Natural Cures: 5 Science-Backed Wound Healers found in Nature

5 Science-Backed Wound Healers Found in Nature


Two things to have around that can save your life: Big Jar of good, local Honey and an Aloe Vera Plant.

Think Practical, Live Simply and Prepare Accordingly.


The Practical Med Cabinet: Curicyn Wound Care Clay


Friend of mine who runs an all size animal rescue swears by this stuff.

She uses it on open wounds and it works particularly well on damaged horse hooves.

The great thing about it is if things get tough, it is approved for use on humans as well! (Kinda like another Vet Medicine we all know!)

Pick You up a few Jars of Curicyn to keep around the house, the way things are going, Vet and medical care might be hard to come by soon.

Med Corner: The Basics of IV Fluids for Emergency Scenarios



Disclaimer: This is meant to be a brief overview and not a detailed guide on IVs. Please seek qualified medical training before attempting any of these steps. 


If you are not budgeting for Annual Training from Reputable Folks in Civilian Field/Trauma Medical you are cutting yourself way short.


Stuck Pig Medical

Lone Star Medics


Mountain Man Medical And Their Free Online Course

Mountain Man Medical And Their Free Online Course


I have long been a big advocate of Armed Citizens taking some form of Emergency Medical Trauma Training.

It’s common sense logic that if you carry a gun for self-defense you need to know how to plug the holes that gun (or knife) can make, both for yourself and other folks you care about.

Although NOTHING can substitute HANDS-ON training IMO, this FREE 105 minute course is definitely worth your time!