Native Woman Falsely Arrested & Tossed Naked in Jail

Native Woman Falsely Arrested & Tossed Naked in Jail


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5 Energizing Citrus for Skin and Hair


Mother Earth Living Natural Beauty
Personal Care Products 5 Energizing Citrus for Skin and Hair The high vitamin content and uplifting scent of citrus make it a popular cosmetic ingredient. Find out how to include it in your beauty routine.

Get beauty recipes with grapefruit, lemon and more.

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Toothpaste and Toothbrush

Uplifting Massage Oil

The essential oils from citrus peels can lift your spirits. Perk yourself up with this citrus massage oil.

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Gentle Herbal Shampoo

Try this natural, great-smelling shampoo, which includes orange peel, grapefruit essential oil and rosemary.

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Oils and Flowers

Citrus Liquid Hand Soap

This liquid soap is a great addition to your kitchen or bathroom to eliminate odors and keep hands germ-free.

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Orange Mint Lip Balm

Keep your lips moisturized with this soothing lip balm, featuring honey, almond oil, orange and peppermint.

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Another Group Looking For Green Answers / How We Are Drawn To Answers By Law Of Attraction

The June issue of The Science Behind Law of Attraction Magazine features articles written by Kimberly and Foster. Both articles dive into our individual perspectives regarding the power of aligning grounded and unconflicted action with clear intentions to bring about true change.

We invite you to have a look.



Toward a thriving world,

Kimberly, Foster and The THRIVE Team 




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How to Grow Organic Strawberries Year-Round Indoors

How to Grow Organic Strawberries Year-Round Indoors.

How To Grow Pineberries


How To Grow Pineberries

Written by Tammy on November 1, 2013. Posted in How To

Growing Pineberries

Pineberries are everbearing strawberries. This means that you will have an almost continual supply of fruit. However, it’s been noted that they will stop bearing if the heat index soars. If you’re going to grow them outdoors, its something to be aware of, as is the need to mulch the crowns with straw or grass clippings for winter to protect them from excessive temperatures.

Indoors you can use traditional container growing methods, but do be sure you have good drainage as strawberry plants are notorious for root and crown rot in conditions that are too wet. If you discover belatedly that you’ve erred in gauging the potting mix’s drainage capacities, you might still be able to save the crop. One time I ordered strawberry starts and they arrive long before it was safe to plant outdoors. Then they got forgotten in the back of the refrigerator, and by the time I found them they were rotting and growing mold. I decided to plant them anyway… the worst that could happen was absolutely nothing. Guess what – they grew. Amazingly, even the biggest mistakes are sometimes correctable.

You can use hydroponic and aeroponic methods to grow strawberries, so pineberries are the perfect crop for a tower or vertical garden. They are low growing plants whose fruit hangs down, making them a great choice for growing overhead too.

Meyer Lemon Trees Basics / Citrus Fertilizer / Be a Grafted Tree


Basics of Meyer Lemon Growing

Meyer lemon tree care includes finding the right location for your tree. Whether grown in a container or planted in the ground, Meyer lemon growing requires at least six hours of sunlight. In the hottest summer areas, morning sun and afternoon shade is best for growing Meyer lemons.

Start with a healthy tree, grafted onto a hardy rootstock. Seed grown trees are often unhealthy and may not reach the point of flowering or producing fruit.

Soil conditions when growing these lemons should be well-draining; however, the soil must hold enough water to remain moist. Allow soil to dry out only slightly between waterings.

Fertilize regularly when growing Meyer lemons. A high nitrogen fertilizer, such as one designed for citrus trees, is best fed monthly between April and September. Withhold fertilizer during autumn and winter months. Yellowing leaves indicate the need for either water or fertilizer.

Prune lemon fruit clusters to one or two fruits when the little lemons are marble sized. Pruning before fruit develops, removing all but one bud in a cluster, is also an effective way to grow larger lemons.