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Research conducted at the allergy Clinic in Landquart, Switzerland , last year found that sage combined with echinacea was as effective as the painkiller lidocaine in relieving sore throat pain. plus, studies show that the herb’s bacteria-fighting heft makes it a potent breath fresher. To make sage mouthwash, steep 1 tablespoon sage leaves in 1 cup of hot water for 5 minutes. Strain and gargle.
Source: AARP magazine
So use sage to:
- Eases sore throats
- Freshens breath
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Just for fun and to support “National Safety Month” :
- Sign up and take a online safety class….
- Inspect your car for safety issues
- Just think about things before you jump in with both feet.
- Plan you Work – and – Work your Plan
ECSI is your source for Boy Scouts of America Wilderness First Aid The Emergency Care and Safety Institute is pleased to announce a new venture with the Boy Scouts of America (BSA) to provide training based on BSA’s new Wilderness First Aid Curriculum and Doctrine Guidelines.
Based on BSA’s 16-hour Wilderness First Aid Curriculum, ECSI’s Wilderness First Aid Field Guide and Boy Scouts of America Wilderness First Aid meet course requirements and address everything individuals need to know to prevent and treat emergencies in remote areas.
- Bleeding and wound care
- Burns, bites, and stings
- Bone, joint, and muscle injuries
- Cold- and heat-related illnesses
- Altitude illnesses, and much more
This Class will be in Aug. 2010
WILDERNESS FIRST AID, (Starting July 7, 2010). Our standard course (16 – 20 Hours) covers a more in depth look into the following topics: Actions in an Emergency; Victim Assessment and Urgent Care; Care for Bleeding, Wounds, and Burns; Dressings and Bandages; Bone, Joint, and Muscle Injuries; Physical and Environmental Hazards; Poisons, Toxins and Poisonous Plants; Animal Bites, Human Bites, and Snakes; Insect and Arthropod Bites and Stings. This course was assembled by the “Wilderness Medical Society” and the “American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons”. The course has been accepted by: American Camp Association, Boy Scouts of American and many more. To sign up Call Rick at 509-979-0849 or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Class dates: July 7th, 14th, 21th, and 28th
Times: 5:30pm – 10 pm
Emergency Care and Safety Institute and the Boy Scouts of American just completed working together and have published a NEW Wilderness First Aid program that is approved for the Boy Scouts. We here at “The Safety Center” now offer this training. I don’t have the program up on my web page yet but will be posting it in the next few weeks. If you need more information about the course call me at 509-979-0849. Plus you can look at our current Wilderness First Aid page and get the most out of it.
If you want to become a Boy Scout Wilderness First Aid Instructor call me.
So far The Safety Center Has made it to the last three annual meeting for the EWFAAA. They are a association to help the child care industry here in the Spokane area. They meet every month on the 3rd Monday. For more information call their President Dehorah Thurber @ 509-926-6144