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Make My Own Medicine (Home Remedies)

Grow a Medicinal Garden

At The Grow Network, we’re here to support every aspect of your homesteading journey. Whether it’s growing your own food or starting a medicinal garden, we can provide step-by-step guidance for experienced and novice gardeners alike! We know how important it is for you to have access to natural healing products. And, we strive to bring you the best resources available for growing the best vegetables, and herbs that can be offered by Mother Earth herself. Utilize ancient, time-tested knowledge to nurture your health through powerful, medicinal herbs you grow.

You might think that making family medicine at home is intimidating and overwhelming, but The Grow Network can break it down for you. Check out our top resources and our latest blogs below:

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From cambium to cones, pine trees are an excellent food source. And unlike many other wild plants, you can eat pine trees all year long. I think I’ve always loved pine trees. I remember, as a child, visiting my grandmother and climbing a particularly tall one in her backyard. From time to time, she would have us grandkids rake up

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The health benefits of elderberry include boosting immunity, as well as antioxidant, antimicrobial, and anti-inflammatory superpowers! Image by Avia5 from Pixabay Elderberry: Safe, Natural, and Powerful Are you looking for a safe, natural medicine to use this cold and flu season? Elderberry won’t disappoint. It’s been used throughout human history, even being planted at the edges of gardens to act

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Pokeweed berries and greens are a nutritional powerhouse with medicinal properties—but they can be poisonous. Here’s how to eat and use them safely. American pokeweed is a nutritional powerhouse with medicinal properties, but it must be treated with caution. (Image by efes from Pixabay) Pokeweed Berries and Greens: Eat Up and Stay Safe American pokeweed (Phytolacca americana) is a milestone

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Delicious herbal medicines? It’s possible with electuaries! Use these 13+ tips to make an electuary that pleases even the pickiest palate. Image by adamkontor from Pixabay Kids can be pretty picky about taking herbal medicines. If it tastes bitter or strange, they don’t want anything to do with it. Some herbs can be tough for adults to ingest, too. Before

How to Make an Electuary: 13+ Tips for Making Delicious Herbal Medicines

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There are many different types of plants you can grow in a medicinal garden, and each one requires unique care and maintenance. Cacti and succulents, like aloe vera, need to be in direct sunlight with minimal water. Herbs and flowering plants do best with indirect sunlight and lots of water. Knowing when to water, mist, fertilize, and re-pot is a critical part of ensuring your plants are healthy and potent!

The Grow Network can help you create comprehensive care schedules for the medicinal herbs you grow and provide remedy recipes for 95% + of your most common healthcare needs! Once you start reading our blogs and following our tips, you’ll see how easy it really is to take control of your family’s health by making your own remedies.

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I absolutely love what you folks are turning out and sharing with us. You have soooo much valuable information. I believe there is going to come a day in the near future, when everyone will want to do this. You have a great group of teachers there, which I love and appreciate--so down-to-earth and practical~ You have my greatest respect am here to to support you in any way I can.


Beth S.

You know, when I got bit by a recluse about 6 months ago, I watched it turn my arm red, hot and painful from the bite at my wrist all the way to about an inch above my elbow. At that point, I was really concerned about developing sepsis, and tired of the pain lol.

I remembered what Marjory Wildcraft taught about cabbage leaves, and within 2 days every bit fo the bite, pain redness, and swelling was gone. I was so astounded at the wonder of what plants can do. Even before I had dabbled a bit in herbs and eo's but that event left me with a passion to learn and practice herbalism.

I welcome your suggestions and teachings while I manage to save enough to start enrolling in the classes offered here.


Hi Marjory! I am Maureen from Hillside, NJ. I just had to stop my busyness and drop you a line: Can I just say, that you are just a DELIGHT !!! I try to read everyone of your e-mails with all the wonderful growing tips and other important info, and I love the presentations you create. Thank you so much.


Dear Marjory, I just want to say with the greatest of gratitude and admiration: THANK YOU! You have produced something truly powerful and, in my humble opinion, beneficial and good not only for people like myself but for our life-giving home. Your practical but sincere respect for all things living in your background was inspiring. Many blessings and gratitude from me. I am so encouraged by your gentle, decisive teaching. I can do this!

Peter Arena

This is such great information. We need more private citizens doing this. There is way too much conflict of interest present in the government.


I am so proud to be a part of this group because I believe we are being lied to, scammed, and being fed “poison” through our foods. I am very grateful to have you bringing this information.


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