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Saturday, July 28, 2012

Home Remedies from Amish Country

These Home Remedy books make great gifts for those wanting to know more about home remedies and the Amish way of life.

You won't find these for a download on to a portable tablet, these books are published, used in the Amish communities and sold in their stores.
Two quick read books both containing 96 pages full of great ideas, humor, wisdom and folklore from the Amish communities using home remedies and ideas that have been passed down from generations of Amish families.
Home Remedies from Amish Country has been a popular book and now in its 6th Edition.
Home remedies II For the Farm, Garden, Lawn and House provide recipes for making your own cleaning products, garden and orchard pest solutions.
Learn how to control common nuisances such as bats, birds, chipmunks, squirrels, deer, gophers, mice, moles, rabbits, raccoons, rats, snakes, ants, bees, hornets, yellow jackets, wasps, beetles, cockroaches, corn borer, fleas, gnats, aphids, grasshoppers, grubs, Japanese beetles, mites, mosquitoes, snails, slugs and many others.
The Amish try to stick with natural home remedies; these books are an accumulation of remedies from generations of Amish families.
Using all natural, methods the Amish remedies use everyday items that are easily attainable from the cupboard, the garden and local stores providing remedies used in around the garden, home, farm, including Baby Care, Health Care Salves, & Weight Loss.
Home Remedies From the Amish Country
Table of Contents
• Baby Care
• Health Care
• Weight Loss
• Salves
· Remedies for the Farm, Garden, & House
Home Remedies II From the Amish Country
Table of Content
· Animal Care
• Cleaners
• Field Crops
• Garden & Lawn
• Gardening Just for Anyhow
• Herbicides/Insecticides
• Pest-Animals
• Plant Diseases
• Trees (Fruit & Nut) and Shrubs
• Food Care
• Household
• Miscellaneous
• Vinegar Uses
You can purchase both Amish Home remedy books as well as other home alternative books at Cottage Craft Works .com
Note: These books are intended for historical and educational purposes of the Amish lifestyle. While the Amish enjoy raising large families and subscribe mostly to home remedies some of The statements in these books date back into the early 1900s and have not been evaluated by the FDA and are not provided for use to diagnose prescribe or treat any illness, or injured condition of the body. Readers should use their own self informed decisions or consult with a physician for all issues concerning health.

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