Nurse Oasis and The Grow Network


We’ve saved a few really outstanding presentations for our last day together, so I really hope you enjoy them.

And don’t forget…  If you’re joining us late, you can click here to rewind the entire Summit and watch from the beginning with a lifetime pass.

Marjory Wildcraft is the founder of The [Grow] Network, which is an online community that recognizes the wisdom of “homegrown food on every table.” Marjory has been featured as an expert on sustainable living by National Geographic. She is a speaker at Mother Earth News fairs and a returning guest on Coast to Coast AM. She is the author of several books, but is best-known for her “Grow Your Own Groceries” video series, which is used by more than 300,000 homesteaders, survivalists, universities, and misIts time for our very popular Encore Days at the Home Medicine Summit!

Monday and Tuesday your audience will have the opportunity to re-watch the most popular presentations from this Summit!

The Encore Days presenters will include:

•  Mike Adams – Food Forensics
•  Sayer Ji – Protecting Your Heart Health
•  David Goodman –  Spring Gardens From Scratch
•  Eric Zielinski – Yes, Cannabis!
•  Patrick Jones – Making Herbal Medicine
•  Ronnie Cummins – Regenerative Agriculture
•  Lori Rose –  The Taste of Herbs
•  Stacey Murphy – Using Statistics to Improve Yields
sionary organizations around the world.



Just 24 hours to go … this starts Monday at 9 a.m. CST
Hi Heath Lovers!
Just 24 hours to go…
Registration is open and FREE tickets are still available for Marjory Wildcraft’s first ever:
Home Medicine Summit 2018

Marjory has gathered 46+ experts who promise to set you free of drugstores by showing you how to be NATURALLY healthy… for pennies on the dollar.
The speaker lineup includes big names like:
Mike Adams, Ronnie Cummins, Sally Fallon, Sayer Ji, Nick Polizzi, Melinda Meyer, Joel Salatin, Eric Zielinski, Howard Garrett, Justin Rhodes, Paul Wheaton…
… Just to name a few!

If this will be your first time attending an online summit, you should know:
It’s a 100% online event, FREE for you to attend.
It kicks off in less than 24 hours
On Monday, May 14th at 9 a.m. CT
And it will run 24 hours a day,
for 7 full days with 2 encore days.
There will be over 55 hours of video presentations for you to enjoy, covering topics that include:
• The Big Organic Rip Off: why it’s not as healthy as you think!

• Making your own probiotics–CHEAP + EASY!

• 100% NATURAL remedies for stress, anxiety, and depression. (Safe alternatives to prescription medications.)

• How to save $1000s in funeral costs.

• How to make your own miraculous CBD “hemp oil” … and use it as medicine, without getting high!

• Foods that are BETTER than anti-inflammatory drugs!

• Is Turmeric actually DANGEROUS to consume? What nobody is telling you…

• Why perimeter shopping at the grocery store isn’t a good strategy any more.

• The power of saying “no” … and how to do it!
… And that’s just the beginning!
But I must warn you:
Even though this event takes place 100% online, so you can watch it all from home…
And it’s completely free for you to attend…
You MUST register + reserve your seat here:
Register & Get Your FREE Ticket Here
Because only registered attendees will get the complete schedule, with instructions for watching!
So don’t wait and miss out…

P.S. Before you email me about this …
… Yes, Marjory is promising to make recordings of the entire event available for purchase.
(The videos, MP3s, and transcripts.)
But her pre-sale discount ENDS TOMORROW (Monday) at 9 p.m. CT.
So if you have schedule conflicts, and you can’t watch it this week, you can grab the recordings and watch it on your own schedule.
You’re not obligated to make this purchase.
Because again, this 100% online event is FREE to attend.
But not everyone has 55+ hours to watch during the week.
So the recordings ensure you won’t miss it.
Again – register & get all the details here.

Your Health is all about 100% natural first, before diving into dangerous medication. We invite you to our favorite peeps. You will want to know everything there is to know about TGN or The Grow Network which is all about gardening your problems away, besides many other medicinal topics we will share on this website.

Just this week, we received a call from farmers that want to get the word out about healthy living. Look for more information on this great merge and find out even more information on what you can do to live a healthy life with your little garden. See you there! Sign up for our Newsletter or RSS feed for more information on this important transaction happening soon! Make it a healthy and relaxing day, any way you can. We know it’s hard. But keep coming back for some more great information you need to know.
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Cultivating began freely in various parts of the world, as seeker gatherer social orders changed to nourishment generation instead of, sustenance catch. It might have begun around 12,000 years prior with the taming of animals in the Fertile Crescent in western Asia, destined to be trailed by the development of yields. Present day units have a tendency to work in the harvests or domesticated animals most appropriate to the district, with their completed items being sold for the retail advertise or for additionally preparing, with cultivate items being exchanged the world over.

As people became hunters and gatherers, crops became wealth. Present day cultivates in created nations are profoundly motorized. In the United States, domesticated animals might be raised on range land and completed in feedlots and the automation of harvest generation has achieved an extraordinary abatement in the quantity of agrarian specialists required. In Europe, customary family cultivates are offering approach to bigger creation units. In Australia, a few homesteads are expansive in light of the fact that the land can’t bolster a high stocking thickness of animals on account of climatic conditions. In less created nations, little ranches are the standard, and the dominant part of provincial inhabitants are subsistence agriculturists, bolstering their families and offering any surplus items in the nearby market with fish farms.