When you take a look at the possible side effects of traditional medicine and the types of potentially toxic chemicals in the pharmaceutical industry, it’s not hard to see why more and more people are seeking natural cures to their ailments.
Imagine being able to use natural herbs to cure your headache instead of a bottle of pills. What if you could find those herbs in your own backyard or grow them in your garden?
The Lost Book of Remedies is designed to provide you with the information you need to make that happen. The book promises to teach you about all-natural remedies that have been used since the dawn of time.
In this review, we’re going to go over what this book has to offer to help you decide if it’s right for you.
Who is Claude Davis?
The primary author of The Lost Book of Remedies is Claude Davis, a doctor and survival expert. Thanks to decades of experience in the field, Claude Davis has been able to amass a wealth of knowledge about the healing power of nature. However, he did not discover natural remedies alone.
Claude Davis’s family has a deeply rooted background in healing. His grandfather served as a doctor in World War II. During his time in battle, his grandfather treated injured soldiers with very little resources.
As history will tell you, the Second World War had over 75 million estimated casualties and even more injuries. While his grandfather had access to modern medicine, the sheer number of injuries he had to treat forced him to adopt natural remedies. This information was passed down to Claude Davis.
The author has also expanded his knowledge about natural medicine through years of survival training. In addition to writing the Lost Book of Remedies, Claude Davis has released several titles focused on surviving in the wild.
While those titles do include some basic information about natural remedies, the Lost Book of Remedies offers a more in-depth look at what herbs and plants can do.
To provide the most expansive and accurate information possible, Claude Davis got help from Dr. Nicole Apelian.
Dr. Apelian is a seasoned survivalist who got her start working in the Peace Corps. After spending time in Africa and learning all about the relationship between natural medicine and humans on the continent, Dr. Apelian continued her education.
She received her doctorate, focusing on Cultural Anthropology and sustainability.
Since obtaining her doctorate, Dr. Apelian has served as an adjunct professor at Prescott College and instructed thousands of students at schools across the nation.
What Should I Expect to Learn from the Book?
You can expect to learn more about plants than you ever thought possible. The Lost Book of Remedies is a great piece of resource material.
Even after you’ve studied the book, you’ll find yourself returning to it regularly. As you continue to gather real-world experience with this book as a guide, your knowledge of natural healing will grow.
Eventually, you can even start your very own medicinal garden.
Claude Davis has provided more than enough information to help you collect and cultivate plants for a lifetime of good health.
Components of the Lost Book of Remedies: What’s Inside?
The Lost Book of Remedies is broken up into several sections for easy reference.
Natural Remedy Guide
The first section is the first step of your natural healing journey. It acts as an introduction to the world of natural medicine and prepares you for the information that you will find later on in the book.
It’s important to read this section first. The information is quite valuable and will continue to serve as your guide in the future.
Harvesting and Application
Before you start harvesting wild plants and edibles, the book goes over the numerous ways that you can use them. Like all things in nature, plants and herbs can be used in several ways. This section teaches you how you to safely harvest the plants and what you can do to preserve them.
To make things easier for future reference, Claude Davis broke this section down into smaller parts that cover everything from drying to distillation. You’ll learn unique ways to use take advantage of a plant’s medicinal properties. Whether you’re looking to create oil infusions or syrups, you’ll find it here.
This is, perhaps, one of the most enjoyable parts of the book. Here, you’ll find a collection of useful plants that you might have around your backyard. The book goes into detail about everything from a marshmallow plant to a basic driveway weed. Claude Davis talks about the medicinal properties of these plants and what you can use them for.
Next up, we have forest plants. If you live near a forest, you can take the book with you on a foraging trip. You’ll be surprised at what you can find taking a leisurely stroll.
Many forest plants were used by Native Americans for hundreds of years.
This section will help you identify the most beneficial plants.
Prarie plants can be found in large fields, by bodies of water, and on rolling hills. Some of the plants in this section include cattails, Wooly Lamb’s Ear, and a weed that’s lovingly referred to as the “Cowboy’s Toilet Paper.”
You won’t just be looking down on the ground for medicinal plants. Many trees also have healing properties. This section helps you find those plants and goes into detail on what components are beneficial.
Last, but not least, there’s the treatment sections. This part of the book includes many common recipes that have been passed down from generation to generation. You might even find a familiar recipe that your grandparents used. As always, the book does more than provide instructions. You’ll learn about why they work and how to make the most out of the remedy.
When you purchase The Lost Book of Remedies, you’re also getting some great extras.
The first is a book that’s designed to get your medicinal garden up and running. It’s a useful bonus that can create a constant supply of natural remedies at home.
Clause Davis wrote this book to complement the Lost Book of Remedies. It includes information about cultivation, soil, and how to make the most out of limited space.
The second bonus you will receive is The Everyday Disaster Medicine Guidebook. Another great title to complement The Lost Book of Remedies, this book is all about surviving in disaster situations.
It has natural remedies for 20 of the most common infections and diseases that you may encounter.
Pros & Cons of the Lost Book of Remedies
The Pros and Cons of the lost book of remedies are listed below:
- Decreases your chances of encountering unwanted side effects
- Affordable alternatives to pricey pharmaceuticals
- Natural and toxin-free
- All methods are safe for most
- Allows you to follow a holistic healing approach
- Can customize your treatments to meet your specific needs
- All remedies are easy to prepare
- You may not have access to every plant mentioned in the book
- Some of the remedies take time to work
- Not every method will work for every situation
Conclusion: Is it Worth Reading?
All in all, The Lost Book of Remedies is a great way to learn more about natural healing. Because of all of the advancements made in the world of medicine, the art of natural healing is getting lost.
There’s a reason why these remedies have been passed down since the beginning of time. They’re effective for treating a wide variety of ailments without the worry of bad side effects.
The Lost Book of Remedies is filled with great information that you can use to shift to a healthier way of living. Thanks to the 60-day money-back guarantee, there’s nothing to lose.
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