How to Make an Edible Water “Bottle”

Inhabitat's Yuka Yoneda shows you how to make an edible water "bottle" using the process of spherification. Inhabitat.com's article about the Ooho, an innovative new water "bottle" with an edible, zero-waste skin was so popular that they decided to try making their own. For a full list of the steps, head to this link: How to Make an Edible Water “Bottle” … [Read more...]

Strawberry Infused Vitamin Water

This hydrating and antioxidant infused-water boasts flavor and skin enhancing nutrients, not to mention a beautiful presentation! Enjoy this refreshing and seasonal anti-inflammatory drink! Ingredients  strawberries watermelon, cubed fresh rosemary course salt filtered water For Complete Recipe and Instructions click here:  Strawberry Infused Vitamin Water   … [Read more...]

How To Grow Buckets Full Of Blueberries

Do you love the taste and health benefits of blueberries?  Would you like a fruit crop that will produce well in a short amount of time and doesn’t require a lot of space (and can even be grown in a container)?  Have you tried growing blueberries and had poor results?  This post is for you!  Learn how to grow blueberries at home in your own backyard. Learn: Why you … [Read more...]

How To Start A No Fuss Vegetable Pallet Garden

This year I will be planting a large salad garden, and I thought it would be fun to grow my lettuce and other greens in pallets to change things up a bit in the backyard. All you really need to do a little pallet gardening is a wood pallet, some good soil and a few seeds. Using a wood pallet to start a garden can be a great space saver, plus as a bonus, there is no soil to … [Read more...]

How To Grow Cucamelons

Doll’s house-sized ‘watermelons’ that taste of pure cucumber with a tinge of lime. These little guys are officially the cutest food known to man & oh-so-easy to grow even for real beginners. Let me show you how to get started… These exotic fruits are simple to grow and delicious to eat! Click here to Learn: HOW TO GROW CUCAMELONS … [Read more...]

“Extreme” Levels of Roundup Detected in Food

Norwegian scientists just published a new study that will appear in the June issue of Food Technology showing high levels of glyphosate—the active weed-killing chemical in Roundup—are turning up in genetically engineered (GE) soy. That herbicide-laced soy winds up in thousands of nonorganic packaged foods and in animal feed for livestock like pigs, cows, chickens, and … [Read more...]

7 Foods that will help to lower your blood pressure

Did you know that 1 in 3 adults in the US have High Blood Pressure?  Did you know having high BP could have deadly consequences? High Blood Pressure – also commonly referred as the Silent killer – is the biggest cause of death in the USA (more than cancer, aids, car accidents…) today. Millions of people have HBP and they don’t even know about it. You as a matter of fact, … [Read more...]

How to Get More Turmeric in Your Diet Right Now

Ayurvedic medicine has utilized turmeric for thousands of years as an anti-inflammatory and antioxidant spice. The spice relieves swelling, pain, headaches, and wounds; essentially, it’s a “natural aspirin” because of its antibacterial properties. Turmeric is one of those key ingredients you simply need in any well-stocked, plant-based kitchen. It’s incredibly good for you and … [Read more...]

Why Vinegar and Baking Soda and Hydrogen Peroxide is as Effective as Bleach

Doing laundry is a task that we normal people would have to deal with. No matter how grueling this task may seem, we have to do it if we want clean and fresh smelling clothes. Bleaching agents may seem to be the practical aid in doing this chore but it’s not the only option we have. Bleaching agents contain numerous chemicals that are not eco-friendly and not safe to use. … [Read more...]

How to use Turmeric

If you have followed GreenMedInfo.com in the past you know how amazing turmeric is. But how do you use it? Ayurvedic teacher Vaidya Mishra teaches about its practical applications — how to use turmeric. He emphasizes that traditionally you don’t just take “two teaspoons a day” in isolation, rather, you combine it with other balancing food factors in formulas (recipes) that help … [Read more...]