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Free plants are those plants normally designated as weeds that could, in fact, prove to be real survival plants. Whether it’s the lowly, sunny dandelion or the low-growing, invasive Purslane, there are plants that grow coast to coast. From Alfalfa to Yarrow these weed plants can keep you fed, keep you healthy and keep you warm.

The newest e-guide by Sunshine Brewer is “Coast to Coast Survival Plants”. This 60-page, full-color downloadable e-guide describes those free plants that can be found in most, if not all areas of the United States. These are the same plants that have been used for millennia by Sunshine’s Native American ancestors for everything from sweetening, to fever reduction, to clothing.

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In a survival situation or severe economic downturn, the free plants could season your meals, keep your children entertained, and your pets flea-free. Some of these wild plants can be baked and eaten just like potatoes, added to soup to thicken the broth or tossed with some dressing for a yummy salad.

Other free plants produce seeds that can be ground into flour and baked into bread. While some plants can be used to stop bleeding or to cure infected wounds, there are others that can be used as toilet paper or candlewicks.

Here are just a few of the 28 survival plants that can be found in this helpful e-guide:

  • Amaranth - once a mainstay in almost all primitive diets
  • Blackberry - all ages will benefit from its use
  • Chickweed - helps reduce fluid retention
  • Dandelion - for salads, soups, warts and beads
  • Horsetail - make for a good child’s toy
  • Lambsquarters - fast growing, hardy and found everywhere
  • Nettle - best remedy for the sting is to avoid it in the first place
  • Oak Moss - a staple in the perfume industry
  • Purslane - a staple food in many other cultures
  • Smartweed - seeds taste like lemon pepper
  • Wood Sorrel - called the American Shamrock

“Coast to Coast Survival Plants” is full of anecdotes gathered from a life-time of gathering, processing and using wild plants. Learn how Sunshine’s ancestors survived the Spanish flu in the early 1900’s by using the plants that grew in around them. You might smile at the image of a 5-year-old little girl being chased by an angry momma raccoon. The wisdom passed down from grandparent to grandchild and subsequently passed down to the next generation, is now being passed to you.

Here are just a few of the things you will learn:

  • Which seeds will control high cholesterol
  • What juice to use for children with the flu
  • How to color primitive flours so they are more appetizing
  • The plant to pack bleeding wounds with
  • What roots to combine for a tasty coffee substitute
  • What to use as a pot scrubber

Just that brief glimpse reveals that this guide includes the medicinal, edible and utilitarian uses of those free plants that can be found in almost every corner of our nation. Chances are that a short walk around your place will reveal a few of these survival plants. Even if you live in the city you can find some of these plants growing in empty lots, in alleys and in the parks.

“Coast to Coast Survival Plants” should be part of everyone’s preparedness library.

Since you can download it immediately after purchase, you don’t have to worry about shipping costs or waiting three to four weeks for delivery. Then you can store it on your computer, or even better, print it off and put it in a binder. That way, if the power is out you can still use the guide to identify those free plants growing in the ditch across the street or in the woods behind your house.

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For $29.95 (just $9 more) you will get not only "Coast to Coast Survival Plants" but you will also receive:

  • "Medicinal Plants Wild and Cultivated" - A 37-page, full-color guide of medicinal herbs and other wild plants to use for treating varying health issues, plus recipes and a complete index. $16.95
  • "Primitive Dye Techniques and Plants" - a six page instruction guide, complete with full-color photos and step-by-step instructions for using plants to dye a wide variety of plant fibers and cloth. $4.95
  • "How to Make Rope & Twine from Plant Fibers" – a five page instructional guide, complete with full-color photos and step-by-step instructions for turning a bunch of weeds into a handy cord. $4.95
  • "Disaster - Understand Prepare Survive" - a 62-page e-book describing how to prepare for almost every type of disaster, including WMD. $12.95
  • "Preparedness for Kids" - a bright and colorful 21-page fun guide with links to interactive learning games teaching survival preparedness to children. $7.76
  • "Disaster Preparedness for Your Pets" - there are things you need to do to ensure that your pets survive. $7.45

That's a $80.00 value for only...$29.95

PLUS...As an extra bonus, you will receive the following purchasing guides to getting started on your preparedness goods and long-term storage foods. These are perfect for those new to survival preparedness who are wondering what to stock up on first. They are also great to give to family and friends to encourage them in their own preparedness efforts... a $20.00 value, FREE!:

  • 24-Week Preparedness Purchasing Guide
  • Emergency Disaster Supplies
  • Barter Goods
  • One Year Supply of Food Guide
  • How Much Food to Store

That's a $100.00 value for only...$29.95!

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