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I don’t normally promote Deep Roots at Home, but today I’m using the opportunity during a short hiatus. I’ll be taking a blogging-break for one week.

A surprising number of readers have commented that there’s much to learn from – or be encouraged by – on Deep Roots at Home (which makes me very happy), but it won’t be easily found unless one digs into the archives. I’m told I need a better way of letting people know what’s here, so in October you might see a whole new look!
So! I don't normally promote Deep Roots at Home, but today I'm using the opportunity during a short hiatus. I'll be taking a blogging-break for one week.
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Thank you, Jacqueline. It is a beautifully written piece and encouraging. Preparing for the wedding and spending time with your family is most important. Enjoy! Perhaps when you return, you'd consider writing to moms of teens and those who are watching their adult children move on? God bless!

Annie Kate, thank you too for the post above. I'm off to read it now!
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"These miniature citrus trees can deliver a big dose of cheer to any sunny space. And it’s practically foolproof. I planted seeds this April, enjoyed watching them spring up in the windowsill, have forgotten to water them for 10 days at a time, and 6 months later my little lemon tree forest is luxuriously green and smells fantastic. Best of all, they bear the exciting possibility of fruit!"
Typically, a lemon tree flourishes outdoors year-round in hot, sunny regions, but they can also thrive indoors as edible houseplants in cold-season climates.
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As a homeschooler twenty years ago, I was interested to see the new selections assuming that they would live up to very high standards of 60 years ago. My book-loving friends and I didn’t question the American Library Association (ALA) “experts”. We were almost too busy to see the sharp decline in wholesome adventure and mental food to inspire a young heart to courageous living. I trusted them and their yardstick for judging children’s literature – but not anymore.

However, bad is not for me to determine. It is for me to further awareness so conscientious parents can make wise choices.
Books Unhealthy For Children: Recent Newbery, Caldecott & YA Earlier this year, the American Library Association’s list of 2015 Book and Media Awards winners was proclaimed at the Newbery-Caldecott-Wilder banquet, creating quite a commotion in children’s lit circles. As a homeschooler twenty … Continue reading →
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 My book-loving friends and I didn’t question the American Library Association (ALA) “experts”. We were almost too busy to see the sharp decline in wholesome adventure and mental food to inspire a young heart to courageous living. I trusted them and their yardstick for judging children’s literature – but not anymore.

However, bad is not for me to determine. It is for me to further awareness so conscientious parents can make wise choices.
Books Unhealthy For Children: Recent Newbery, Caldecott & YA Earlier this year, the American Library Association’s list of 2015 Book and Media Awards winners was proclaimed at the Newbery-Caldecott-Wilder banquet, creating quite a commotion in children’s lit circles. As a homeschooler twenty … Continue reading →
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"Last post, I showed Evidence that Turmeric Beats Prozac, Ibuprofen, and More: such as Lipitor, corticosteroids, Metformin, and a whole host of other anti-inflammatory drugs….all with no-side-effects.
Traditionally turmeric is used in curries in India where there are much lower rates of cancer, Alzheimer’s, and other chronic diseases than in the West. 
So, many are asking, “How do I take it and how much?” 
So here is an easy-to-prepare Golden Paste recipe, plus 7 different ways to use it in food. Also, some thoughts on dosage.
And don’t miss the scientific reason black pepper is added to make turmeric highly bio-available. Amazing how thousands of years ago they figured that out without double blind trials!" :)
~Jacqueline
Turmeric Golden Paste is traditionally used in India where they have much lower rates of cancer and Alzheimer's than in the West. It remains widely used today.
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That looks amazing!  Thanks for the tips!
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"While I’ve used Turmeric for 8 years with happy results (no pun intended) for its anti-inflammatory effects and truly amazing Alzheimer-prevention powers, I did not realize that it was also a painkiller and natural mood elevator of the first order!

Consider the fact that turmeric grows freely on earth and is available inexpensively to all, and you will understand why its very existence threatens billions of dollars in pharmaceutical industry revenue. Equipped with knowledge, consumers have the potential to undermine their goal of drugging America and the world."
http://www.deeprootsathome.com/evidence-no-side-effect-turmeric-beats-prozac-ibuprofen-more/
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Oh yes!!! We take it for that too! My grandmother died with Alzheimer's and my mom went on a hint to find things to take to prevent it. Turmeric and good oils were at the top of the list. We just got 2 lbs in the mail today! Off to make pills...!
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"Does your child have focusing, sensory, or behavioral issues? Do you have a child who appears to have to work very hard to stay focused on a task? Does he instantly stop working as soon as you leave the room? Does it take him a long time to complete his work? Does he seem lazy or unmotivated? If these statements describe your child there is HOPE. Your child may be suffering from a low level of serotonin.
Diane Craft has some common sense advice which might be surprising to you. Not all of these kids need to be medicated!"
Behavioral issues encompass many things: mood swings, spaciness, anger/irritability, inattention, depression, memory problems, and inappropriate behavior.
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Doppler will likely pick up that lovely lub-dub of your baby’s heartbeat at 12 weeks, but those flutterings of life known as the “quickening” won’t be felt by most Mamas until somewhere into the fourth month. Until then, buried deep within the protective cushioning of your womb, your tiny he or she could dance a jig and you’d feel neither a stomp nor a hop.
Scientific studies are in effect defending what our faith had already told us: that the life in the womb is indeed a human life, with the same qualities that make us consider our own lives sacred—a beating heart, brain function, childish play, and sensitivity to pain being just a few of them. And so we believe that a child’s life is a gift from God and worthy of protection and care.
Via ultrasound, we can witness babies thumb-sucking, yawning, sneezing, hiccuping. Study of life in the uterus has demonstrated that babies also dream.
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As technology devises ever more sophisticated ways for us to study the child in the womb, it’s getting more difficult for the abortion movement to argue in favor of snuffing out a child’s life. And who would want to argue in favor of deliberately causing the child pain on top of that?

What we’re speaking of here is no less than the humanity of the fetus, and these discoveries are making the subject harder and harder to avoid.
Via ultrasound, we can witness babies thumb-sucking, yawning, sneezing, hiccuping. Study of life in the uterus has demonstrated that babies also dream.
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It might seem odd at first that developing babes would play in the womb, but if you think about it, it isn’t so odd at all.
Via ultrasound, we can witness babies thumb-sucking, yawning, sneezing, hiccuping. Study of life in the uterus has demonstrated that babies also dream.
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Those are amazing!  
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"Last post, I showed Evidence that Turmeric Beats Prozac, Ibuprofen, and More: such as Lipitor, corticosteroids, Metformin, and a whole host of other anti-inflammatory drugs….all with no-side-effects.
Traditionally turmeric is used in curries in India where there are much lower rates of cancer, Alzheimer’s, and other chronic diseases than in the West. 
So, many are asking, “How do I take it and how much?”
Below is an easy-to-prepare Golden Paste recipe, plus 7 different ways to use it in food. Also, some thoughts on dosage.
And don’t miss the scientific reason black pepper is added to make turmeric highly bio-available. Amazing how thousands of years ago they figured that out without double blind trials"  :)
Turmeric Golden Paste is traditionally used in India where they have much lower rates of cancer and Alzheimer's than in the West. It remains widely used today.
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Annie Kate, I never ceased to be amazed about the good benefits the Lord has for us! Hope you are well, sweet friend :)
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"While I’ve used Turmeric for 8 years with happy results (no pun intended) for its anti-inflammatory effects and truly amazing Alzheimer-prevention powers, I did not realize that it was also a painkiller and natural mood elevator of the first order!

Consider the fact that turmeric grows freely on earth and is available inexpensively to all, and you will understand why its very existence threatens billions of dollars in pharmaceutical industry revenue. Equipped with knowledge, consumers have the potential to undermine their goal of drugging America and the world."
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