Will You Be Ready When the Zombies Come? the Grounds Guys® Offer Tips to Live Off the Land and Survive the Zombie Apocalypse

The Grounds Guys have ways to walk away “alive” using plants and other natural foliage to avoid being made a zombie.

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Waco, Texas (PRWEB) March 26, 2014

From the hit television show “The Walking Dead” to the popular online game Plants vs. Zombies, now, more than ever, it is time to be prepared to survive the zombie apocalypse. Overall, surviving a zombie apocalypse may sound tough, but The Grounds Guys have ways to walk away “alive” using plants and other natural foliage to avoid being made a zombie.

The following tips from The Grounds Guys use trees and plants that aren’t indigenous to any particular area to survive a zombie apocalypse. Most of the trees and foliage can be found anywhere in North America, so they should be easy to find whenever you’re roaming around surviving the zombie overtaking.

Eat bark for food
Tree bark might be bitter tasting, depending on the species and growing conditions, but the underneath part of the bark, known as the cambium layer, is made up of calcium, vitamins and minerals. The trees with the best cambium layer include most pine, slippery elm, black birch, yellow birch, red spruce, black spruce, balsam fir and tamarack trees.

Cattails make good medicine
Yarrow, mullein and cattail plants have multiple medicinal purposes. Yarrow leaves can be applied to bleeding wounds to stimulate clotting, and drinking a tea from its flowers can be a remedy for flus, colds, headaches, diarrhea and stomach ulcers. Tea made from mullein leaves can be used to treat coughs, sore throats and bronchitis, and a few drops of oil from the plant’s flowers can be used to relieve pain from earaches. The gel found between cattail leaves makes a good topical anesthetic.

Know plants and the utilities they provide
Dried mullein leaves and cattail fluff are also great kindling for starting fires. The long leaves of the cattail plant can be woven to make shelters, mats and baskets. The large, soft hairy leaves of the mullein plant are a good substitute for toilet paper.


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