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Wanda Knows First-Aid

by Wanda H.

March 2006

I just wanted to thank you for your quality products. I notice that your herbs are much fresher than those I get elsewhere and much more economical.

Two items I now keep in my first aid kit are the Plantain leaf and Bentonite clay.

My 5-year-old burned his finger while camping. I didn't have any hot water handy to soften the Plantain leaf, so I just put some in my mouth and chewed until soft. It wasn't very sterile, but I applied the softened leaves under a bandage. Immediately, he looked at me with surprised relief, "It doesn't hurt any more!" The finger didn't blister, and he discarded the bandage the next day.

I keep a ziplock bag with about a tablespoon or so of the Bentonite clay mixed with distilled water. Whenever someone gets a festered place, pimple, infected sore, etc., I plaster some of the prepared clay onto the area and cover with a bandage. The clay draws out any infection and speeds healing. This works well for infected paper cuts on hands as it provides a protective covering for the area and keeps it from painfully breaking open before it has time to mend.

Thank you again for all you do.

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Dear Shoshanna,
I am so excited that I hardly know where to begin. First of all, I want to thank you for sending us the complimentary food-grade glycerin for
tinctures!

We have been your customers for the last three or so years. Your service is always wonderful and shipping is quick. We appreciate the time and effort you put into educating those of us who wish to learn more about using herbs safely, especially for those of us who are oftentimes nursing and pregnant
or both. :-)

I have gained so much knowledge from your website, reviews, and the books that you sell. Thank you to your family from ours. We had dreamed of being able to take care of our family with herbs and when we had found you through your parents' website for NGJ ministry, it was an answer to prayer. Out of all our four children, we've only had one of them take antibiotics for just one little occasion. I didn't know then what I know now. I thank the Lord for making our pathway straight and helping us as we sought this information.

I wanted to let you know about our website work, especially the magazines because we are working on product reviews. I have directed many people your way for various books, herbs, and information.

I was also wanting to thank you for sending out the recent emails and tutorials on making tinctures. I have been told by mouth how to make them but didn't feel completely comfortable about tackling the feat myself (my husband made the bilberry one first) until I saw your DVD. For a busy homeschooling momma, this product is such a blessing. Thank you to all who produced it.

Please tell your mother I said, "Hello" and give her a big hug from me. I read her "Created to Be His Help Meet" years ago and have gone through the book at least four times since. It has allowed us to continue our honeymoon and sweet stage even to this day (almost eight years) and has allowed me to direct many women to it. I have been blessed with starting our marriage out right and further polishing it with that amazing book along with so many others from other Titus 2 women.


For His glory,
Franicia


Did You Know?

Split ends and frail hair can be drastically reduced by simply consuming Horsetail cut and/or powder. Also, weak and thin fingernails can be stronger and thicker after just a few weeks. The nutritional structure of Horsetail is well known as one of the best cures for such annoyances. Just add a bit of the cut herb to any tea combination. In a tincture, it would even be more effective. The powder can also be encapsulated, if you prefer. Continue usage even after you see improvements to make them more permanent.

Kelp would be our second choice as a nutritional powerhouse that can make a noticeable difference. Consuming both would be the best way to tackle it.