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If you are looking for a community of people focused on modern self-sufficient living, this website is terrific.
Lew and I have benefitted multiple times through purchases where all the natural ingredients are individually packaged and you are the mixologist. For example, as I am aging, the thought came to me, “What happens when I am no longer able to transfer from my chair to the dentists chair for dental hygiene and dental work?” So, I went to Marjory Wildcraft’s site and found her $30 DIY Tooth Powder Kit (2 oz. Bentonite Clay, Charcoal, Baking Soda, Peppermint Oil, Bamboo Toothbrush with charcoal infused bristles) I have this gap in my front teeth that usually gets a good amount of plaque build up behind it and since using this kit, it no longer happens. I can’t wait to go to my dental hygenist appt. first week of April. I’ll keep you posted.
We also found an excellant DIY Comfrey Salve Kit (the Comfrey flower is a stand-alone herb with amazing wound-healing, anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial, and antifungal properties) and her DYI Elderberry Cough Syrup Kit.
So many resources to be found here. Be sure to bookmark The Grow Network.
Are you tired of your money going to WOKE companies whose values and ideals do not support yours?
When our two year contract was up last November with Verizon, we made the switch to Patriot Mobile, and with a veteran discount of 10%, dropped our phone bill by $70. No exaggeration. The process was simple. Patriot Mobile sent a new SIM card in the mail, we had a few back and forths with Verizon to unlock something, and we were good to go! They do have a Referral Rewards Program, so please use Nannette Oatley Johnson should you make the switch. 🙂
I used to question when my youngest son Jett was together with his girlfriend, Sunshine, and they would boycott some local stores in town and other venues, and think that was just their thing. Now I am the one boycotting big companies and supporting businesses whose values I share. Speaking of values, since I mentioned my youngest son, let me give a shout out to my oldest son, Grant, and his business parter, Jesse, who own Founding Father’s Collective downtown at 218 N Granite St.
It’s AMAZING, if I don’t say so myself.