Learn About Health From Your Garden

Healthy Plants don’t get disease. The same goes for the Human Body.

Healthy soil feeds the plants. Just like the body, if the plants get the right nutrients, they will be able to fight off any disease.  When you treat a disease with a chemical, you may kill the disease, but the underlying condition that created the weakness, allowing the disease, is most likely still present. It will just manifest itself as another disease or symptom.

When you create health through nutrition, the plant will become strong and its immune system, which is more capable and nuanced at fighting disease than any chemical, will eliminate the disease naturally. The plant is now using the disease-fighting mechanism that Mother Nature gave it and that science cannot recreate artificially.

Don’t forget that using chemicals comes with many health hazards for you, the microorganisms in the soil, and the wildlife. Microorganisms in the soil, in the human body and in all of life are so very critical for health.

Why are the good bacteria important?

* Healthy bacteria are essential for any type of immune system to be strong and fight off disease and infection.

* Healthy bacteria are essential for delivering life sustaining nutrients to all forms of life, including our horticulture.

* Healthy bacteria are the first step to absorbing essential nutrients.

* Healthy bacteria aid in the defense of pests and fungal attacks without the use of any chemicals.

An organic, biodynamic plant food preparation, cultured or fermented to contain microorganisms, is wonderful for restoring the nutrients in the soil and feeding the earthworms that help keep the soil healthy.

How can we keep our bodies healthy??

  • Eat a Healthy meals and snacks
  • Drink at Least 8 Glasses of Water daily
  • Take a Good Quality Multiple Vitamin/Mineral
  • Connect with Other People
  • Express Your Emotions Appropriately
  • Eat Fruits and Vegetables & fermented/cultured foods
  • Spend at Least 30 Minutes Outdoors daily
  • Do Something Physically Active daily
  • Take Some Quiet Time for Yourself
  • Keep Regular Sleep Hours
  • Take a pro-biotic


Nature provides the tools we need. Trust your intuition.

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