9 Home Remedies To Help Soothe & Heal Minor Burns

9 Home Remedies To Help Soothe & Heal Minor Burns

9 Home Remedies To Help Soothe & Heal Minor Burns   A burn is considered “minor” if only the top layers of skin are damaged. The area will probably be painful and red and, if not treated quickly, will develop painful blisters. These burns are referred to as first-degree burns …

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40 Amazing Uses for Rubbing Alcohol

40-Amazing-Uses-for-Rubbing-Alcohol

40 Amazing Uses for Rubbing Alcohol We’ve all got it, that bottle of rubbing alcohol in the medicine cabinet. Even the most inventive DIY types probably have a mere handful of uses for that bottle, be it rubbing on sore muscles or maybe treating a few odors around the house. …

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6 Projects to Keep Your House Warm All Winter

6 Projects to Keep Your House Warm All Winter

6 Projects to Keep Your House Warm All Winter Has Jack Frost paid a visit to your neighborhood? Has the outside temperatures turned the inside of your home into a winter wonderland? Has soaring heating bills taken your mood out of the Christmas spirit? For many people, that time of …

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30 ways you have never considered for using wood ash

30 ways you have never considered using wood ash

30 ways you have never considered using wood ash If you’ve got a fireplace or fire pit full of wood ashes and would like to find a more useful purpose for them than simply tossing them in the trash, read on! We’ve come across 30 great uses for ash you …

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How To Make Reusable Rice Heat Packs

How To Make Reusable Rice Heat Packs

How To Make Reusable Rice Heat Packs Winter is one cold season that no one longs for. The weather conditions are merciless, and everyone has to ensure that you are warm even when you are indoors. Exposure to extreme weather conditions can cause your body to freeze or even cause …

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How To Prepare Your Garden for Winter

How To Prepare Your Garden for Winter

How To Prepare Your Garden for Winter The term “Fall gardening” doesn’t mean sitting in a lawn chair and watching the stalks of your spent vegetable plants tip over. In fact, as the summer gardening season comes to a close, the work in your garden is far from over. The …

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12 Diuretic Foods To Lower Blood Pressure And Lose Weight

12 Diuretic Foods To Lower Blood Pressure And Lose Weight

12 Diuretic Foods To Lower Blood Pressure And Lose Weight Water retention is no joke. Anybody who has had swollen ankles or fingers knows how uncomfortable it can be. An adult human body is about 50-60 percent water on average. While you should have lots of water in your blood and …

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How to Make Your Own Charcoal At Home

How to Make Your Own Charcoal At Home Lump charcoal, which is made by burning pieces of wood until all the impurities are gone and only the coal remains, is an excellent choice for outdoor grilling. It’s expensive to buy lump charcoal at the store, but making your own is …

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Survival Tips – How To Find Water In The Wilderness

Survival Tips - How To Find Water In The Wilderness

Survival Tips – How To Find Water In The Wilderness You can survive about 3 weeks without food. However, you can die if you go for three days without water. So, imagine a situation where you are lost in a wilderness, like an unknown forest to you. Alternatively, let us assume …

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Backyard Herb: How To Harvest Dandelions And Use Them

How To Harvest Dandelions And Use Them

Backyard Herb: How To Harvest Dandelions And Use Them Most Americans think of dandelions as weeds when, in fact, they are a superfood growing in your own backyard. Every part of the plant can be used somehow, but the roots and leaves are most commonly harvested as herbs. Dandelion contains various …

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20 Imaginative Ways to Use Lavender Oil

20 Imaginative Ways to Use Lavender Oil

20 Imaginative Ways to Use Lavender Oil Lavender (lavandula angustifolia) is one of the most versatile herbs and incredibly efficacious as an essential oil. Its botanical name, Lavandula, comes from the Latin, lavare, which means “to wash.” It was probably named for its use cleaning wounds, washing linens, and in …

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50 Deer Resistant Plants

50 Deer Resistant Plants

50 Deer Resistant Plants Deer can be ruthless if they choose to attack your farm’s produce in our landscape. They would only need a few nights to finish ingesting all the leaves on a whole piece of land. People who live in areas where these animals are numerous have a …

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