Appalachian Roots~Mountain Medicine
~My ancestors carved a life deep in the mountains of central Tennessee...making their own music and finding natural health cures by the streams and in the woods and meadows~
Appalachian Roots~Mountain Medicine
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Primitive Sun Block Methods and Burn Remedies
Primitive Sun Block Methods and Burn Remedies by Pioneer Settler at pioneersettler.co...
Primitive Sun Block Methods and Burn Remedies - Pioneer Settler | Homesteading | Self Reliance | Recipes
herbal poison ivy remedy ingredients
Health Remedies, Herbal Remedies, Herbal Insects, Herbal Poisons, Poison Ivy Remedies, Diy Poisons, Poisons Ivy Remedies, Diy Herbal, Natural Poisons
herbal insect bite and poison ivy remedy ingredients
Natural poison ivy remedy
DIY Poison Ivy Remedy- Really instructional video, and written DIY to find these herbs in the wild, in the yard, or health store.
DIY herbal poison ivy remedy ingredients
DIY Poison Ivy Remedy - Mommypotamus
Wonderful photo! I don't even know where to begin to describe how this talks to me! I love her box of scraps. I love that he's sitting there so intent on what she's doing (do you think she's asked his opinion?). She could be my great-grandmother.//...do you think he's asleep? lol..actually most of 'the Gramps' of mine 'helped & watched!'..dr
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Unknown photographer.... wonderful photograph...
Vintage photo: Arranging her applique pieces.
An old photo of a woman laying her quilt pieces out on the porch...
Vintage photo. Woman laying out pieces for a quilt on her porch.
WHO and WHERE? She seems to be laying out pieces for a wool "penny rug", in the good light on the porch. Has a good box of scraps to work with.
unknown photographer.... woman laying out her quilt
Vintage - creating a folk art animal quilt (?).
One of poke’s many folk names is “cancer root,” and (like many other lymphatic herbs) it has a reputation as an old-time cancer remedy—especially for breast and skin cancers.
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Poke berries for thyroid stimulant poke root for adrenal stress
One of poke’s many folk names is “cancer root,” and (like many other lymphatic herbs) it has a reputation as an old-time cancer remedy—especially for breast and skin cancers. (poke root oil/salve/tinctures)
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Definitely a survival skill worth having:) How to make moonshine (or distilled water etc.)
Homestead Survival: How To Make Moonshine.
How To Make Moonshine | Sloshspot Blog (My notes: Avoid aluminum, solder for copper joints, use food grade plastic, sealed bubbler for mash.)
How To Make Moonshine, because you just might need a drink after shooting zombies all day.
Community Post: How To Make Moonshine
Appalachian People | Appalachian mountain people~ -
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Appalachian mountain man
Appalachian Music People...The Soul Meets The Strings...
♫♪ Music ♪♫ Black white photography Appalachian mountain people - There is so much character in this photo.
Appalachian mountain folk.
Mint plant: mint plants serve several useful functions. It contains menthol, which is an anesthetic. It's also a Source of antioxidants and minerals like potassium, calcium, iron, and magnesium. My nana used to give me a fresh mint gap to chew on when I had an upset stomach :)
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Mint plants serve several useful functions. It contains menthol, which is an anesthetic. It's also a source of antioxidants and minerals like potassium, calcium, iron, and magnesium and can be chewed to calm an upset stomach, In addition, it is really easy to grow. Just avoid it takes over your whole garden by planting it in a container or flower bed.
Vintage Gathering Wedding Flowers: Mint plant- can be perfect for a lovely smelling filler/foliage for your rustic bouquet
Herbs for your indoor or balcony garden.
Balcony Garden | Just Homemade
A fiddler and his possum...
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hipnerd63: Barney Barnwell and friend. http://www.moonshiners.com/
man playing fiddle with a possum on his shoulder
so, play me some mountain music....
The Homestead Survival | Poison Ivy Natural Remedy Recipe | Herbal Remedies & Homesteading
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Poison Ivy Natural Remedy Recipe | The Homestead Survival
Mary Foust was the daughter of Daniel Foust. She never left East Tennessee and lived to be around 100 years old. When President Teddy Roosevelt was visiting Tennessee she was considered the oldest living American at the time and he traveled to meet her and eat one of her home cooked meals. Mary was famous for living an unchanged lifestyle that was a living window into the past. Her loom is now in the "Museum of Appalachia" near where she once lived.
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David Foster | "Great Great Great Aunt Mary Foust, her dog Pen, and her loom" | Foust Hollow, Anderson County, Tennessee, U.S.A. | loom is now in the Museum of Appalachia
Mary Foust was the daughter of Daniel Foust. She never left East Tennessee and lived to be around 100 years old. When former President Teddy Roosevelt was visiting Tennessee she was considered the oldest living American at the time and he traveled to meet her and eat one of her home cooked meals. Sis and Coon were her children and her dog was named Pen. An American chestnut tree can be seen in the upper right hand corner of the photo. Mary was famous for living an unchanged lifestyle that was a living window into past. Mary was my grandmother's (Myrtle Foust) great aunt. She told the following story to me: " sometimes when I was a little girl I would take mail to Aunt Mary and her dog would chase me. Mary would scream out " here Pen, here Pen" and the dog would stop chasing me". Her loom is now in the "Museum of Appalachia" near where she once lived. My Great Great Grandfather (her brother), Christopher Columbus Foust Sr., raised sheep and I would assume wool was weaved on her loom. Myrtle Foust stated: “my papaw was a strong man, he could carry two full grown sheep at once, one under each arm. Mary's mother was Sarah Humphries the sister of the Pelham Humphries of this article: www.geocities.com/Heartland/Woods/9796/Humphries.html query.nytimes.com/gst/fullpage.html?res=9C0CE2DB1031F932A...
Autumn Sunrise in Appalachia.
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Lindy Point - Blackwater Falls State Park - West Virginia COUNTRY ROADS TAKE ME HOME!
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My maternal ancestry: Melungeon--"tri-racial isolate" group of the Southeastern U.S. (Cumberland Gap area of Appalachia--East Tennessee, Southwest Virginia, and East Kentucky). Mixed European, sub-Saharan African, and Native American ancestry.
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Melungeons - This helps explain my family's cultural background. We are made up of Native American Lumbee, African Americans, and White Ancestry. My family faced much discrimination due to it. And even to this day we don't fit neatly into one ethnicity. Some of my ancestors looked very black others more Native American and others more white.
Arch Goins and family, so-called "Melungeons"--a name they generally despised and rarely used among themselves--Graysville, Tennessee, c. 1920s. Though they alternately claimed to be "Portuguese" and native Cherokee Indians, they were of mixed African and European heritage. In other words, they were mulattoes, or Colored, but tried to pass for white.
Joe Pye Weed produces huge, puffy flower heads in late summer. It prefers moist soils & is a large plant, growing 4 to 6 feet tall. Joe Pye, an Indian healer, used it to treat a variety of ailments, which led to the name Joe Pye weed for these plants. Folklore says that Joe Pye used this plant to cure fevers & American colonists used this plant to treat typhus outbreaks. Indians used Joe Pye Weed in the treatment of kidney stones & other urinary tract ailments. Photo by Gerri Wilson.
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Joe Pye Weed produces huge, puffy flower heads in late summer. It prefers moist soils is a large plant, growing 4 to 6 feet tall. Joe Pye, an Indian healer, used it to treat a variety of ailments, which led to the name Joe Pye weed for these plants. Folklore says that Joe Pye used this plant to cure fevers American colonists used this plant to treat typhus outbreaks. Indians used Joe Pye Weed in the treatment of kidney stones other urinary tract ailments. Photo by Gerri Wilson.
Appalachian Woman - Michael OBrien Photography
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Appalachian woman gathering laundry in Martin Co., KY
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Appalachian Woman - Michael OBrien Photography hanging laundry
Jewelweed The old ways are almost gone and I'd better be finding an apron and bonnet for gathering | Appalachian History
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Three Appalachian women in their 80's share their stories of growing up in the rural regions of the Appalachian mountains. Take a glimpse into their lives as they share their memories of growing up not only as mountain women, but also as Cherokee, Scots-Irish and African-American women. Produced in 2000 Producer, DP and Editor: James Suttles D...
Women of These Hills - 3 Cultures of Appalachia - 2000
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The Rag Coat - YouTube video on Appalachian English
Women of These Hills, 3 Cultures of Appalachia (2000): Three Appalachian women in their 80's share their stories of growing up in the rural regions of the Appalachian mountains. Take a glimpse into their lives as they share their memories of growing up not only as mountain women, but also as Cherokee, Scots-Irish, and African-American women. #Appalachia
WHAT IS THE BEST GREEN TEA? Green tea is the best food source of catechins, a polyphenol or chemical with antioxidant properties that in the lab has shown to be more powerful than vitamins C and E in halting oxidative damage to cells, the Harvard Women's Health Watch notes. The best green teas blend healthy amounts of catechins with exquisite flavor.
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Dr. Ozs Tangerine Weight-Orade Recipe Metabolism-boosting drink. It contains: green tea, shown to boost metabolism 12% by drinking just one cup; tangerine, with a chemical composition that increases sensitivity to insulin and stimulates genes that help to burn fat; and mint, a calorie-free flavor enhancer. In a large pitcher, combine: 8 cups of brewed green tea 1 tangerine, sliced A handful of mint leaves www.facebook.com/...
Health Benefits of Different Teas - A resource
Mullein is high in iron, magnesium, potassium, and sulfur. It is considered the herb of choice for respiratory problems and pulmonary diseases. Not only does it loosen mucus and expel it out of the body, but it also calms spasms, is a natural painkiller, and helps to reduce swelling in the glandular system.
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Mullein - medicinal herb
Preparedness herb Mullein
Mullein flower. Preparedness Herb ~ for coughs, sinus, respiratory ailments, ear aches. MULLEIN! <3
The Homestead Survival: Preparedness Herb ~ Mullein Very Important Herb
Preparedness Herb ~ Mullein
Native American herbal remedies have been used for centuries to cure common illnesses and treat various health conditions. Without access to doctors or hospitals, Native Americans relied on the many plants that grew around their homes. Much of this knowledge has been forgotten; however there are those who are trying to document the remaining recipes.
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Native American Herbal Remedies
weeds that heal
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10 Weeds That Heal - medicinal plants
Healing plants: 10 common weeds that you find in your yard and how they can heal sicknesses, burns, sores and other ailments.
10 commonly found plants that heal
10 weeds that heal... weeds to meet your needs! ;) @Hannah Newman
10 common weeds that can heal you. To make a tincture use 100+ proof alcohol (a clear kind like vodka) and place 1 part fresh herbs/weeds & 2 parts alcohol in a clear glass jar. Cover the jar & keep iin a cool dark place for a week (if you are extracting the roots, you need to chop up the roots and let it sit in alcohol longer). To extract more of the medicinal quality of the plant, shake the jar once every day or two. Strain the liquid into another container and you got your medicinal tincture,
10 healing herbal plants // weeds
10 Common Weeds that Can Heal You | The ReadyBlog
The Skillet Lickers-Turkey In The Straw
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River's Invitation: Fiddle tunes (1)
Shelby Lee Adams, Kasie Dawn 2000 "When they lie my body in the green, green grass, I will whisper quiet secrets to the animals that pass, about the times I swore I was never coming back... but I lied. I am Appalachia." -Josiah Leming
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Shelby Lee Adams, Kasie Dawn 2000 "When they lie my body in the green, green grass, I will whisper quiet secrets to the animals that pass, about the times I swore I was never coming back...
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Appalachian Mountain Sharecroppers, 1870's, by Samuel Lancaster Gerry