(PRWEB) November 17, 2005
Natural hazards such as hurricanes,floods, fires, earthquakes, tornadoes, and windstorms and man made hazards such as acts of terrorism affect thousands of people every year. All of us know they disrupt our lives and how helpless we are in dealing with them. Sometimes they can unveil greatest of lessons yet to be learned by us.
In the most tragic disaster of our times -- the December 2004 Tsunami -- the tribes and native people settled away from so called civilized existence managed to deal with the disaster more effectively than us. An interesting observation was made during relief operations to rescue people settled at Andman and Nicobar Islands in Indian Ocean. Many small tribes who remain untouched by modern day advancement and who do not maintain any contact with civic life were thought to have vanished in the mighty wave that engulfed the Island ferociously in December. Scientist studying the impact of Tsunami much to their surprise found these tribes returning to their habitat as the water receded.
This stray but nonetheless significant event unfolds the mystery of natural ways of living which put all scientific development to shame. No matter how advanced we may be the repetitive recent natural calamities have exposed our inability to face the challenges that nature throws on us. Tsunami, Katrina, Rita and Wilma to name a few still fresh in the human memory have time and again brought to focus the need to hone natural ways of living and sharpen the mental focus. It also brings home the issue of preparing to protect us through home remedies in emergencies of all kinds.
On most occasions of disaster it has been found that relief appears after a great lapse of time and is too late for the injured and ill to survive. Most times even when relief is available it remains undelivered due to lack of approach to disaster-hit areas. Even when it can reach the distraught people it is difficult to manage relief for every disease or injury much less for unknown allergies that accompany natural disasters. What could be the wisest way to deal with such crises? Planning what to do in advance is an important part of being prepared. Health is the first and foremost issue to be addressed during such calamities. Therefore, arming ourselves with the knowledge about home remedies which can readily be arranged anywhere is just one step in that direction. Home remedies can save our lives and also allow us to help people in need.
Cures prepared by natural means can safely be administered on most people as these remedies do not have any side -- effects. Because home remedies rely on natural products available in the area the risk of intolerance is much less as compared to untried drugs and antibiotics. Home remedies not only treat the patient but also provide the sufferer with much needed live nutrition.
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