How To Grow Antibacterial Bandages

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Wait, I think I know exactly what you may or may not be thinking. Just take a few minutes to read this before shunning this ingenious idea. I mean you probably are or should already be growing some medicinal herbs or plants such as lavender and peppermint in your garden. So why not learn how to grow antibacterial bandages too, huh?

It is actually a plant called Lamb’s Ear (Stachys Byzantina). You would not be the first to use it as such, for they have been doing it for many centuries on battlefields. The soft leaves absorb blood and promote clotting. Additionally, they also have antibacterial, antiseptic, and anti-inflammatory properties. This plant can also be used to treat pinkeye, sties, fevers, diarrhea, sore mouth, internal bleeding, insect stings and even hemorrhoids.

How To Grow Antibacterial Bandages

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Here’s What You’ll Need:

Poke some holes in the bottom of your plastic cup or seedling tray, before you fill it with seed starting mix. Make sure the soil is wet, and then plant 1 or 2 seeds in each of the cups. Larger pots can be used too, just as long as you plant the seeds at least 6 inches apart.

Initially you want to have the cup in an area that does not get direct sunlight, until the seeds germinate. At this point you can move it to an area with more sunlight or grow lights. The plants will be ready for transplant when they have at least three sets of leaves. They will do well in a semi shady area of your garden or you could just move them to some larger pots.

You can follow step by step instructions on The Prepper Project blog, here…

How To Grow Antibacterial Bandages

You can watch the video below on growing lambs ear…

You can watch the video below on how to sow lambs ear seeds…


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