From Beginner to Winner

Submitted by Dadmin on Sat, 07/11/2020 - 05:52

With our company every starts at same point. At beginning.

There is no exception. To be honest Pro's doing worse in beginning than real newby.

That is why we like to start simple and slow pace.

Word from our Sponsor deposit small amounts of money into savings(not Banks) on regular basis see how much can you save. (I deposit 10%)

 

 

Grow your own fruit and veg

Submitted by Dadmin on Sun, 06/21/2020 - 22:44

There are trying times and is not going to get better.

This is bad news.

What is solution?

Must be easy, simple and affordable. And it is. Grow your own food.

Start small and expand as you go.

Remember small rewards are better than none at all.

Start SIMPLE

Get Mentor some one that is DOING not talking.

Find out about $1 a day tutorials.

It is great way to start and is affordable.

Remamber Rom was not Burned i a day. All takes time

Turning exercises into Ca$h

Submitted by Dadmin on Mon, 04/13/2020 - 05:45

Turning your passion for fitness into pure ca$h the easy way.
Get  some junk from the site of the road few screws and there you have it.
It will not make you a fortune but every cent counts.
I do 84 min of peddling per day (12X7 min)
This give me about 500-1000 W per day @ 35 cent per 1KW/hour X 365 days is $127.75 per year
Invest wisely at 10% with compound interest will make you nice bundle 

If you like to learn how to work ONLY 28 minutes per day for $1 a day

Naturally grown

Submitted by Dadmin on Sun, 02/23/2020 - 04:58

All our fruit, vegetables,herbs and spices are naturally grown ether by us or our growers.
We use simple thousands of years old system to reuse leftovers in our worm growing area,
than we use worm juice to water our produce with dilated solution.
There is great advantage in such system no waste no fertiliser less cost.
Lately there was and is more and more videos about robots farming.
This may be more efficient and cheaper but taste in no compressing.
Picking fresh tasty fruit or/and vegetables is a posture money is just cream on top.

Great news for growers and customers

Submitted by Dadmin on Sat, 02/22/2020 - 04:39

Great new for all our customers as well as our suppliers.

We keeping up with time so we realise Always fresh token so now you can buy and sell 

our produce at stable price.

What this means to ordinary people.

Simple if price of tomatoes goes up from $4 to let say $10 our customers will pay equivalent of $4 to us.

Growers will get stable trade and happy customers all year around.

Every customer of our will get 1000 Always Fresh Tokens to start them of.

Garlic

Submitted by Dadmin on Thu, 02/20/2020 - 02:45

Garlic  (Allium Sativum) 

Garlic has been used in Western medicine since the ancient Greeks and Romans and has played a role in China for centuries. Although used for a variety of symptoms, Garlic has been used in cough remedies for centuries.  Part of the herb used is the Bulb. Therapeutic Use: Traditionally used for the temporary relief of symptoms of mild upper respiratory infections or conditions. 

Work 28 min a day

Submitted by Dadmin on Wed, 02/12/2020 - 04:30

How would you like to work only 28 minutes a day?

Impossible!!!

Today nothing is impossible.

Like to know more about how to do it.

I did not believe at first.

Than question come to my mind WHAT IF?

Went to look dipper and behold now you have chance to ask WHAT IF WORKS for me.

Make some passive income (8.9% PA)from our sponsor.

We use Brave browser (get paid to surf the web.

 

Feverfew

Submitted by Dadmin on Thu, 12/12/2019 - 04:13

 

 

11. Feverfew (Tanacetum Parthenium)Although the name Feverfew depicts the role of this herb as being one of the treatment of fevers, Feverfew historically was well recognised for its effects against migraine. In modern times Feverfew is also recognised for its ”anti-inflammatory” properties assisting in the pain of arthritis and rheumatism. Part of the herb used is the Whole Herb. Therapeutic Use: Assists in the prevention of migraine headaches and the pain of arthritis and rheumatism. Caution: If pain persists, seek medical advice