Seven Wild Plants for First-Aid

Seven Wild Plants for First-Aid

There are a number of plants grown in the wild that are normally used as first aid if stranded or living off-grid. Here are seven choices you’ll be able to use till you’ll reach professional medical facilitate.

  1. Yarrow: Found growing wild all across the United States and Canada, Native American cultures normally used yarrow as a medicine for its highly antimicrobial and anti-infectious properties. Yarrow can also be used to slow down bleeding. Steep yarrow gently into a tea and drink slowly to assist with colds, muscle cramps, fevers, aches and pain, ulcers, and to open all your passages for easier breathing.
  2. Elderberries & Flowers: We often see elderberry tea, but the flowers are even more powerful in aiding recovery from colds, flu and all respiratory issues. Elder shrub flowers, when gently steeped and cooled, make a remarkable eye wash for pink eye or conjunctivitis and different eye irritations.
  3. Aloe Vera: Native to Mexico and the Southwestern U.S., Aloe vera plants can now be found in most people’s kitchens due to their abilities to quickly soothe burns, cuts, scrapes, rashes and skin irritations. The internal gel of the wide-bladed leaves is right to be used in protecting and repairing the skin from overexposure to the sun and wind. Eat only the inner gel of the aloe vera to soothe all digestive system concerns, even constipation, diarrhea, ulcers, colitis, acid reflux and more. Keep in mind to use only the plant’s internal gel, …

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