Growing Greens and Micro-greens Indoors

With the price of food rising and availability dicey, boosting food production in any way possible can only help. There’s nothing cheaper or more available than the food you grow yourself! Both greens and micro-greens can be grown indoors, even in winter, even in an apartment. This article will tell you how! How to grow salad micro-greens Growing salad greens is the easiest of these two options, so we’ll tackle that first. If you’re already starting your own seeds, then you may have all of the equipment you need. A good, bright, south-facing window might be enough but grow lights will be better, especially if you live in a colder area. The winter sun’s light tends to be weaker than during summertime because of the Earth’s rotation and tilt of its axis. So in winter, when the tilt puts our windows a bit further from the sun, the light coming through them is weaker. Also, the winter cold will affect any plants you try to grow by a window. Therefore, grow lights (and possibly a heat mat) can help. You’ll also need trays or pots with some drainage, potting soil or other growing media, and

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Spreading The Principles Of Cellular Medicine To Tackle Malnourishment, Poor Health & Unemployment In Malawi

The Movement of Life Malawi project was launched in September 2020, after I was inspired by reading of the work done in Uganda and decided to start a campaign in my country through setting up a local NGO, the Emmanuel Foundation. I opted for a community-based project, giving home gardening demonstrations to promote good health through the growing of micronutrient-rich natural fruits, vegetables, and medicinal plants for domestic consumption, with the surpluses sold to help increase family incomes. The project involves choosing one family in each of several small communities, and teaching them the principles of Cellular Medicine and the importance of micronutrients in maintaining good health. The families are shown how to collect the seeds of fruits, vegetables, and medicinal plants that are capable of thriving in local conditions. They learn methods of nursery bedding and the gardening of plants, and ways to care for them by purely natural means, to raise chemical-free produce. In each village the help of the headman is sought, to choose the most vulnerable family. This is done in consultation with the district council office responsible for the social welfare of families. These families are malnourished, as they cannot afford to have a

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Fighting the COVID-19 pandemic by eliminating VAT on fruit and vegetables: Dutch government launches nationwide program to stimulate vitamin C consumption

The campaign launched in late 2021 by the Dutch government for a ‘fiscale vitamin-C-stimulans’ (a fiscal stimulus for vitamin C) is a significant political decision and a first step towards strengthening the immune systems of the Dutch people nationwide, a measure particularly vital for the most vulnerable sectors of society such as children and seniors. A natural way to end this pandemic For the past two years, the Dr. Rath Research Institute has been investigating science-based natural, effective, and safe strategies to end the current pandemic and prevent future ones. To share our findings and tools with the world, we have started a COVID-19 micronutrient public education campaign. Part of this entails writing to governments, including the Dutch government. We drew the attention of the Dutch government to the importance of making micronutrients – especially an optimum supply of vitamin C – part of a long-term public-health strategy. All of our public-health alerts focus on an optimum supply of micronutrients, and of vitamin C in particular, as an effective, safe, affordable, and readily available basis for a successful answer to the COVID-19 pandemic on a global scale. Vitamin C is a natural substance contained in varying amounts in fruits and

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Easy Shiitake and Lion’s Mane Mushroom Production

My mushroom cultivation experiments with shiitake and lion’s mane are proceeding apace, so I thought I’d write to update interested parties. In this article I’ll discussed what’s worked so far, what hasn’t worked, and how I plan to progress. Right now I’m growing shiitake and lion’s mane mushrooms. For one thing, as those of you who read my last article know, I’m not a big fan of lion’s mane. I don’t really like the taste, although I have been enjoying the lion’s mane tincture in my morning chai. The first flush of shiitake has been dried and will make a lovely Christmas gift to a friend who will properly love them. Many mushrooms have a long list of health benefits. They’re antioxidants and contain a number of micronutrients, including selenium, potassium, riboflavin, niacin, vitamin D, proteins, and fiber. They’re cholesterol-free. According to this article from the National Institute of Health, they also possess these properties: “Many nutraceutical properties are described in mushrooms, such as prevention or treatment of Parkinson, Alzheimer, hypertension, and high risk of stroke. They are also utilized to reduce the likelihood of cancer invasion and metastasis due to anti-tumoral attributes. Mushrooms act as antibacterial, immune system enhancer

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Old-Fashioned Pest Management: A Skill You’d Better Learn Fast

By Jayne Rising Old-fashioned pest management is yet another topic that is going to prove vital knowledge in the very near future. With supply chain disruptions causing shortages in everything … Read the rest The post Old-Fashioned Pest Management: A Skill You’d Better Learn Fast appeared first on The Organic Prepper.

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Cellular Medicine Recipe Book

This is a recipe book with a difference! Originally designed for use in Africa as part of our groundbreaking Movement of Life project, the ingredients used in these recipes have been carefully chosen on the basis of scientific studies showing that the micronutrients they contain can prevent or control specific chronic diseases. Make these recipes part of your regular diet and you will soon see improvements in your overall health, including your physical and mental energy levels! Author information

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Planting The Seeds Of Change

The United Nations (UN) recently reported that there was a dramatic worsening of world hunger in 2020. Suggesting that much of this is likely related to the fallout of COVID-19, it estimates that around a tenth of the global population – up to 811 million people – were undernourished last year. With more than half of these people living in Asia and over a third in Africa, the UN warns that the world is at a critical juncture. But as an inspiring new video released by our Movement of Life team in Uganda this week demonstrates, an innovative solution to global hunger and malnutrition is already at hand. The growing prevalence of hunger and malnutrition has major implications for global health. This is because a lack of food results in chronic deficiencies of essential micronutrients. Over the past couple of decades, Dr. Matthias Rath’s groundbreaking Cellular Medicine research has revealed that such deficiencies are the primary cause of chronic diseases, as well as being the major contributing factor to compromised immunity. Based on this scientific knowledge, if the increasing worldwide incidence of chronic diseases is to be reversed, and future viral pandemics averted, then a viable strategy that optimizes the

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China Says Samples Of Imported Salmon Tested Positive For COVID-19

We’ve been paying close attention to Chinese propaganda since the beginning of the coronavirus outbreak, and six months in now,

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Pizza Hut’s Largest American Franchisee Files For Bankruptcy Due To Coronavirus

from Silver Doctors: Pizza chains still face challenges from the pandemic. Even if their lead in the delivery business helped

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THE ZOONOTIC THREAT: Into the Smart Cities With You! The “Biodiversity” Lie & Agenda 2030

The UN seeks to remove humans from 30% of land and inland water, and considers this “even more important than

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