|Product Name||The Lost Ways (Published: November 10, 2017)|
|Book Author||Claude Davis|
|Type of Product||Survival|
|Cost of Product||The cost of the program is $37 + S&H one-time cost. Any Available Free Bonuses & Gifts Will Be Listed On Their WEBSITE|
In The Lost Ways is an informative 350-page survival paperback book, as well as in eBook form that is aim for preppers and survivalists. The book provides resources for how-to live off the land. Claude shows you how-to create your own herbal first aid kit with information on analgesics, anti-inflammatory, antispasmmodic, antimicrobial and diaphoretic herbs.
He gives you an overview of essential oils for preppers, homesteaders and anyone who wants to live the self-reliant lifestyle. Each chapter addresses a different, specific survival need that is critical in taking care of yourself and your family during a natural or man-made crisis.
The Purpose of Using Wild Lettuce (Opium Lettuce) and How It May Benefit You
Wild lettuce is a natural remedy sourced from the Lactuca virosa plant. Extracts of the plant’s sap, seeds, and leaves are typically used in wild lettuce products. Touted as a natural treatment for a wide range of health problems, wild lettuce is said to lower stress and relieve pain.
Wild Lettuce has a variety of traditional uses, including:
– Helps to subdue coughing
In addition, some individuals consume wild lettuce recreationally for its potentially mind-altering effects. Supposedly similar in action to opium (and used as an opium alternative by physicians in the 19th century), wild lettuce is said to possess sedative and hypnotic properties.
Because wild lettuce and its health effects have been tested in very few scientific studies, the safety of long-term or regular use of wild lettuce products (such as dietary supplements) is unknown.
However, there’s some concern that wild lettuce may trigger a number of side effects, including accelerated heart rate, difficulty breathing, dizziness, and extreme drowsiness. And, in some cases, applying wild lettuce to the skin may lead to skin irritation.
Additionally, people with benign prostatic hyperplasia or narrow-angle glaucoma should avoid use of wild lettuce. It’s thought that use of wild lettuce may aggravate these conditions.
Because wild lettuce may alter the function of the central nervous system, it also should be avoided for at least two weeks prior to undergoing surgery. Moreover, wild lettuce should not be used in combination with medications that affect the central nervous system (such as sedative medications like clonazepam and lorazepam).
It’s important to keep in mind that supplements haven’t been tested for safety and dietary supplements are largely unregulated. In some cases, the product may deliver doses that differ from the specified amount for each herb. In other cases, the product may be contaminated with other substances such as metals. Also, the safety of supplements in pregnant women, nursing mothers, children, and those with medical conditions or who are taking medications has not been established.
Due to the limited research, it’s too soon to recommend wild lettuce for any condition. It’s also important to note that self-treating a condition and avoiding or delaying standard care may have serious consequences. If you’re considering using wild lettuce, make sure to consult your physician first.
The Lost Ways Survivalist Book$37
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- Although negative side effects are uncommon, please consult a medical professional before consuming this product.
- Because of the nature of this product. Everybody is different and your results will vary.
- Consuming Wild Lettuce Can Make You Drowsy. Please Use Caution and DO NOT Drive.