Lotus Garden Newsletter for Homesteaders. 16th September 2020

in Natural Medicine4 days ago

I hope you enjoy what we've got for you today. There were some inspirational topics this week.

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Things happening in the community.

The latest @naturalmedicine challenge entries are due in by Saturday 19th September. Have you picked your questions out yet?


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Welcoming Newcomers

Welome to @donaroy who introduces herself on Hive as a lover nature and photography.

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Some highlights of the week

I love @homestead-guru's work and it was hard to choose between two of their posts this week. I've chosen to feature this fantastic one on safe foraging and wildcrafting, but highly recommend the enjoyable read on ladybirds too.

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I haven't have chance to finish listening to this, but felt it was a must to share for anyone considering or living an off-grid lifestyle.

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Well, @goldenoakfarm is giving us a lesson in resourcefulness and making the most of what you've got with this kousa, dogwood jam. It's a new experience for her and perhaps some things have been learnt for next year's harvest.

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Growing up my friend's mum always had rescue remedy on hand. I've never really considered how it was made , but recently it's been talked about much more frequently. @benavides54 discusses the ingredients of this remedy and how each flower in it works.

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Thank you for stopping by. This week's newsletter was brought to you by @minismallholding.


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Awesome curation @minismallholding!

I'm originally from the USA, Kentucky/Indiana to be exact, but never heard of that kousa fruit before, nor seen it. NM folks never cease to amaze me, I've learned so much from this community.

They make you realise how little you know, don't they! They're a real eyeopener

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What a fabulous little collection of beautiful posts. Thanks so much for all you do. ❤️❤️

Glad you enjoyed, that makes it worthwhile.

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Thank you so much @naturelover . I am very grateful for your support.

You're welcome. I'm glad you could drop by.

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Immensely grateful for taking my post into account, and allowing me to expand my knowledge of this wonderful gift that Mother Earth gives us through floral energy. Everything that can be said about the benefits that plants bring in all their facets on the physical plane and through their energy will never be enough. Thank you very much @naturalmedicine for your support.

Appreciate you sharing your knowledge.

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Thanks for the mention. Nice selection of posts. :))

You're welcome. Always appreciate you sharing your experience.

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Good photo

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I've never heard of dogwood, but I really enjoy @goldenoakfarm's post and can never figure out how she finds the time to do all she does! I must listen to that podcast too.

She's pretty amazing, isn't she! I've heard the mention of dogwood before, but for some radon imagined it as poisonous. I need to finish listening to the podcast too.