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Month 5: Focus on Colds & Flu

Buy a Book:   Because I deleted Where There Is No Doctor and Be Your Own “Doctor” from the monthly lists, I have 2 free months (5 & 9) that don’t have anything slotted.  You have a few options: go … Continue reading

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Month 4: Focus on Nervines, Muscles, & Eyecare

Buy a Book:   If you may be caring for children, whether your own or someone else’s, add pediatric books here Suggestions: How to Raise a Healthy Child in Spite of Your Doctor (beginner) Herbal Healing for Children by Demetria … Continue reading

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The levels of medical preparedness

I was reading on another site about Tier 1, Tier 2, Tier 3, etc, and it got me to thinking about levels of preparedness.   I think it’s a good idea to not only define what we are preparing for, … Continue reading

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How Month 3 played out in my home

Well, this was an interesting month, but not in a medical prepping sort of way. We found out, after an ER visit (first time dh’s ever been to the ER), that he had 3 hernias and needed surgery.  We scheduled … Continue reading

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Month 3: Focus on Infection & Quarantine

Buy a Book:  Herbal Antibiotics, 2nd edition by Stephen Buhner (2012) or Herbal Antivirals by same, due out Sept 24, 2013 according to Amazon. There are 2 editions of Herbal Antibiotics, the first one published in the 1990s.  Get the … Continue reading

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How Month 2 played out in my home

Buy a Book:   general family medical books I already have the AMA Family Medical Guide (got it at Goodwill) so I instead bought Village Medical Manual, a book that I just found out about last month.  If you think … Continue reading

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Master list of med prep books

Since some might be haunting used book stores or Goodwill and want to pick up books as they find them (like me!), I thought it would be a good idea to post a master list of books to be on … Continue reading

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