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Prepper’s Natural Medicine

Review Last Updated: March 25, 2020
Terry Daine
Product Review by Terry Daine
Product Features
  • Easy-to-read herbal charts
  • 184 Pages
  • Step-by-step instructions throughout
  • Tips for stockpiling natural medicines

Introduction

Today we'll be reviewing the Prepper’s Natural Medicine.

Our reviews are based on in-depth research and product analysis. Let's dive in!

Pros

  • Easy-to-read herbal charts
  • Step-by-step instructions throughout
  • Explains remedies for a variety of issues

Cons

  • Not very useful for more drastic survival situations that will have long-term effects (i.e., no ability to grow herbs or access to health stores)

Prepper’s Natural Medicine Product Review

While natural medicine is not without its skeptics, during times of crises, it can be a matter of life-or-death for you and your family, as Cat Ellis shows in this useful guidebook.

If you unfortunately end up in a situation without access to doctors or hospitals, this book gives you clear advice on how to create the best home remedies to cure you, or even save your life. These include remedies for infections, poison ivy, burns, flu, and even broken bones.

Ellis describes these techniques with easy-to-read herbal charts and a clear explanation of the various essential oils. There are step-by-step instructions on how to create your own salves and elixirs, which is incredibly beneficial, especially if you are entirely new to the world of natural medicine.

Despite being clear and concise, the book is comprehensive and practical. It gives you detailed instructions on not only what ingredients to use and how to prepare them, for example, but also the appropriate dosage you will need.

Although there is a lot of detail, it is the shortest out of our five books, and is relatively lightweight. It would, therefore, make a great option to take in your backpack when you venture into the outdoors.

One issue that some readers have mentioned is that the book fails to acknowledge a more drastic situation where you would be completely unable to grow certain herbs or make your own ointments. Depending on the level of survival you are focusing on, it is worth considering whether this approach to natural medicine would be useful to you.

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