The Natural First Aid Handbook

The Natural First Aid Handbook

Household Remedies, Herbal Treatments, Basic Emergency Preparedness Everyone Should Know

Book - 2017
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Workman Press.
This A-to-Z guide to the most common emergency situations, ailments, and injuries focuses on how to use household, herbal, and homeopathic remedies safely and effectively in combination with basic emergency-response procedures and protocols.

Cayenne pepper can stop bleeding. Garlic helps alleviate a toothache. Honey soothes a burn. When an emergency situation arises, simple home remedies can play a vital role in easing symptoms and providing immediate help. Become an effective first responder with a combination of best first-aid practices, herbs, and standard homeopathic applications. This quick-reference handbook spells out hundreds of life-saving techniques, commonsense tips, and time-tested herbal remedies that everyone should know. From how to perform basic CPR and the Heimlich Maneuver to the best immediate response to natural disasters, you’ll find the most practical, effective actions to take to ensure survival.

Baker & Taylor
An A-to-Z handbook combines hundreds of life-saving techniques, common-sense tips and time-tested herbal remedies with basic emergency-response procedures and protocols that will ensure survival, in a book that covers stings, sprains, burns, allergies, fractures and much more. Original.

& Taylor

Presents a range of simple home remedies for common household emergencies, including chile pepper for frostbite, garlic for an asthma attack, and apple cider vinegar for bug bites.

Publisher: North Adams, MA : Storey Publishing, [2017]
ISBN: 9781612128573
Branch Call Number: 616.0252
Characteristics: 185 pages : illustrations ; 18 cm


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