There are many issues that are best handled with the support of the latest technology and modern equipment and facilities. Sure enough, some of the items I tell you to stock up on are modern equipment and, indeed, many of these things are indispensable when it comes to dealing with certain medical conditions.
Unfortunately, you probably will not have the resources needed to stockpile a massive medical arsenal. Even if you are able to do so, there are concerns. Your supplies will last only a certain amount of time. Depending on the number of people you are medically responsible for, you can expect to be shocked at the rapidity with which your precious medications and other items are used up. Tough decisions may have to be made when you’re down to that last box of gauze.
One solution is to grossly overstock on commonly used medical supplies, but this, too, is costly and doesn’t really solve your problem; even large stockpiles will eventually dry up when dealing with the common injuries and illnesses you’ll encounter.
Therefore, you must devise a strategy that will allow you to provide medical care for the long run: Something that might allow you to produce substances that will have a medical benefit without having a pharmaceutical factory at your disposal.
Well, there is another option: The plants in your own backyard or nearby woods. You might ask yourself, “I thought I was reading an article by a medical doctor. What’s all this plant stuff?”
To answer this, we have to look at the history of medicine. Physicians have occupied different niches in society over the ages, from priests during the time of the pharaohs, to slaves and barbers in imperial Rome and the dark ages, and artists during the Renaissance.
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