Ok . . . most people realize that Monsanto and their pesticide-producing buddies are killing us. That’s obvious to anyone with an IQ over 40, but how’s a guy supposed to eat a proper fruit and veggie diet when everything he buys is swimming in pesticides. . . . go organic?
Then what do we do about the chemtrails? (that are finally being acknowledged by Big Brother Dumb Butt) . . . They lay a nice covering of aluminum sulfate as well as other nasty stuff all over everything.
How about we grow our own veggies hydroponically in a greenhouse? Probably the best idea, but we’d need a clean water source and a lot of work and dedication to bring forth our highly limited crop. . . Anyway, you can see the dilemma.
As an answer to those questions, I’ve started a medicinal mushroom garden because Turkey Tail Polypore ( Trametes Versicolor) mushroom is a great immunity builder and cancer curer. I can, at least, by producing tincture and tonic, use the mushroom to help build up my immune system in order to counteract the effects of our countries food manipulating insanity.
We all must remember . . . THESE PEOPLE are not in the business of helping US . . . they are in the business of making a profit. WE MUST BE RESPONSIBLE AND CARE FOR OURSELVES! Those people are poisoning themselves also . . . now if that ain’t a dumb ass move I’ve never seen one.
Look into it, discover for yourself what will work best for you and yours . . . if not you might as well go out and get a bag of Twinkies and eat yourself into an early grave. Survival of the fittest is about to cancel your stay . . . anyway.
Below is part of my mushroom garden. As you can see it is quite easy to get started. I took all the wood from my wood pile that was covered in mycelium and set the cuts on end. That’s it, I have four or five other gardens like this on my property as well. When the mushrooms grow out on the logs I cut them off, dry them, make tincture or tonic and sometimes consume them as tea. With a little raw honey, they are quite tasty.
I plan on having more than I need after the first crop so I may have some for sale. They sell on the open market for about 50.00 + shipping, a pound, I will want 35.00 + shipping. They will come dried and chopped into small chunks. There will be directions for making tincture, tonic, tea.
Grape crops with pesticide residue. http://bit.ly/2n9QWrQ Routine use of pesticides and insecticides in the agricultural industry is often portrayed as not only acceptable, but necessary in order to maintain high production standards. The use of these products is harmful to the environment, depletes topsoil, destabilizes the ecosystem, pollutes groundwater and distributes carcinogenic, poisonous chemicals for…