Natural Living Videos

Welcome to our website section showcasing our collection of natural living videos that offer practical advice on how to live a more natural and sustainable lifestyle. Our videos demonstrate how to use native plants and natural ingredients to make your own personal care and household products, reducing your exposure to harmful chemicals and toxins. Our mission is to help people discover the benefits of natural living and to inspire them to make positive changes in their daily routines. From creating natural cleaning solutions to growing your own food, our natural living videos provide a wealth of information and ideas to help you live a healthier, more sustainable life. So join us on this journey towards a more natural way of living, and discover the beauty and benefits of natural living videos.

This short video will show you the process we used to plant American Ginseng. From selecting the ideal location to planting the seeds, we cover everything you need to know to successfully cultivate this valuable crop.
A short video tour of our outdoor blue oyster mushroom garden. We grow shiitake mushrooms on logs and oyster mushrooms on wood, straw, coffee grounds, and even cardboard.
In this video, we will show you how to make a traditional Italian dish called Burdock Carduni.
This is a really simple way to make red wine vinegar for use in making a red wine vinegarette salad dressing. To me, it tastes much better than store-bought dressing.
We use the blooms from the Eastern Redbud tree to make redbud jelly. Watch to learn about the Eastern Redbud tree and how we make this beautiful and delicious jelly.
Make this wonderful-tasting dandelion jelly to make use of the dandelions in your yard. Easy and simple to make.
You may see these dainty violet flowers in early spring. We use them to make delicious wild violet jelly. This jelly has a unique look and taste that you’ll simply love to spread on bread or biscuits.
An easy (4-ingredient) DIY Granite Cleaner and Polish. Takes just minutes to mix up, won’t harm the sealer on your granite, and is totally biodegradable. Leaves your granite sparkling clean and smelling citrus fresh.
If you have some black walnut trees on your property you might want to try tapping them and making syrup. Watch the video and learn from our experiment.
Shows you how to make lip balm with beeswax and essential oils. You can flavor them however you like.
Make these easy toilet-cleaning fizzies at home. Drop one in the toilet and they will fizz and release the cleaners into the toilet to clean and refresh. Leaves a clean fresh scent.
Use water and white vinegar to naturally remove stuck-on food from your microwave oven. This fast and easy DIY method takes minutes and leaves your microwave clean and fresh.
Make your own soothing hemorrhoid wipes using all-natural essential oils. Similar to store-bought pads and extremely effective in reducing pain and itch.
Cooking shrimp creole over a campfire on Christmas Day 2021.
This easy DIY shampoo is much less expensive than store brands and uses natural ingredients to keep your hair and scalp healthy.
This DIY peppermint foaming carpet cleaner works as well or better than the ones you buy at the supermarket, at a much lower cost. Quick and easy to make at home.
This DIY Peppermint Glass Cleaner can save you a ton of money over buying commercial glass cleaners. Quick and easy to make with only a few ingredients.
This easy DIY disinfectant hand gel is great for your skin and uses essential oils to kill germs on your hands.
This video teaches how to make easy homemade bath bombs you can enjoy any time you want. Inexpensive and luxurious bath experience.
This all-natural and easy-to-make deodorant will keep you smelling fresh all day. Kills the bacteria that cause body odor.
Quick and easy DIY citrus air freshener for your home. Don’t like citrus? Just substitute your favorite essential oil.
Make your own quick and easy body wash. Save money and avoid harsh chemicals.
Shows a quick and inexpensive 2 ingredient DIY carpet freshener method.
This easy DIY liquid laundry detergent is perfect to make whether you are working to live green or you just want to save some money.
This video shows an easy method to clean a dirty shower using only baking soda and hydrogen peroxide. Shower cleaning using natural products is both money-saving and environmentally sound.
This video shows you a really easy way to naturally clean and disinfect your sink. Uses only totally biodegradable products that you almost certainly have in your home right now.
In this video, I show you a quick and easy way to clean a front-load washer. This method uses only things that you are most likely to have in your home right now.
Digging edible burdock root.
In this video, I show you how to create a natural wood cleaner using ingredients you probably already have in your home right now. Quick and easy to do.
How to clean a shower head naturally. If you have calcium buildup, don’t buy a new one when you can easily and cheaply make it like-new.
Our list of products you want to stock up on for making natural cleaning products for your home. Natural cleaning products are as effective as the harsh chemical products you buy. They are safer for your family and the environment.
his video shows and explains why you should never use a mixture of vinegar and baking soda for cleaning. Hint – it DOES NOT produce “scrubbing bubbles”
Watch the video to learn a natural way to clean and disinfect your cutting boards. But reusing them without cleaning them can lead to foodborne illness for you and your family.
Recipe and demonstration of a homemade degreaser spray using all-natural biodegradable ingredients. It does a fantastic job on greasy stoves, grills, etc.
This video shows you how to make a really simple and easy DIY scouring paste to use on stovetops, counters, and all around the kitchen. I show you how I used it to remove baked-on greasy rings around the burners on my flat stovetop. It works as well as expensive stovetop cleaners you buy at the supermarket.
Melissa, better known as Lemon Balm, is an easy-to-grow and useful herb in the mint family. Discover lots of ways to use it in this video.
Red clover may have benefits for your health when taken as a supplement. We look at some possible benefits and ongoing research.
White clover is a common edible plant you may even have in your own yard. Learn about its uses.
St. John’s Wort is a powerhouse little herb for your skin. Learn all about this amazing herb for your skincare. Whether it’s bug bites, minor cuts and scrapes, minor burns, sunburn, bruises and blemishes, minor skin rashes and irritations, or simply making your skin look and feel younger, St. John’s Wort can do it all.
Wild bergamot is a plant in the mint family. It is topped by clusters of purple, pink, or white flowers. It is commonly known as bee balm, mint leaf bee balm, Oswego tea, and horsemint. In this video, we explore the culinary and medicinal uses of Wild Bergamot.
This video covers how to grow and use wild lettuce for mild pain relief.
Make a natural tick-repellent spray using only water, witch hazel, and essential oils.
Do you want to add some unique flavor to your next meal? Try making fried dandelion flowers! In this video, I’ll show you how to prepare, cook, and serve this delicious dish.
Hunting, harvesting, and making Wild Toothwort dip. Cutleaf toothwort is one of the first flowers to bloom in early Spring. A common name for the root is Pepper Root. It tastes similar to horseradish, but milder.
This is Part 2 of the video on making your own Goldenrod salve for sore muscles and joints. The anti-inflammatory properties of this amazing plant can help relieve pain. It can also be used to decrease the swelling and itching of bug bites and other skin irritations.
I go out and wild harvest goldenrod and show you how to create a tincture and infused oil. Be sure and watch part 2 on making a goldenrod salve.
Bottling the tincture we made from the goldenrod collected in the early fall of 2020. The video on collecting and preparing goldenrod to create the tincture is above.
This hand soap is easy to make and saves money. Made with antimicrobial essential oils, the soap smells great and kills germs.
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