Medicinal Honey & St. John’s Wort

Medicinal Honey & St. John’s Wort
Host: Cat Ellis “Herbal Prepper Live”

Medicinal Honey & St. John’s WortContinuing with our show from last week on medicinal honey and it’s wonderful medicinal properties, this week I will share with you some of my most favorite honey-based remedies. Learn how to use herbs to enhance honey for burn care, wound care, make homemade gummy candies, and medicinal syrups.

The rest of the show is going to cover the many wonderful properties of St. John’s Wort, Hypericum perforatum . It’s like a medicine chest all in one little yellow flower. While it is often pigeon-holed as a mood enhancer, St. John’s Wort also has actions on the respiratory and muscular systems, as well as antiviral and analgesic properties. Read more “Medicinal Honey & St. John’s Wort”

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The Dandelian, a boon to some bust for others!

The Dandelion a boon to some bust for others!
Lynna “A Preppers Path ” Audio player below!

The Dandelion a boon to some bust for othersNow really how does one not smile at the brilliant yellow blossoms dotting the country side or perhaps your lawn each spring and summer! Ok Ok I know dandelions are one of the most common and despised weeds of those keepers of pristine lawns. But really the dandelion is just as useful as it is prolific. I like to think of them in that line with rabbits, they just multiply and multiply! In reality that’s a huge boon, the dandelion’s benefits are incredible, just a little unsung. Read more “The Dandelian, a boon to some bust for others!”

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Honey and the Healing Power!

Honey and the Healing Power!
Cat Ellis “Herbal Prepper Live” Audio player below!

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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Do lemons have legs?

Do lemons have legs?
Lynna “A Preppers Path ” Audio player below!

Do lemons have legs?The punch line to the old joke is do lemons have legs! Don’t get squimish on me, of course they don’t have legs but canaries do. I know bad! Bad! However, lemons have many other attributes that have gone unrecognized for far too long. That sunny bright yellow orb in the grocery produce aisle or if you are lucky hanging from the tree in your yard is a powerhouse! When it comes to the lemon that old adage great things come in small packages if apt! Read more “Do lemons have legs?”

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Lyme Disease Part 3

Lyme Disease Part 3
Cat Ellis “Herbal Prepper Live” Audio player below!

Lyme Disease Part 3Lyme disease, aka borreliosis, causes a range of symptoms and can lead to life-threatening conditions. Common Lyme symptoms include fatigue, joint pain, fibromyalgia-like pain, trouble sleeping, and difficulty with focus and memory. Left untreated, which is common, Lyme can move deep into the body, into the central nervous system, heart, and eyes. Read more “Lyme Disease Part 3”

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Can She Bake a Cherry Pie?

Can She Bake a Cherry Pie?
Lynna… “A Preppers Path” Audio player provided below!

Can She Bake a Cherry Pie?Can she bake a cherry pie Billy Boy Billy Boy; can she bake a cherry pie? Fast as a cat can wink it’s eye! Can you, can your spouse, family members or friends? The question on A Preppers Path is can you cook? I mean more than pouring water in a styrofoam cup and putting it in the microwave for a dinner of noodles. Can you cook? Read more “Can She Bake a Cherry Pie?”

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Lyme Disease Part 2

Lyme Disease Part 2
Cat Ellis “Herbal Prepper Live” Audio player below!

Lyme Disease Part 2This show picks up where we left off last week in a series on herbs and Lyme disease. We will talk more about various herbs for Lyme, as well as Lyme coinfections. Check out last week’s description (below) for more about this series.

This episode of Herbal Prepper Live part 2 of a series of shows on Lyme disease. Read more “Lyme Disease Part 2”

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What You Cannot Live Without!

What You Cannot Live Without!
James Walton “I Am Liberty” Audio player below!

What You Cannot Live WithoutAs survivalists and preppers its pretty common that we get asked or ask ourselves the question of what 5 things or what 10 things would you bring into the wilderness or whatever scenario. While there are some prepping items that must be part of the equation in a collapse scenario I want to discuss something that many preppers are not considering at all. You know, fear is a huge predicator when it comes to what a prepper does. That’s ok. I think that’s pretty smart this day and age. Read more “What You Cannot Live Without!”

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Lyme Disease and plant medicine relief

Lyme Disease and plant medicine relief
Cat Ellis “Herbal Prepper Live” Audio player below!

Lyme Disease and plant medicine reliefThis episode of Herbal Prepper Live starts a series of shows on Lyme disease. Lyme is a devastating disease that is spread by ticks. While Lyme was first noted in Lyme, CT and has plagued New England states for decades, Lyme is now present in ticks all across the US.

Lyme disease, aka borreliosis, causes a range of symptoms and can lead to life-threatening conditions. Common Lyme symptoms include fatigue, joint pain, fibromyalgia-like pain, trouble sleeping, Read more “Lyme Disease and plant medicine relief”

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A Chat with Dr. Bones and Nurse Amy

A Chat with Dr. Bones and Nurse Amy
Cat Ellis “Herbal Prepper Live” Audio player below!

A Chat with Dr. Bones and Nurse AmyBe sure to tune in for this episode of Herbal Prepper Live where my guests will be none other than the leaders of the Medical Preparedness field themselves, Joe Alton, M.D. (Dr. Bones) and Amy Alton, A.R.N.P. (Nurse Amy), authors of The Survival Medicine Handbook and hosts of the popular podcast, The Doom and Bloom ™ Survival Medicine Hour.

The need to be prepared for pandemic disease, first aid emergencies, and for the everyday aches and pains in a post-disaster situation is an important part of a well-rounded preparedness plan. Read more “A Chat with Dr. Bones and Nurse Amy”

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Mental Health When the Med’s Run Out

Mental Health When the Med’s Run Out!
Cat Ellis “Herbal Prepper REWIND” Audio player below!

Mental Health When the Med's Run OutCould you manage depression, anxiety, ADHD, or bi-polar disorder after a disaster?

You probably know someone close to you with one of the conditions listed above, because a significant percentage of Americans are on anti-psychotic prescriptions. These drugs are linked to dangerous side effects, like thoughts of suicide, hallucinations, and violent behavior. Read more “Mental Health When the Med’s Run Out”

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Fixed Income, Disability, and Single Mom Solutions

BUDGET PREPPING: Fixed Income, Disability, and Single Mom Solutions
Dane… “The Gunmetal Armory” Audio player provided!

Fixed Income, Disability, and Single Mom SolutionsThis week on The Gunmetal Armory, we are gonna discuss BUDGET PREPPING, Prepping on a Fixed Income, Prepping while on Disability, and finding Single Mom Solutions for building a BOB, a GOOD Bag, or even an INCH Bag for her kids or herself on very little money. My listeners are going to enjoy where we’re going to learn this information from. My wife, Mrs. Gunmetal, is going to be co-hosting the show with me this Thursday. Being a single mom herself for a number of years, gave her the ability to seek out and find budget options for all sorts of different things. And now she is going to apply that knowledge and experience to the Bug Out Bag. Read more “Fixed Income, Disability, and Single Mom Solutions”

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The values in intricacies of Spikenard

The values in intricacies of Spikenard
Lynna… “A Preppers Path” Audio player provided below!

The values in intricacies of SpikenardA brownie point for the first one to know what spikenard is! Ahhh the history of names and changes, for those of us in modern times Spikenard is none other than Lavender. That sweet but not too sweet aromatic herb that many either love or hate. Personally hate seems a bit strong and actually I’ve found many more who enjoy it’s distinct scent than don’t. The history of Lavender goes back some 2500 years and was even found in the Tomb of King Tut, believe it or not the aroma still faintly lingered. Read more “The values in intricacies of Spikenard”

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