Medicinal herbs, the ones to grow!
Cat Ellis “Herbal Prepper Live”
I’ve been reading a number of blog posts lately, each listing what herbs are most important for preppers to grow in a medicinal herb garden. This is my chance to weigh in, because I think most of them have got it all wrong. Sure garlic and chamomile and thyme are wonderful, but there’s more- so much more than can and should be done.
And here is just one of many reasons why: the primaries in South Carolina and Nevada may have given us a glimpse of who will be the next President of the United States. While things could still change, the front runners are Hillary and Trump. I just finished listening to Trump promise to repeal the ironically named “Affordable Care Act”, aka ObamaCare, if he’s elected President. The Hildebeast pushed single-payer when she was the First Lady, and wants to build onto ObamaCare if elected President.
Either way, access to the medical system and how medical bills get paid, are likely to change in the next couple of years.
Whether this change will be good or not, remains to be seen. Will we still have access to only one option- sick care from our medical system? Sick care has a place. People get sick. But, the goal should be to improve and get off the maintenance medicines, something rarely seen, and not to just maintain a state of unwellness. Plus, it will still probably be expensive.
I cannot stress enough the necessity to grow your own herbs, learn to identify the medicinal plants in your area, and make your own herbal remedies. If you truly want affordable health care, this is where you start. Herbal medicine is your medicine. You have a right to grow your own herbs and make your own herbal preparations.
In this episode, I cover some of the herbs that I think are “must grow” herbs. Some of these will be antibiotic, antiviral, anti-inflammatory, decongestant, analgesic, and some will repel disease or venom-carrying pests.
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