20 Herbal Remedies for the Winter Season

20 Herbal Remedies for the Winter SeasonWhile the winter season brings joy to both the young and the old as families come together, it also brings some health problems we shouldn’t ignore.  We are all familiar with the common cold and the flu and we know they can strike when we are stressed or run down. The following herbal remedies will help you deal with all the problems the cold season may bring.

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How to Field Treat an Injury

How to Field Treat an InjuryIt doesn’t matter what activity you are involved in or how the injury is incurred, most injuries can be treated immediately in the field. Sudden overstretching a muscle can result in acute muscle injury in the field or at home. Minor injuries, however, do not require a doctor’s help in treating. They can be treated in the wilderness with the right knowledge and supplies.

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Treating wounds with honey and sugar

Prepper's Will - Treating wounds with sugar and honeyTreating wounds using alternative healing methods will become a vital skill when there is no doctor around. Besides providing you with the much needed food, your pantry also holds two items that will help you treat wounds: honey and sugar. These two ingredients are very effective at cleansing and healing traumatic wounds.

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Sugardine – A cheap homemade antiseptic

Prepper's Will - Sugardine A Homemade AntisepticSugardine is a homemade antiseptic that uses the antibacterial proprieties of sugar and iodine to prevent and kill infections. Sugardine was developed in the old days as a primary method to treat abscesses and thrush on the hooves of horses. However, only a few people know that this homemade antiseptic is also effective for humans. It is cheap and easy to make, and it is a perfect solution for preppers and survivalists.

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