Medicinal Herbal Library 2



                   Welcome to the Herbal Survival’s 
                        Medicinal Herbal Library

Herbs on this page

  1. Slippery Elm bark
  2. Ginger
  3. Garlic
  4. Echinacea
  5. Lemon Balm
  6. Cayene
  7. Wild Cherry Bark
  8. White Willow Bark
  9. Verivain
  10. Horehound
  11. Astrilligus Root
  12. Dandelion Root
  13. Red Clover
  14. and more to come “Daily”


The Wonders of Slippery Elm

Traditional Use

Slippery elm was one of the most useful medicinal plants of the American wilderness. Native Americans from the Missouri River Valley used a tea of the fresh inner bark to make a soothing laxative. Among the Creek, a poultice of the bark was a toothache remedy. The Osage and other groups applied bark poultices to extract thorns and gunshot balls. Surgeons during the American Revolution used bark poultices as their primary treatment for gunshot wounds, and a soldier, separated from his company, survived for ten days in the wilderness on slippery elm and sassafras barks. During the War of 1812, when food was scarce, British soldiers fed their horses on slippery elm bark. Nineteenth-century physicians recommended slippery elm broth as a wholesome and nutritious food for infants and invalids, and the tea has long been the herbal treatment of choice for acute stomach ulcers and colitis.
Survival Properties: As a nutritional supplement in case of a food shortage. If famine broke out one could survive with this herb alone with a pure water supply. This her is also good for Ulcers, Systs Growths and even cancer. Is also good for Cold and Flus A powerhouse of a Nutrient! do not pass this one up.
How to make a “moc” chocolate milk drink with slippery Elm.
The Recipe:
Take 10 oz. Hot Milk 
2 tblspns Slippery Elm Bark Powder
1 tspn spoon honey
This can be added to fruit juices and create a freshness / earthy flavor. It adds a healthiness to a good quality fruit juice or add it to a freshly juiced juice e.g. apple celery carrot  or sprinkles some throughout your cereals hot or cold. Watch the difference!!!
So why is it so Great !!!
Slippery Elm was also used by native americans to remove the gamey taste out of their meats. It was also used to gel certain kinds of foods. this is because slippery Elm will absorb almost 20 times its volume and becomes like a liquid oatmeal ( this is also known as a gruel).
In case of famine slippery Elm can be used as a food. Because it also provides nourishment throughout the body and organs. it is the only herb that will, as it goes throughout the entire organ system of the body locate an ulcer  or cancerous sore;  stay within them and provide nourishment to the ulcer or sore and flush out the cancer , bacteria’s thus aiding in the healing of the sores over time
How safe is Slippery Elm Bark. It is so safe it can be given to an infant in replacement of formula.
Note: due to slippery elms demuculant properties and it High absorption do not take this with any medication because it may effect the absorption of certain pharma drugs and will slow the absorption rate thus altering med levels.
Slippery Em is also great for cronic diarrhea especially for babies. 
In my personal opinion no home should be without this herb. The gruel can be taken hot or cold 
Using a high grade tincture in 8 oz. of hot water make a good nourishing Slippery Elm Tea.

The Benefits of Ginger and Raw Honey:

Fresh Ginger and Honey can be used to aid many ailments such as:
Respiratory Problems: known for its expectorant properties.
Asthma:  it is said that Ginger Honey mixed with a little black pepper will help reduce the effects of asthma.
Also Fresh Ginger & honey is high in antioxidants properties and thereby will increase the immunity of the body.
Please note: if you have or had gallstones do not use ginger because regular usage of ginger is said to cause gallstones.

Survival Properties: This herb is antiviral in the event of a medicine shortage this herb can be used to fight viruses as well as calm vomiting and morning sickness. this herb is also anti-inflammatory and a great aid for the digestive system.
Ginger Tea Recipe:
peal and slice (2) 1 inch pieces of peeled ginger Root place in already boiling water for 3-5 minutes. let simmer and reduce for another 2-3 minutes let cool add honey and or honey & lemon to taste if using for medicinal purposes do not add sweetener. Any sweetener added to a processed herb will effect and potentially defeat the medicinal properties of that herb.
Honey & Ginger Tonic:
Follow Ginger Tea Recipe without honey or lemon and then let Cool place in Glass only jar for up to 1 week  Keep in dark cool place take 1 teaspoon full for digestive problems as needed. add pepper to tonic as it is used do not store with pepper mixed in. Also add honey and or honey and or lemon separate of the herb go with a 1 to 1 ratio 1 tspn of ginger tonic to 1 tspn of honey and or honey and lemon.
When working with Ginger & Honey Always Practice with Sanitary practices us glass or stainless steel pots and jars. “DO NOT USE any form of Casting or aluminum or plastics they will become contaminated because these are a few surfaces that are Pores.