After a winter of feasting on the abundance of our stored harvest, there comes a time in mid March where the body goes full-on into craving fresh leafy greens in abundance. The winter high tunnel has but meager offerings left (especially after this particularly long winter) and the promise of the year’s salad garden lies too many weeks away.  This is when I start counting the days to dandelion harvest. Spring is the perfect ti...

Every day, our bodies are working hard to stay on top of the process of internal housekeeping. Just as in our lives, we need to stay on top of the never-ending cycle of washing the dishes, doing the laundry and sweeping the floor, our body too goes through daily this routine.

We deal with toxins that have their origins both from within the body and from the environment around us  - be it the air we breath, the water we drink an...

If our body's metabolism works efficiently and we are not overburdened with toxic exposure or a disrupted microbiome we can stay on top of the daily process of elimination through the normal routes of elimination: the lungs, skin, kidneys, liver and bowels. Many of us however, especially those whose health has tanked, who have had more severe toxic exposure, or who have genetic predispositions that make it more challenging to...

 Across cultures and across the world, clay has been prized for its healing properties.  Some types of clay are food grade and may be taken internally. Most clays are used externally.  Use the highest quality clay you can get your hands on. Keep in mind that clay absorbs toxins, so you want to be careful from where you source it.

Clay is usually available in powdered form. To use, mix the powder with a small amo...

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