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Doom and Bloom Hour Jan 26, 2013: Wilderness Wound Care, Medicinal Garden

      Today, Jan 26, 2013,  Dr. Bones and Nurse Amy will review their Florida preparedness adventures, including a medical emergency Dr. Bones handled, from the past two weeks. Nurse Amy presents a 101 on starting a medicinal garden and a part 1 on some awesome plants to grow.

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My Medicinal Garden Part 4/What Isn’t Growing!

Medical Preparedness and Medicinal Plants I wanted to share some more medicinal plants that I have growing in my garden, but today I’m going to share with you the ones that ARE NOT growing… Every plant has a general growing zone which provides a guideline for planting. Sometimes, if you

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My Medicinal Garden Part 3 / Principles of Herbal Healing

Nurse Amy in her raised gardens Medicinal Garden Plants and Herbal Healing I wanted to provide you with some principles of herbal healing before reviewing a few of my medicinal garden plants. These are basic common sense rules, but are worth learning if you decide to utilize herbal healing. These

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My Medicinal Garden Part 2

Nurse Amy in her garden ( not the medicinal garden) My Medicinal Garden Part 2: More Medicinal Plants This is a continuing list of my medicinal garden plants, part 2. Catnip: Nepeta cataria    zones 3-8 Lamiaceae family, Medicinal/Beverage/Aromatic Medicinal uses: To settle the stomach, sedative and since it powerfully

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My Medicinal Garden Part 1

Nurse Amy in her gardens (not the medicinal garden) Natural Remedies My background and education, Advanced Registered Nurse Practitioner, Certified Nurse-Midwife and a Master’s Degree in Science of Nursing all focused on traditional medical strategies. My midwifery training at the University of Miami did include some natural remedies, but they

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When a Civilization Collapses

Collapse in progress! Hey Prepper Nation, After gathering food and building a shelter, most people in the preparedness community consider personal and home defense to be the next priority in the event that our civilization collapses.  Certainly, defending oneself is important; you will have to be prepared to defend your life,

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