St. Johns Wort

A White Woman's Perspective

COMMON NAME

Standardized: St. John’s wort

BOTANICAL NAME

Hypericum perforatum L.
Plant Family: Clusiaceae

OVERVIEW

Hepericum perforatum is one of many species known commonly as St John’s Wort, and is the species most commonly associated with herbal medicine. It is native to Europe but has since been naturalized to other temperate climates around the world, with particular prominence in North America. The plant is a creeping perennial, producing star-shaped yellow flowers containing long, abundant stamens. St John’s Wort is traditionally harvested near the beginning of the flowering cycle on St John’s Day, which falls annually on June 24th. The flowers continue blooming throughout the summer and may be freely harvested throughout the season.

Considered a holy herb, St John’s Wort was employed for a number of folkloric uses during the Middle Ages. It was once believed that the herb helped to protect people from curses, demons, and lightning.

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Under Pressure

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A month or two ago or so I made (promise to myself, and others too) a decision that I will write posts on my blog more often, because of a few reasons, first and most important is that you folks react positively on posts and want to read new posts more often, other reasons are simply because there are always good topics for writing, and I simply want to write more often.

But just like with lot of other good (and strong) decisions, very often real life jumps in and asks for all your time and attention. ‘Life pressure’ gets you and you are simply living day by day under it.

Pressure dictates all your actions because you have to live, and sometimes writing blog post is a fine luxury…

Point of this short intro. is that I have learnt, a long time ago, how to operate under the pressure, and it is simply about switching off some of your functions and pushing on and on, until you get again into the position of normal.

It is one of the most valuable lessons of surviving the SHTF, because if you do not do that when SHTF you will fail to operate properly and that will get you dead…

Anyway, now I (finally) have some time to write a post, I want too share with you this story….   From —  http://shtfschool.com/blog/

Why We Need a Real Traditionalist Movement

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Are you getting tired of the constant gender-war which seems to be waging out in every single corner of the internet right now? If you answered yes, then you’re in good company, it seems no matter which ideology you subscribe to, the sexes are always divided – and this isn’t healthy or productive in any way. For the purpose of this post I am limiting my discussion to the traditionalist side of the ‘political’ spectrum – since this is where I fit into things – well, at least where I would like to fit in.

As you may have already read in my posts; Looking In: How Women See the ‘Alt-Right’ & Why We Don’t Participate and Go Away ‘Red-Pill’ Salesman, I very clearly have a problem with the current so-called ‘traditionalists‘ and their respective ‘movements‘. Rest assured though, that I am not alone in…

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Brussels, NATO & The Globalists in Total Disarray

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The EU, NATO, and the western alliance have utterly failed the people of eastern Europe. The unrequited love of former Soviet bloc nations is slowly turning to scorn. The Euromaidan and ensuing civil war have laid bare an ideological and cultural divide ages old. With Brussels and NATO reeling from recent events, the fear mongering used to leverage aligned nations is losing its effectiveness.

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