An attempt to stem the tide of genocide disguised as food and medicine.

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Mosquito repellent extraordinaire. Gentle alternative to wormwood. disinfectant tea

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with honey and cinnamon as jam. Flies, drinks, cooking.

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Eat, jam. Easy grower.

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This is an old Cape remedy for all sorts. Of great value in birds' drinking water.

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All the promises the beauty industry make about Aloe Vera, are understated.

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Good fodder for many animals, including Dragons

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This plant is in the Eat-the-Weeds category. Available for free on a roadside near you.

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Eat it, boil it, preserve it. Biblical.

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This is available through most of the growing season.

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This is a useful tree to have around

 

 

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Good fodder, also for bees. The greens can be used as spinach.

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Good for ladies' tea and a bitter tonic

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This really is where Granma got her horrid medicine from.

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This family of poisonous weeds were introduced as decorative shrubs.

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Bitter and fencing

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This herb has fallen into disrepute, or is that new-found fame?

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Fodder for man beast bird and salad too

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This is the Echinacea tea they sell for immune protection. It works.

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The best fries ever. Ever.

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Valuable bitter tea for stomach and cacexia

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We are not talking about GMO Frankenfood here...

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As close to extra-terrestrial as it gets around here.

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The Tree of the Evil Eagle. Really, it is.

The Greenpets Triad of Hope:

NATURAL REARING

NATURAL LIVING

NATURALLY RAW!

Our first concern should be to clean up our poisoned landscape to protect our children. Only by living that philosophy is anyone likely to try hard at it. For us it could be too late, but we can minimise existing damage and limit further corruption of our living organism selves.

A licensed health practitioner would sell advice and nostrums on a page like this. We can't, but here are the things we use. If you find some reason to grow your own, or learn to make something, you may find a few useful bits of information here. Not well populated yet, we do more on our knees in the mud than we talk about it sitting down.

Dani and her Nikon looking at the world.

Purpose-built and innovative helpful structures

Somewhere in the Multiverse, our President is not just a corporate figurehead, and our politics do not revolve around the  decimation of humankind, and nobody gets wet dreams about enslaving our children. Occasionally, a scrap of information, a news item, a strange tale of honest policemen and politicians not for hire, sometimes we get to hear some news about elected officials working for the people that voted for them as well as those who did not, sometimes we hear tales of humanity and goodness. This is the page where we intend to collect them...

Every living thing is in an environment it shares with other organisms. Every living thing is an environment shared by other organisms.

The principles of conforming the diet to the digestive characteristics of man, animal and plant alike.

Our animals, your animals and all the things that makes life better for animals.

Everything we know about Dragons that might be useful to someone else.

Not those weird feathered flu-taxis that grow to slaughter weight in four weeks. Real chickens, free chickens that came dear.

The ultimate bug-out vehicle. Off-road, in water, and it can love you back. Also, they fart less than any SUV.

What life tortoise about snailosauruses

Keeping, Feeding and Breeding Budgies in Gauteng

Keeping, training, Feeding, Breeding cats in Gauteng

Gardening without modern poisons is a challenge, and understanding the lifecycle of your enemies takes some observation. This blog will eventually catalogue our attempts at poison-free farming for Naturally RAW! food.

the GREENPETS attempt at avoiding, voiding and overcoming the poisoned food chain.

The list of herbs at Greenpets. Identification and Propagation or at least how to keep it alive in Gauteng.

Right or wrong, good or bad, we have to eat. Everyone has to eat, and we are what we eat. Commentary and suggestions on important nutritional news.

The art of brewing, distilling and hydration of the body with the products thereof.