SHTF, Pets and Herbs for Chronic Illness
What about our pets? Economic collapses has come and were off to our retreats with all our pets in tow. So now what do we do? Do you know how to take care of your pets? What should we have on hand to ensure our pets, which are now becoming alert dogs, be taken care of and how do we do it?
Tonight 7:00pm/Est 6:00pm/Ct. Join BexarPrepper on “Preparing For Life’s Storms” and her guest PetPrepper. Pet will walk us through the appropriate tools and skills to keep us prepared in the case of SHTF. Just because were in the middle of the crisis doesn’t mean that we forget the obligations we made when we brought our best friends, our pets into our home and the answer doesn’t lie in letting them fend for themselves.
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Herbs for Chronic Illness in a Post Disaster Environment: Type 2 Diabetes and Asthma
Tonight 9:00pm/Est 8:00pm/Ct Sam Coffman discusses some of the most common chronic illnesses in America and how he would deal with them using herbs if he were in a post-disaster situation. Type 2 Diabetes is a difficult health condition to manage, and in the case of a disaster where there was no possible other medical care, it is very useful to understand that there are herbs and dietary methods to effectively deal with it. Sam will cover a number of different possibilities and outline the best way to work with these herbs for type 2 diabetes. He also will discuss the problems that present themselves with chronic asthma.
Like many chronic conditions, there are other issues at the heart of asthma that involve a much deeper look into personal health than simply providing herbs to help short term breathing issues. Sam will discuss what some of the approaches are to get at the source of asthma issues, but more importantly for the short-term, what kinds of herbs can be used to help alleviate breathing difficulties and even the onset of respiratory illness, along with herbs to help strengthen and support the respiratory and immune system for people suffering from asthma.