Health Improvement Recipes

Ant Repellent

  • Ant Repellent Spray 50% white distilled vinegar on counter tops, window sills and shelves and wipe, leaving residue. Start early in spring before they arrive, because it takes a few weeks to rid yourself of them once they are established. If you......More

Carpet Cleaner

  • Carpet Cleaner Whether you rent a machine or have a cleaning service, don’t use the carpet shampoo they want to sell, even if they “guarantee” that it is all natural and safe. Instead add these to a bucket (about four gallons) of water and use it as the......More

Floor Cleaner

  • Floor Cleaner Use washing soda from the grocery store. You may add borax and boric acid (to deter insects except ants). Use white distilled vinegar in your rinse water for a natural shine and ant repellent. Do not add bleach to this. For the bathroom floor use......More

Flower and Foliage Spray

  • Flower and Foliage Spray Food-grade hydrogen peroxide. See instructions on bottle. ...More

Furniture Duster and Window Cleaner

  • Furniture Duster and Window... Mix equal parts white distilled vinegar and water. Put it in aspray bottle. ...More

Furniture Polish

  • Furniture Polish A few drops of olive oil on a dampened cloth. Use filtered water to dampen. ...More

Half And Half

  • Half And Half Mix equal parts whipping cream and milk or water. Boil and chill. ...More

Homemade Soap

  • Homemade Soap A small plastic dishpan, about 10” x 12” A glass or enamel 2-quart sauce pan 1 can of lye (sodium hydroxide), 12 ounces 3 pounds of lard (BHT and BHA are OK here) Plastic gloves Water 1. Pour 3 cups of very cold water (refrigerate water overnight......More

Insect Killer

  • Insect Killer Boric acid powder (not borax). Throw liberal amounts behind stove, refrigerator, under carpets and in carpets. Since boric acid is white, you must be careful not to mistake it for sugar accidentally. Keep it far away from food and out......More

Liquid Soap

  • Liquid Soap Make chips from your homemade soap cake. Add enough hotwater to dissolve. Add citric acid to balance the pH (7 to 8). If you do not, this soap may be too harsh for your skin. ...More

Moth Balls

  • Moth Balls I found this recipe in an old recipe book. Mix the following and scatter in trunks and bags containing furs and woolens: ½ lb. each rosemary and mint, ¼ lb. each tansy and thyme, 2 tbs. powdered cloves. ...More

Seven Day Sample Menu

  • Seven Day Sample Menu Because processed foods have many toxins, you must cook as much from scratch as possible. So for convenience sake, keep your meals simple in preparation. You may want to prepare ahead and refrigerate your dressings and toppings. Or you could make......More

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