Wild Horses are Dying Under Zinke’s Lack of Care

Straight from the Horse's Heart

by Equine Advocates

As Corruption Allegations Against Pro-Horse Slaughter Interior Secretary, Ryan Zinke Continue to Mount, Wild Horses & Burros Continue to Die!

“I told ya before and I’ll tell ya again, my friggen ‘Brain’ is this big, really!”, drawled Dinky Zinke

Long before Ryan Zinke slithered his way to be confirmed as Interior Secretary under Trump, his views and agendas for wild and domestic equines were well-known. From the period long before he became a Montana Congressman when he was pushing for the return of horse slaughter so that a horse slaughterhouse could be built in his home state, and throughout his time in Congress, his famous quote basically sums up what he continues to stand for:

“If a horse is too old to breed, too old to ride or too expensive to feed, a horse is disposed of,” he said.

With that said, accusations about Zinke’s past and…

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Ozark Encyclopedia – M – Meat

Mountain Man Traditional Healing

Used on boils – “Put a piece of fat pork on top of a boil.” ~Carter and Krause HRIO 28

“Fat meat will make a boil come to ‘a head’ then it will run pus.” ~Parler FBA II 1574

“To bring boils to a head lay a piece of fat sow belly on the place.” ~Parler FBA II 1575

Beef liver for low blood pressure – “Season beef liver to taste, put into a pan and let it come to medium heat, just enough to bring up the blood, eat it while it’s still warm. Let this be your daily diet.” ~Parler FBA II 1537

“Meat causes high blood pressure.” ~Parler FBA II 1539

Used on a sting – “Put lean raw meat on a bee or wasp sting. This also works on snake bites.” ~Parler FBA III 3243

Bacon rind for warts – “To get rid of a wart…

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Health Benefits of Butterbur

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Crooked Bear Creek Organic Herbs

Butterbur has a plant extract used in alternative remedies. But what are its health benefits and are there any risks involved in using it?

Butterbur comes from a shrub that grows in Europe, Asia, and parts of North America, and is available as a natural remedy in many health food stores and pharmacies. It is most commonly used to treat migraines and hay fever, although it has a number of other potential uses.

What is butterbur?

Butterbur plant and flower.Butterbur extract comes from the bulb, leaf, and roots of the plant.

The proper name for the butterbur plant is petasites hybridus. It grows best in wet marshland, damp forest soil, or on riverbanks.

The name butterbur is thought to come from the fact that its large leaves were traditionally used to wrap butter and stop it from melting in summer.

Butterbur extract is taken from the leaf, roots, or bulb of the plant.

The use…

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