Month: March 2020

Hudson Creek Tip – Soil Makes you Happy

Did you know that there’s a natural antidepressant in the soil? https:// www.gardeningknowhow.com/garden-how-to/soil-fertilizers/antidepressant-microbes-soil.htm. It’s true, Mycobacterium vaccae is the substance under study, and it seems to work like Prozac. The bacterium in the soil may stimulate the production of serotonin, which is responsible for making you happy and more relaxed. Lack of serotonin can lead […]

Hudson Creek Gardening Tips -Your garden needs you.

The whole field of biodynamic gardening opens up all kinds of possibilities. In the book, “Working with Energy” by Heide Hermary pg. 164, “T.C. Singh at Annamalai University in India began studying the effect of music on plants. All plants exhibited earlier flowering and fruiting and increased growth and seed yield by 25% to 60%.” […]

Linda’s Story

I find the most improvement in this journey has been renewed health and sense of well-being that has come from a balanced approach. Knowing and learning what my gut and body need has been significant for me. I have learned so much about what works for my body. I have noticed that once I dialled […]

Scallops in White Wine-Lime Sauce

In a skillet, brown well 6 Scallops, large (place them in a paper towel for a few minutes to absorb the water) 3 T Butter In a small bowl add and stir 3 T Olive Oil 2 T Orange zest Juice Lime 2 T Onion, minced 1/4 Red Pepper, minced 4 Garlic cloves, minced and […]

Be An Agent of Change

We have watched hours of videos that have been incredible. I have listed some of the names of the presenters. Such recognizable names as Dr. J. Mercola, Dr. E. Ingham, Jeffrey Smith, Dr. Huber, Dr. Carman, Dr. D. Suzuki, Paul Stamets, Game Brown, Dr. A. Anderson, Brian Lancaster, and Dr. Z. Bush These folks and […]