Natural Health and Survival Medicine

Post-collapse, you have to keep in mind that there might not be any doctors, nurses, hospitals, medicine and pharmacies.

 

Whether you’ll catch pneumonia, need to fix a bullet wound or get a simple headache, you’ll have to take care of these things on your own. These are life and death situations, so never take them lightly. Take a first aid course ASAP and read the articles below.

jewelweed

Jewelweed – How To Use This Medicinal “Weed”

Jewelweed poses as a useless weed along the edges of the woods, but is definitely a wild medicinal plant you should never walk by without gathering. The two species of this tall plant are also commonly referred to as “garden balsam”, “whistle weed”, and the “touch-me-not. The seed pods that are produced by jewelweed “explode” …

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goldenrod

Goldenrod – How To Identify And Use This ‘Weed’

Goldenrod gets a bad rap, fellow preppers. It is far too often associated with hay fever nastiness – usually without just cause. The plants Latin name is Solidago – which means “to make whole or heal”. This hardy yellow “weed” grows amid ragweed, so it has been long associated with the triggering of common hay …

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harvested plantain

Plantain – How To Identify and Use This Edible ‘Weed’

Plantain is one of the most readily available and easily identifiable edible and medicinal weeds in the United States. It contains a lot of protein for a plant, making it a great survival food source. The that Psyllium plantain contains are one of the primary reasons it is also a potent wild medicinal plant. Plantain …

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Monkeypox

Could Typhoid Fever, Small Pox, and Cholera Pop up Again?

Multiple 1800s era diseases once thought eradicated from modern society are showing up again in cities not only around the world, but in the United States, as well. Cases of typhoid fever, cholera, and monkeypox, which is similar to smallpox, have emerged. Filthy living conditions, urine, feces, and decaying food, unclean drinking water, and infected …

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