s DIY is an inexpensive and natural alternative to conventional toothpastes, which we know can contain potentially dangerous ingredients. And here’s the best part, it only has one ingredient – baking soda.

One Ingredient Tooth Powder

This one ingredient tooth powder could not be easier. You can either transfer a few tablespoons of baking soda into a small airtight container and simply dip your damp toothbrush into the container, or you can use a clean, dry measuring spoon (1tsp is plenty) or even clean, dry fingers to transfer baking soda to your damp toothbrush. Whatever you do, avoid dipping your damp toothbrush directly into a box of baking soda as it will start to clump, not to mention, it’s not very hygienic.  Once you have the baking soda on your toothbrush, simply brush your teeth.

While I no longer notice the taste or texture when I use baking soda to brush my teeth…

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FEATURED POST: Depression Is Not Beautiful

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The Pen Hustle With Brandy Cavalli

Written by marjramos– I get sucked under the waves of varying ferocity with no sense of direction. I don’t want help and I refuse to get better. Every waking day, it occurs to me that I don’t want to leave. My damaged body fights a long battle against my mind, both telling me different things.

My friends and family see the problem, but I don’t. I look at the endless empty boxes of takeout, or I clean up after purging, or bandage bleeding wounds, but I see this as normal – I’ve never known anything else. It eludes from the change I desire to have; I’m doing fine on my own, ain’t I?

I hit a solid wall when I try to get a clear understanding of anything, so I stop trying. I am reminded daily of my flaws, reciting them to myself under my breath, hiding the words with…

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