Consumers are being advised to clear out their medicine chests and throw away expired prescription drugs and over-the-counter medications, but the real story is that people should be stocking their medicine chests with natural herbal first aid tools: they're far more effective than drugs, and they're far cheaper to stock as well.
Which ones am I talking about? Aloe vera is the #1 first aid tool, and every household should be growing aloe vera for emergencies: burns especially. The cactus is also good for cuts, scrapes, bug bites, and digestive disorders (by eating the gel).
Cayenne tincture is another herbal healer: cayenne pepper tincture stops bleeding, takes away the pain of arthritis, opens the breathing passages in asthmatics, revives people who are unconscious, alleviates chest pain due to heart disease, improves circulation to local areas and works all sorts of additional wonders.
Learn more about aloe vera and cayenne pepper tincture: they're truly lifesavers!
About the author: Mike Adams is a consumer health advocate and award-winning journalist with a passion for teaching people how to improve their health He is a prolific writer and has published thousands of articles, interviews, reports and consumer guides, and he has authored and published several downloadable personal preparedness courses including a downloadable course focused on safety and self defense. Adams is an independent journalist with strong ethics who does not get paid to write articles about any product or company. In 2010, Adams created TV.NaturalNews.com, a natural living video sharing site featuring thousands of user videos on foods, fitness, green living and more. He also launched an online retailer of environmentally-friendly products (BetterLifeGoods.com) and uses a portion of its profits to help fund non-profit endeavors. He's also the founder and CEO of a well known email mail merge software developer whose software, 'Email Marketing Director,' currently runs the NaturalNews email subscriptions. Adams volunteers his time to serve as the executive director of the Consumer Wellness Center, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, and practices nature photography, Capoeira, martial arts and organic gardening.
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