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Lyme Disease hits New England, but we can help!

by Stephen Brown on July 16, 2013

The all natural lyme disease remedies we make follow Stephen Buhner's "core protocol" for Lyme, presented in his MUST READ book, 'Healing Lyme". I am now extracting most of the plants he suggests in his latest book, "Healing Lyme Co-infections". This will allow the opportunity to modify the "core protocol" for specific co-infections.

Did you know?

"Lyme disease is the most commonly reported vector-borne illness in the United States--in 2011, it was the 6th most common Nationally Notifiable disease. Lyme is concentrated heavily in the northeast and upper Midwest. Lyme disease has surpassed AIDS as one of the fastest growing infectious epidemics in our nation.

Lyme Disease knows no borders. It knows no nationalities, no races, and no political systems. As a virulent bacterial infection, Lyme Disease simply spreads, and spreads, and spreads, and, if something isn't done, the worldwide cases of Lyme Disease will continue to rapidly increase."

Best of luck using your chosen modality for healing yourself-- this is a terrible and debilitating disease. Let us know if you have any questions. 

Sympathetically,

- Stephan

Cape Cod Fish Share

by Stephen Brown on April 14, 2013

Sign up now! Dave Henchy's weekly delivery of fresh fish here at the Great Cape shop is beginning a new, five week cycle.  Visit his web site and sign up now! I can attest that this fish is the freshest you can buy, and it supports the local fishermen!

A Time of Transition and Confusion for Everyone!

by Stephen Brown on November 10, 2012

A Time of TransitionI will not reiterate what you have already heard so many times and are now very aware of. But in this time of great transition around the world, when we can no longer hold onto the beliefs and rituals and daily routines we were so accustomed to, when our lives seem to have a weaker sense of direction, and when our "moral compass" is not reading as true a direction as we'd like.

And then, of course, there was the Super Storm, "Sandy". Followed by the post-election Big Blow storm. Expect more and more of these crazy weather events.  

Start growing your own food, folks. Hard times are a-comin' .

Go Back to Your ROOTS.

Go back to the very basics of life on Earth: excellent, fresh, organic food; wild fish from the oceans; clean, chemical-free water; friendships with like-minded people; and, of course, the medicines that Nature has been providing for us for eons-- the plants.

LEAVE THE GREED and return to community life. Every day, try to buy something LESS from corporations and from foreign countries, even sometimes, far-away states. "SUPPORT THE LOCALS!" "BUY FRESH, BUY LOCAL!" Become a "Locavore".  Find others who feel as you do and ACT locally.

A "Night on Bald Mountain" in New Hampshire

by Stephen Brown on November 10, 2012

Enjoying my morning coffee in New Hampshire!Autumn is upon us -- and this the MOST beautiful month of the year. I do LOVE October and November! 

Right after Labor Day I took a brief trip up to the White Mountains in New Hampshire, then over to the Green Mountains in Vermont. I was in very northern VT at the village of Island Pond, where my friends Kepha and Lebana and their daughter Ava live with the Twelve Tribes community. So peaceful up there after a very busy summer on Cape Cod.

But the MOST beautiful night was the one I spent on Mount Deception Road, 3 miles from a paved road. Alone.. Very alone.. in the White Mountains woods in a wild and windy, driving-rain night. Snug and warm and dry was I, in the back of my little pickup truck, encased in one of those small camper "caps" listening to the rain pounding very loudly on the tin roof. Wow! It was a real "Wowser" night!

By 6am, the rain had stopped and the forest was as completely silent as I have EVER experienced. Not a bird, not a breath of breeze. COMPLETE silence.  

And now my time of escape and peace has drifted by, and the fall farm chores are ahead. Putting plants to bed; cutting, splitting, stacking firewood for the winter shop stoves; making herbal products and medicines; minding the Apothecary; tending to the chickens; and planning for Spring.

[View more photos from my trip on Facebook]