The Official Edible and Medicinal Plant Handbook Classic

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About the author:
Robert W. Pelton is considered to be one of the most respected survival experts in the country. He was the featured speaker on survival and long term food storage at every major national exposition during the Y2K scare in the 1990s.
He has published a series of four outstanding pocket survival manuals which were the result of 30 years of intense data collecting and firsthand experience, both in and outside the military.
These unique survival guides were designed to fit in a backpack and have been widely proclaimed by many leading authorities to be the best and most practical of their kind in the world.
Pelton has been much in demand as a speaker to diverse groups all over the United States on a great variety of survival subjects pertaining to both suburban and wilderness survival techniques. Included are such topics as buying and stocking a backpack, building shelters in the wilderness, long-term food storage for the home, edible and medicinal plants, and so on.
Tom R. Murray offers this: "Mr. Pelton puts together rare combinations of intellectual energies as a writer and speaker that will captivate all levels of an audience. I feel that no one can involve an audience and deliver an important message more than Mr. Robert Pelton."
Mr. Pelton may be contacted for convention speaking engagements, speaking before church, scouting and other groups. and can be reached at:
Survival Specialists
865-776-6644 or 910-339-5354

The Official Edible and Medicinal Plant Handbook Classic

Special Power Hour Edfition

Authored by Robert W. Pelton

Modern medicine borrows heavily from plants in the never ending quest for improved remedies.
Of all the prescription drugs sold in the United States, an
American Indians, by necessity, developed a vast expertise in plant medicines.
And early settlers from England and Western Europe brought to the New World their knowledge of medical treatment with plants.
Herbal home remedies were handed down in those families over many generations.
In Colonial days, no drugstores could be found on street corners and few, if any, trained doctors.
People were forced to rely on homemade medicines.
It goes without saying that the greatest pharmacy in the world is found in plants scattered throughout the countryside.
When properly used, these plants have incredibly effective medicinal properties.
Plants can and should be utilized when faced with an emergency medical situation or where survival may be in question.

It doesn't take a genius to understand the one most important aspect of surviving. It's having access to drinkable water! Without water a person can't live more than three days.
The second most important thing is food! Men have been known to live more than a month without food. But there's absolutely no need for any person to be deprived of something to eat. Nature is and always has been a good and reliable provider. Everyone should know how to properly use her. Learn to live off the land. It really isn't that difficult.

Publication Date:
1453870970 / 9781453870976
Page Count:
Binding Type:
US Trade Paper
Trim Size:
8" x 10"
Black and White
Related Categories:
Medical / Emergency Medicine

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