Honey and the Healing Power!

Honey and the Healing Power!
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Honey and the Healing PowerHoney is truly ancient medicine. The first written reference to the medicinal use of honey is on a Sumerian tablet over 4000 years ago. Honey has been used medicinally ever since. Honey is useful for many conditions, including wounds, burns , and some of the toughest bacteria we may ever encounter. Plus, it does all of this for less than ten federal reserve notes! Read more “Honey and the Healing Power!”

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Bleeding, Now what?

You’re bleeding! Now what?
Cat Ellis “Herbal Prepper Live

bleeding accident-743036_640Uh-oh, you’re bleeding! Perhaps it was a bite, a deep slice of a knife while processing a deer, a gun shot wound, road rash, or maybe an open sore. No matter what has caused the wound, it needs to be treated quickly and correctly Read more “Bleeding, Now what?”

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Medical emergency and medicinal garden!

Joe 64x125Amy 64x125On this episode of the Doom and Bloom hour Dr. Bones and Nurse Amy will review their Florida preparedness adventures, including a medical emergency Dr. Bones handled, from the past two weeks. Nurse Amy presents a 101 on starting a medicinal garden and a part 1 on some awesome plants to grow. Dr. Bones discusses Wilderness Wound Care, which is a must know subject.
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