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Media renews calls for marijuana prohibition in "Reefer Madness" hysteria after pot-related suicide

4/11/2015 - Following a tragic incident in which a young man killed himself after consuming five times the safe level of edible marijuana, media outlets raised the question of whether recent legalization measures should be rolled back. Unfortunately, such a slant reflects neither the facts of the case nor the real...

Learn these five types of edibles to prepare for wilderness survival

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Edible film made from essential oils can protect foods better than plastic

6/20/2014 - Forget the plastic and chemicals: The best food preservatives may actually be all-natural essential oils. New research published in the Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry found that an edible film coated in the essential oils of clove and oregano kept bread fresher for longer than conventional...

Six edible plants that will help you survive in the wild

6/8/2014 - Most of us have seen one of those "survival shows" on television, in which ordinary people become "stranded" in the wild and are forced to live off the land. Yes, it's true, many of those shows are "staged," but what would you do if you were ever seriously lost or stranded and all you had to live off...

Edible water bottles could reduce plastic waste

5/15/2014 - Plastics, many of which are plastic bottles for juices, sodas, and water have created a huge planetary ecological disposal problem. Americans use an estimated 50 billion of these disposable plastic bottles annually. And they're made from around 1.5 million gallons of crude oil each year. From a 2006...

Enterprising community aims for total food self-sufficiency with free edible landscapes

4/21/2014 - Imagine strolling through your town and finding the post office surrounded by raised beds, lush with produce that is free for the taking, 24/7. Or a police department with a gratis community vegetable garden, complete with curly kale, carrots, lettuces and onions. And orchards, as well as berry bushes,...

Russians successfully grow edible food crops in space

2/11/2014 - Space is not the first place you think of when the subject turns to agriculture, but at some point in the future it might, thanks to some recent breakthroughs by Russian cosmonauts/scientists. According to tech news site Betabeat and Russian media, "Russian space farmers" have managed to grow "a...

Three edible mushrooms with proven cancer-fighting properties

11/13/2013 - The healing properties of mushrooms have been known for centuries. Traditional Chinese medicine, for instance, has long recommended the consumption of certain edible mushrooms to treat serious conditions such as diabetes and high blood pressure. Likewise, European civilizations have treasured the continent's...

Urgent action alert: EPA about to raise allowable concentrations of glyphosate on food crops, edible oils and animal feed - comments needed by July 1

6/18/2013 - This is an urgent action alert from Natural News and the Health Ranger. Public comments are due by July 1 to object to new EPA regulations which are already in place, allowing glyphosate contamination of food crops, edible oils and waterways at concentrations which are thousands of times higher than...

Common backyard weeds for dinner? Delicious and nutrient rich fare at your fingertips that won't break the bank

5/3/2013 - Instead of signing over your entire paycheck for organic produce, have you considered the bounty of nourishing fare growing wild right in your own backyard? Not surprisingly, edible weeds have come back into vogue as food prices continue to rise and budgets tighten. Tasty and nutritious, these humble...

Amazing edible park in Irvine, Ca., stresses importance of food independence

12/6/2012 - What used to be nothing more than barren, unused easement space for overhead utility lines in an ordinary southern California suburb has turned into a flourishing, edible landscape, thanks to the inspiration of several local visionaries who recognized incredible potential for the otherwise wasted site....

Edible schoolyards and healthy cooking lessons - Growing fresh solutions for childhood obesity

9/19/2012 - Purple carrots, raspberry bushes and a bounty of schoolyard-grown vegetables are sprouting up around the nation. Edible schoolyards are teaching children about sustainability, nutrition and the fun of growing, cooking and eating their own food. As more of these gardens germinate from an idea to a full...

Lethal food system collapse is already happening; new film aims to prevent malnourishment and death

8/2/2012 - What if a hurricane and disastrous man-made flood ruined the economy of your city to the point where children throughout the city could not get access to nourishing food? Economic and nutritional degradation now sounds like most cities in America, even without a hurricane. The severe and epic disaster...

Small West Yorkshire town aims to be first town with food self-sufficiency by growing all its own vegetables

6/26/2012 - Different local authorities throughout the USA have been harassing homeowners for growing veggies or herbs in their front lawns. But in the small town of Todmorden, England, a grass-roots food movement has been started by one woman who grew veggies in her front yard and let neighbors pick them free. It...

City of Tulsa, Oklahoma, destroys woman's edible landscaping with over 100 varieties of medicinal plants

6/20/2012 - An Oklahoma woman is the latest victim of government terrorism after City of Tulsa code enforcement officials came to her house and illegally tore up her entire edible garden, which contained over 100 varieties of medicinal plants. Denise Morrison was in full compliance with local laws concerning her...

Edible drug-tracking microchips to be unveiled in UK by year's end

1/20/2012 - Imagine a world where the government monitors everything you eat and drink, and makes sure you take all your pharmaceutical drugs by feeding you an edible microchip that transmits this compliance information remotely to authorities. Such a world is almost a reality, as a California-based biotechnology...

Wild edible plants and natural solutions for diabetes

1/19/2012 - Why should you care about wild edibles? Because many health experts agree that wild edibles are the highest quality, best foods available to eat. The NaturalNews Talk Hour presents "Wild Edibles - The Miracle of Greens" with our special guest Sergei Boutenko, raw food expert. "I learn something new...

Blend edible wild weeds into green smoothies

7/13/2011 - Over the past few years, many people have started drinking daily green smoothies and want to continue. But those same people are noticing that the greens can be the most expensive ingredient in the green smoothie. Plus, the prices of fresh produce are rising at tremendous speeds. Here are some ways...

Scientists push to implement edible RFID tracking chips in food

6/3/2011 - It will monitor your calorie intake, show from where your food was sourced, and even let you know when the food in your fridge is about to go bad -- these are some of the enticing claims made by the developers of a new system that embeds edible radio frequency identification (RFID) chips directly into...

This winter - Delight in beautifully nutritious edible flowers

2/4/2011 - During the gray of winter days, rejuvenate your health and palate with gorgeous edible flowers. The petals of these captivating plants host a variety of important nutrients while providing a burst of color and contrast to the diet. Growing edible flowers need not be saved for the spring; create a lovely...

A Sign of Spring: Wild Edible Garlic Mustard Returns

3/25/2009 - A sure sign of spring is the return of green plants. Garlic mustard (Alliaria officinalis or Alliaria petiolata) is not only one of the first spring greens to appear, it is also edible and delicious. Garlic mustard is widespread: it grows along shaded roadsides, woody paths, and other shady areas. Garlic...

Add Edible Flowers to Your Healthy Diet

2/19/2009 - People have been eating flowers almost since the beginning of recorded time. Who knows what prompted the first floral snack? It could be that the flower looked so tasty somebody tried eating it. We can be glad, for flowers still provide a delightful addition to a healthy diet. Let's explore some of...

Edible Food Film Made from Tomatoes Prevents E. Coli Contamination

2/6/2009 - An edible film based on simple tomato puree might be able to protect foods from contamination by E. coli and other bacteria, according to a study conducted by researchers from the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Agriculture Research Service and the Western Regional Research Centre, Processed Foods,...

Edible Plastic Wrap for Food Kills Bacteria While It Flavors Your Burger

5/6/2008 - The Japanese started it with candy wrappers you could eat. Many readers may remember being fascinated by eating the wrappers containing Asian candy, even with Mom's permission! For almost ten years, vegetarians have happily consumed medications and food supplements in vegetarian capsules. Now, food...

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