The Lost Book Of Remedies, is helping Americans achieve medical self-sufficiency even in the darkest times using the time-tested methods of our grandparents without spending lots of money on toxic drugs and without side effects.
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What Happens When You Pour Salt Into A Cabbage?
Take a good look at this picture. Do you know what happens when you pour salt into a cabbage?
A. The salt mixes with the cabbage juice inside and begins to ferment.
B. The cabbage phytonutrients get “supercharged” by the acidity and turn into cholesterol sweepers.
C. After 3 days you get a very powerful natural painkiller.
This life-saving information was still common knowledge just a few generations ago.
Today it’s all but lost.
This forgotten cure in “The Lost Book of Remedies”, an old tome that tries to save the most powerful remedies of our forefathers.
It’s written for common folk with no plant knowledge and has lots of colored pictures for each medicinal plant, weed or tree in North America, to easily identify them.
“The Lost Book of Remedies” is just that.
More than 300 pages of our forefather’s most powerful medicinal plants and step-by-step instructions on how to turn them into powerful remedies.
If medicines vanish or you can’t get your Rx refilled in time you need this on your bookshelf.
“The Lost Book of Remedies” will give you the best natural alternatives to every pill in your medicine cabinet.
But don’t just take my word for it.
Their grandfather was one of the greatest healers in America, and spend most of their life using his old remedies. Most of the book is written closely following grandfather’s life-long plant journal, which he used to treat thousands of people.
The physical book has 300 pages, with 3 colored pictures for every plant and for every medicine.
It’s made for common folk with no previous plant knowledge. Especially now that we’ve lost so much of it to history. That’s why in times of crisis, this book will save many American lives.
When medicines will vanish, you’ll need this on your bookshelf.