In this guide you’ll see the abundance of naturally growing herbs to treat infections, and prevent bleeding.
This is great information to have as a survivalist, prepper… or just an avid hiker.
What you’re going to learn here is meant to prevent external infections.
Honestly, this stuff works better than Neosporin or any of those other things.
Let’s get started…
This grows everywhere in the Wild.
You may also transplant it into your garden so you have easy access at home.
Both the leaves and flowers are great for antibacterial and anti-coagulant properties.
Another one you can find everywhere.
It’s great for soaking up blood, and putting straight on an infection.
|Freshness test: To check its freshness, simply pull the strands and look closely to see if there’s a small white rubber band that pulls apart with it.|
The flowers of this plant are great for rebuilding collagens and has great antimicrobial benefits.
Also helps ease inflammation.
There’s a good chance you have this growing in your garden.
Great for treating infections.
This is popular for treating infections.
The one word of caution here is if you’re treating a deep infection.
Comfrey will often heal from the outside in, opposed to inside out.
Sealing in the infection.
Raw honey is great of any type of infection. Packed full of antibacterial properties.
It can also draw gravel out of “road rash” type scrapes.
Coconut oil has similar properties to raw honey.
If you’d prefer not to mess around with these ingredients.
And simply want to a pre-made salve to take with you on the go…
Check out my pre-made salve here.
If you want to make it yourself, check out the first aid salve video supplied with this course.
Either way, feel better knowing that there’s an abundance of antibacterial, and anti-coagulant plants out there to use when needed.
Until next time…
Dr. Nicole Apelian