The latest threat to the government’s Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) plandemic agenda is betadine, an iodine-based nasal spray that is helping people to stay safe and protected against the Chinese Infection. Much like ivermectin, betadine is being called “dangerous” by the powers that be because it protects and heals without the need for hand sanitizer, face masks, “vaccines,” and lockdowns – … Continue reading Iodine the new ivermectin: Government, media attacking all covid remedies that actually work
Can you recognize a wound infection — and do you know how to prevent it? These tips can help you keep a wound from getting infected. When a disease-causing microbe grows within the injured skin, it may lead to an infection. The person may notice red streaks and increased heat on the skin around the wound. The … Continue reading Treating wounds: How to recognize and prevent wound infection
Basic hygiene practices such as washing hands with soap and water are taught from childhood. On top of washing, many people also use antiseptics to better get rid of germs. Rubbing alcohol, hydrogen peroxide, and iodine are some common antiseptics found in most homes. (h/t to BeansBulletsBandagesAndYou.com) Which is which: antiseptics, disinfectants, and antibiotics Preventing infection … Continue reading DIY medical tips: What are antiseptics and why do you need them?
While you’re in civilization, modern medicine is always within arm’s reach thanks to pharmacies, clinics, and hospitals. But if you’re trapped in the wilderness for a couple of days or longer, you’re going to need more than a simple first aid kit. In other parts of the world, certain tribes and cultures still rely on … Continue reading Natural first-aid treatments of old can help you survive off-grid emergencies