Why You Should Put Honey on Wounds — and Other Favorite Home Remedy Tips from the Survival Doctor

Spring is nearly here. Millions of Americans are taking advantage of nicer weather to enjoy the great outdoors … and are coming home with bug bites, scrapes, sprains and allergic reactions.
When do you need to see a doctor, and when can you treat these kinds of minor maladies yourself? Ask James Hubbard, The Survival Doctor.
A long-time family physician and survival medicine expert, he has helped thousands of people learn essential first aid skills through his popular blog. Dr. Hubbard focuses on evidence-based medicine, not fly-by-night fads or old wives’ tales.
He will share proven natural remedies that have been shown to work in studies and are recommended by many doctors, including:

  • Why honey works as well as antibacterial ointment in treating wounds–and is more effective than cough medicine for children’s coughs.
  • A surprising use for cherry juice: it can reduce soreness after exercising.
  • Three free or inexpensive options for soothing frustrating poison ivy rashes.
  • How to use a neti pot to calm seasonal allergy symptoms.
  • Headache stretches that can be as good as or better than over-the-counter pain medicines for treating tension headaches and migraines.

Great call-in show!  Free books available for giveaway.

CREDENTIALS: James Hubbard, M.D., M.P.H., publishes the No. 1 survival medicine Web site and blog, TheSurvivalDoctor.com, which receives 400,000 unique visitors each month. He is the author of the new survival handbook LIVING READY POCKET MANUAL: FIRST AID (Living Ready Books).

AVAILABILITY: CO, nationwide by arrangement and via telephone

CONTACT: Leigh Ann Hubbard; (719) 505-2176 (CO); lahubbard@thesurvivaldoctor.com; www.thesurvivaldoctor.com

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