What would you do for medical care if there was a huge natural disaster, a terrorist attack, economic collapse, civil war or major societal collapse?
This is an interactive online course that will be taught once a week on Wednesday evenings for 8 weeks, beginning on September 24th, 2014.
The SHTF (Sh*t Hits the Fan)-Medicine series is a 16-hour introduction into medical self-sustainability in a world without clinics, doctors, emergency rooms, antibiotics and pharmaceutical drugs.
Our natural environment is a filled with extremely powerful medicinal plants if you know how to use them. Learn basic post-disaster techniques that incorporate some of the most potent medicine from the outdoors. Medicine that anyone can use if they have the knowledge and skill to use it. Plant medicine that rivals pharmaceutical medicine in many cases, grows all around us and is available even after a disaster.
I have decided to create a 16-hour course that will give you an introduction to disaster herbal medicine. An introduction that is complete enough to get you up and running on the road of self-sustainability right now, or in the future if we were to suffer a catastrophe that took our modern medical conveniences away.
16 hours is not very much time, but I can give you a broad enough foundation to build upon that you can walk away much more confident about medical care for yourself and your family in the face of disaster.
For a full course description and a listing of each topic covered in the course, visit our course catalog page.
Dates: Wednesday evenings, 9/24 – 11/12. 7 – 9 pm.
Location: Online interactive course. Login information is sent out upon registration into the course.
Tuition: $200, includes an electronic version of the Herbal Medic Field Guide.
Premium Class Option: $450 for full 4-week class, the electronic version of the Herbal Medic Field Guide, and the herbal first aid kit, shipped anywhere in the US.
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