Learn how to use nature to cure almost every ailment, and how to benefit from medicinal plants when camping in the great
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Male: Lora, do you know where you at?
Laura: Yes, I do Dick. I am in the mix hard wood conifer forest.
Dick: I am impressed. But you know something else; you are in a pharmacy also.
Dick: Every place that you look around here, you are looking at different kinds of medicines coming out of these different kinds plants. And we have stuff for the cuts for burns, for pain, for stomach ache on and on and on. And I would like to show something.
Laura: I would like to see some.
Dick: First of all cuts. Here is where this amazing plant yellow which grows all over the world comes in. It chew the leaves, apply it to the cut and it would cause clothing and begin to heal rapidly.
Liquid, soft pitch can also be smeared over a cut and it is emollient. Has a fever suiting effect from burns, we take older bark, we infuse it until you will have a dark brown liquid and then use that as a wash over the burn. And again for first degree burns, we can use that liquid pitch in the same way and it also kills pain with very rapidly.
Now directly for pain such as headache or body pains, willow leaves for willow tea made from the bark works very well, for the stomach again, willow tea and Labrador tea.
And as an addition here, pit moss or sigmoid moss can be use as a sponge to sponge a blood. It can be use as a wash cloth or as a sanitary napkin and it is also the best toilet paper growing.
Laura: That was great Dick, thanks very much. Listen, I had a recent operation on my shoulder and the scar is really bothering me. What can you do for?
Dick: Well, all we have to do is clog here and collect some paper bodes, rub them on the pain will go away.
Laura: Fantastic, but if I was one of our viewers who is not leaving in this area, could I also go into my backward and find it out about plants that would.
Dick: Or maybe not exactly your backward, but figuratively speaking yes because there are excellent publications available. Here is a very good one on the last on audible and additional plants.
Dick: And other one here for the Rockies. And this one covers all of the Midwest as the one of the best books that I know it in the whole thing.
Laura: So really, anybody can learn about the uses of medicine plants.
Dick: Stuff covers all of North America. So, let us go and get you some paper bonds.