The Pros and Cons of Antibiotics for Preppers

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The Pros and Cons of Antibiotics for Preppers
This week in the Survivalist Prepper Podcast Lisa and I talked about some of the pros and cons of antibiotics for preppers. Antibiotics are a big concern for people in the preparedness community because some sicknesses and infections are impossible to cure without them. Infections were a major cause of death before the advent of […]
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How to Prep For a Quarantine

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How to Prep For a Quarantine
All too often, the world is shaken by a new flu bug or the resurgence of an old one. This article caught my eye, as it’s about a mutated version of avian flu H7N2 that was transmitted from a cat to a human, quite a rare occurrence. I also have a long enough memory to […]
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Plant These Edible Flowers in Your Garden Now

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Plant These Edible Flowers in Your Garden Now
The first edible flower I ever ate was a nasturtium. We had giant nasturtium plants growing in our herb garden, nearly taking over, in fact, and decided we would start consuming the orange and yellow blossoms and leaves. They have a peppery flavor with a little bit of a kick. It’s always fun to discover […]
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Wilderness First Aid Guide

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Wilderness First Aid Guide
Administering the right first aid correctly can help save lives and reduce discomfort when you are out in the wilderness.  Understanding the common challenges you may face and how to react under such conditions will help remove uncertainties and improve patient outcome. Having your first aid kit with you is the first step to handling […]
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Poison in the Water? Trace Pharmaceuticals and Your Faucet

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Poison in the Water? Trace Pharmaceuticals and Your Faucet
The issue of pharmaceuticals showing up in public water systems is gaining more and more attention in the media, and for good reason—because it’s there! While it isn’t entirely clear what these drugs are doing to your endocrine system, it isn’t positive. Moreover, your exposure to trace pharmaceuticals is probably greater than you imagine. Consider […]
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The Ultimate SHTF Bug Out Camp Trailer

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The Ultimate SHTF Bug Out Camp Trailer
Concepts abound for how to provide shelter in the wilds after a bug out escape has been executed.  The sheltering ideas are as diverse as there are preppers and the personalities of people wanting get out of Dodge when things go south.  The options vary from the totally austere use of a mere tarp thrown […]
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6 Ways To Sterilize Medical Instruments

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6 Ways To Sterilize Medical Instruments
We’ve all heard this story before: someone goes into the hospital for a minor operation, gets an infection, and ends up dying from it. Although this is rare, it does happen, and it’s a reminder of why it’s so important to sterilize medical instruments. If you find yourself doing or assisting with minor surgery during […]
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Natural Medicine: How to Make and Apply an Herbal Poultice

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Natural Medicine: How to Make and Apply an Herbal Poultice
“The fruit of it shall be for eating and leaf of it for healing…” (Ezekiel 47:12) 5 years ago, I came down with a bad upper respiratory infection. I was taking over the counter medicines, but none seemed to work and I was worried about secondary infections. My wife grandmother suggested I make a mustard plaster (poultice) […]
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First Aid During Winter: Can You Handle It?

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First Aid During Winter: Can You Handle It?
  In an emergency situation, it’s difficult to provide good first aid even in good weather, but if you must tend to sickness or injury in freezing weather, your job is going to be twice as hard. You’ll have greater difficulty getting to a warm place to provide treatment, and snow and freezing weather will […]
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10 Top Myths About Preventing a Cold

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10 Top Myths About Preventing a Cold
Like the game of party line we played as kids, myths about colds and other short-term illnesses prevail. The reality is that the common cold is caused by a virus that is passed from person to person. They can occur anytime during the year and not just during what is commonly referred to as the […]
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Prepper Book Festival: Heal Local 20 Essential Herbs for DIY Home Healthcare

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Prepper Book Festival: Heal Local 20 Essential Herbs for DIY Home Healthcare
Over the past few years, I have acquired a sizeable library of books and eBooks on natural remedies. Some are good but somewhat dry, boring, and overly technical. Others are fluff or simply a glorified blog post article. A select few are outstanding and today’s book is one of them. Heal Local: 20 Essential Herbs […]
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Review: Be Medically Prepared with a Gunshot & Bleeding Wound Kit + Giveaway

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Review: Be Medically Prepared with a Gunshot & Bleeding Wound Kit + Giveaway
Accidents do happen and we all need to be prepared for a medical emergency when help may not be on the way. It is my belief that everyone should have a kit that can control severe bleeding and my top choice is the Gunshot Wound Kit from Joe and Amy Alton’s Doom and Bloom Store. […]
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Diffusers and You: What You Need to Know

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Diffusers and You: What You Need to Know
Using a diffuser to dispense the healing qualities of essential oils is one of the easiest ways to become accustomed to their use. Say, for example, someone in your home is sick with a cold or flu. Adding 5 or 6 drops of an anti-microbial essential oil to a diffuser will allow the healing qualities […]
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