When There Is No Doctor – Emergency Herbalism

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Training of Necessary Medical Skills in preparedness of  a time When There Is No Doctor         

The focus of this training assumes a scenario of a severe societal collapse where qualified medics, instruments, diagnostics, medicines, and other supplies are in limited supply and you are facing a potentially life and death crisis of a family member or neighbor.

This training will teach you essential skills to be able to handle extreme medical emergencies.  You’ll also learn what to stock up on, so you’ll always have the supplies needed on hand. 

Most Importantly, you will be learning simple effective herbal techniques.  How to identify useful wild medicinal plants, and how to make your own medicines (including poultices, tinctures, lotions, infusions, liniments, pills, and teas)

Having these skills may save your life, as people who have medical training are highly valued. 

It does not take long to learn the skills to effectively handle a medical emergency like this. 

And it doesn’t cost much to stock up on essential medical supplies that disappear first in any crisis. 

You can get the training you need so you know what to do, to be calm, to be resourceful, and to be able to save the lives of those you love.

If you are prepared, you will be able to act. 

Below is the list of essential skills that you will most likely need in a crisis.

This is what you will learn with the “When There Is No Doctor” training.

Topics:

  • Trauma Assessment and response
  • Recognizing and managing shock
  • Recognizing and managing dehydration
  • Gunshot, knife, chainsaw, axe, and every other wound type you can think of
  • Creating sterile field for surgery
  • Debriding, cleaning, suturing, and other wound closure techniques
  • Herbal wound management
  • Setting broken bones, sprains, splinting
  • Burns
  • Venomous snake and spider bites
  • Infection control: internal and external
  • Dental pain and infections
  • Herbal pain management
  • Managing respiratory infections
  • Herbs For Mental Health Issues
  • Herbal First Aid
  • Wild medicine plant walk
  • Useful medical equipment and supplies to keep on hand
  • Making and using your own medicine (tinctures, poultices, pills, lotions, etc.)
  • And More!

Format:

This Digital Workshop offers a combination of lectures, presentations, demonstrations, a virtual plant walk, and hands-on exercises for you to follow along with at home with the Practice Kit (recommended, but not required).

Presenter:

Dr. Patrick Jones is a practicing veterinarian since 1992. In addition, he is also a Traditional Naturopath and Clinical Herbalist. As a veterinarian, he regularly treats cases that most natural health practitioners never see: gunshot wounds, chronic diseases, and trauma make up a regular part of his everyday practice. Dr. Jones is highly acclaimed for his get ‘er done, good-natured, humorous style of teaching.   

Dr. Jones is also the founder of the Homegrown School of Botanical Medicine. He lives in Filer, ID regularly offering plant walks and workshops to teach the power of using plants to heal. He and his wife have 15 kids (most of them adopted) and with that much experience as a Dad you know he has treated just about every kind of malady you can imagine.

You’ll come away from the training strong, calm, valuable, and empowered.

WARNING: This training is for educational purposes only. The intention of the workshop is to make you a better assistant to trained medics in an emergency and guide you on useful items to stock up on. We do not offer official certifications, medical advice, diagnostics, or treatments of any kind.

 

A Brief Reminder Of Everything You Will Learn:

  • Trauma Assessment and response
  • Recognizing and managing shock
  • Gunshot, knife, chainsaw, axe, and every other wound type you can think of.
  • Creating sterile field for surgery
  • Debriding, cleaning, and closing wounds (including suturing and another remarkable wound closure technique)
  • Herbal wound management
  • Assessing and managing Dehydration
  • Setting broken bones, sprains, splinting
  • Burns
  • Venomous snake and spider bites
  • Infection control: internal and external
  • Dental pain and infections
  • Herbal Pain management
  • Managing Respiratory infections
  • Herbal First AID
  • Wild medicine plant walk
  • Useful medical materials and supplies to keep on hand
  • Making and using your own medicines (tinctures, poultices, pills, lotions, etc
    (And Much, Much More!)

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Lila Nelson
Posted 1 month ago
Very practical knowledge

Very useful information. I love the teaching style. It is so easy to understand. Definitely the best place to start for baby herbalist, and people wanting to become more self-sufficient thank you

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Angie Mason
Posted 3 months ago
WOW!! More information than I imagined!

As an educator, I firmly believe this curriculum should be taught in high schools! I will watch all lectures again; don't want to miss a syllable! I have found a new love! This is just another confirmation that God is GOD! Thank you Doc Jones for sharing your brilliant knowledge!

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Bonnie Guffey
Posted 4 months ago
Everyone needs this class

This class was full of important information. Dr. Jones teaches in a way that is fun and easy to understand. The demonstrations are easy to follow. I took this class because I have a son with special needs and regular medicine was not helping. They wanted to do a biopsy in his mouth and my husband said try herbs first. I’ve been giving him immune support and plantain and the problem is gone.

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