How To Get a Family of Four Prepped for The Coming Collapse – In The Quickest and Easiest Way Possible…

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This morning as I was trying to catch up on my email (I get a massive amount of email each month, last month over 3,000), I opened a great one from John W. In a nutshell  John, is new toprepping and hasn’t really done anything prep-wise yet, but he has been thinking and making plans.

John said that he has his home on two acres paid-off, and that he has a job and works to support his wife and two children (one 6 and the other 9 years old). He said that he knows from all of the newsand the tell-tell signs that something big is coming, and that his main fear is a total economic collapse.

He said that he has $10,000 to spend on preps and that he wanted to be ready as quickly as possible, without all of the buying a can of food here and another can another day or a few extra cans each time he goes to the grocery store. He also insists on long-term storage foods, with a shelf-life of 25 years or more, because he doesn’t want to be bothered with all of the rotating and other stuff involved when stockpiling perishable foods.

John’s question to me was, if you had nothing prep-wise, and just starting out and wanted to be ready within the next month and with a budget of $10,000 what would you do and buy to be prepared as quickly as possible?

I’ll answer that question below.

One Year+ Food Storage for Four People 

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To start I would order the Augason Farms Deluxe 4-Person One Year Kit – the $3,999.99 might seem like a lot at first glance, but considering this package will provide 21,116 total servings and approximately 1,300 calories per day per person, with a 30 year self-life it’s really a pretty good bargain, especially for those wanting to get prepared NOW.

The Augason Farms products make up the bulk of my long-term food storage and I can attest to the quality and taste of their products, the Honey Coated Banana Slices are absolutely delicious!

I would then order four of the Survive2thrive 100% USDA Organic 40-day Nutrition Emergency Food Supply Buckets, then I would top it all of with eight gallon of cooking oil (store it frozen and it will last a long-time), 32 pounds of salt, yes, some salt is included with the Augason Farms Kit above, but salt is cheap and has so many uses you can’t have to much.

Add another 35 pounds of sugar, and an extra two buckets of Augason Farms Country Fresh 100% Real Instant Nonfat Dry Milk in the 14 pound buckets with a 20 year shelf-life. Then I would add an assortment of herbs and spices for cooking and about 10 pounds of assorted hard candies for threats for the kids (and yourself).

I would also add 12 large jars of peanut butter, 24 cans of SPAM and 12 canned hams.

If you drink coffee be sure to add that in the amounts you normally consume over a 12 month period. And don’t forget multivitamins and extra vitamin C.

Total cost around $5,500 dollars for a family of four.

Protection and Foraging

If I had no firearms now (get training) I would buy a Mossberg  500 Combo package and 100 rounds of 00 buckshot, 50 rifled slugs and 200 bird shot (preferably #6 shot), then I would buy a Ruger 10/22, 1,000 rounds of .22 ammo and five of the Ruger factory 25 round BX 25 magazines.

Total Cost around $750

Water Storage and Purification 

I would store as much tap-water as possible (limited by space) in every suitable (but free container – avoid the plastic jugs, they are weak and fall-apart after a few months) that I could find. Then I would order a Big Berkey Water Filter and a set of extra elements.

Total Cost Around $350

Food Production

John said that he had two acres of paid-off property, so I would find the best place (most level, sun exposure and best soil) and have the largest area that I could work tilled and add as much free organic matter that I could get, check with any local large production chicken, horse or dairy farmers in your area, most of the time they will give you all of the manure that you need if you’ll haul it away.

Spread this on your newly tilled garden plot and till again, now cover this all with about six inches of straw and throw some old lumber on top to keep the straw in place. Leave it to compost in the ground over the fall, winter and into spring. When it’s time to plant in late spring, till it all up (including the straw) again and plant.

If I did not already have gardening tools on hand, I would get a good quality shovelhoe, and a bow rakespading fork,  a big box of  Miracle-Gro all purpose plant food  and a copy of Gardening When it Counts.

Then I would build a small chicken coop from mostly scrounged building material and buy 8-10 six-month to one-year-old chickens or ducks. Then I would build rabbit hutches along one of the side walls of the coop and buy two does and one buck for breeding stock.

I would also plant fruit and nut trees everywhere that I have space on my property…

Total Cost Under $650

Power Production

I would order a  Renogy 200 watt solar panel kit, panel mount, and marine battery,  solar 11-in-1 battery charger, rechargeable batteries, and a gas powered portable generator. Then I would getfive-5 gallon fuel cans and fill with gasoline, add STA-BIL fuel stabilizer, then rotate every year.

Total Cost Around $800

Random Items 

Two hundred and sixty-five rolls of toilet paper, (more if you have room), 24 tubes of toothpaste, 48 toothbrushes, feminine hygiene products (ladies you know how much you’ll need for a year – I stay as far away as possible during that time), 24 bars of soap for bathing, 24 56 FL OZ bottles of dish-washing liquid, (can also be used for hand-washing of clothing.

good first-aid medical kit (get training if you need it and include any personal medications), download free copy Where There is no Doctor and Where There is no Dentist and print them to paper orjust buy copies from Amazon.com.

Then while on Amazon.com, I would order a Zoom Versa Stove, aKaito Voyager Pro KA600 Digital Solar/Dynamo AM/FM/LW/SW & NOAA Weather Emergency Radio and two sets of Motorola MR350R 35-Mile Range 22-Channel FRS/GMRS Two-Way Radiosfor family communications when separated from family members.

Cold weather sleeping bags for every family member.

Total Cost Around $900

Conclusion 

As you get more money put in a wood stove if possible, or at the least a propane wall heater and enough propane to last a winter. Having both a wood-stove and propane is a better and more flexible solution.

Then add a good handgun or two (I suggest a the Glock model 19 and a Browning Buckmark) extra magazines and ammo. Then look into buying a center-fire rifle, this can be something like an AR-15 or even a 30.30 lever action.

And get all of the training possible. Not only firearms training but, medical, auto mechanics canning, wood-shop, sewing etc. you can never know too much.

Add some non-hybrid garden seed.

So there you have it folks – how to get a family of four quickly prepped to survive for a period of one year or longer – in the easiest way possible… and at a total cost of under $10,000 (approximately)

 

Source survivalistblog

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Water Storage for Preppers!

For most preppers, water storage is their #1 priority.  Even if you are not a prepper, it’s wise for you to have some extra bottled water stored in your home just in case of big storm, natural disasters or drinking water contamination happen.

Imagine this, a big storm or an earthquake just hit your town, your house survived structural damage and everyone in your family is okay, but the power and water are out! Nobody knows when the power will come back on and it’s a disaster out on the streets, where will you get water for you and your family to survive?  Would you have enough water in your home to last until the water came back?

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How Much water do you need?

A rule of thumb is that each person should have 1 gallon of water per day.  But that number will varies depending on many host of factors. Example, if you live in a hot area, you might need a lot more. As of how many days should you prepare for it’s entirely up to the reason why you are preparing.

FEMA recommends every person should have at least 3 days supply of water. But 3 days of supply of water will only help you get through small storms, tornadoes, or minor water contamination at your town.  So 3 days is a good starting point and you need to figure out why you are prepping and have a plan according to your biggest concerns.

Below is a You Tube video on Water storage for preppers using rain barrels system.

Water Storage Rain Barrel System expanded to 220 gallons. Step by step how to build video. Used mainly to water a vegetable garden, the naturally clean and fresh water results in strong healthy plants.

It is also good to have in case of a SHTF scenario where there might be extended power outages caused by a natural or man made disaster.

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It’s Time For A Prepper Reality Check!

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You may have enough weapons and ammo stashed away to fight the next World War all by yourself…

You may have fortified your home and have 3 different routes mapped out to get to your bug-out retreat…

You may have a food stockpile that will see you, your family, heck, the whole darned neighborhood, through until the Second Coming…

You may tirelessly watch militant YouTube videos that show you how to take down your opponent in 3 easy maneuvers…

But..

If you aren’t realistic about your skills and your physical abilities, you are likely to be just as dead as the guy down the road who considers the two extra bags of Doritos in his pantry to be a food stockpile.

You need to know enough to realize just how much you don’t know.

It’s time for a prepper reality check. Be warned. You may not like it. And if you’re offended by this article, that could mean that you are one of the people I’m talking about.

#1 Have you practiced your skills?

It’s all well and good to understand the principles behind different skills. Heck, nearly everything I know, I learned from YouTube or by reading about it in a book.  However, I didn’t TRULY know how to do any of those things until I actually did them, failed at them, and did them again until I was successful.

My first garden was an abject failure. It was truly awful.  I worked so hard, digging it up by hand, planting seeds, and pulling weeds. And pulling weeds. And pulling even more weeds. And that darned garden gave me 2 slightly shriveled cucumbers, some half rotten tomatoes, and more green onions than we could possibly consume before they spoiled. Half the seeds I planted didn’t sprout. There was a dreadful case of blossom end rot, and I only figured out 5 years later what went wrong with my cucumbers. Furthermore, I hadn’t properly prepared my soil and had just expected things to magically grow in my regular backyard dirt.  That was many, many years ago, and I’ve had lots of successful gardens since then. I don’t have a naturally green thumb, though, so I have to learn by trial and error, diligent research, and vast amounts of practice.  Now, I can grow a substantial amount of food in a variety of climates, using a number of different gardening techniques.  I don’t have to look up how to do it because after years of practice, it’s natural. I have experienced enough failures to be able to diagnose an issue early on in the season, and most of the time, I can correct it and still have a good harvest.

I’ve written several times about our experiences when my daughter and I spent a year in a remote cabin in Northern Ontario.  One of our major challenges there was learning to heat with wood.  It took a solid month before I could successfully light a fire and keep it going.  I feared that we were going to have to give up or face an icy death or missing fingers from frostbite in that bitterly cold climate. However, after almost 30 days of trying and failing on each and every attempt, despite the mockery of the internet, I mastered it, and clearly, we lived through the winter, and even have all of our digits intact.

Now, imagine I’d never done either of those things and suddenly, our survival was reliant upon my ability to raise all of our food and keep us warm with a wood stove.  We’d most likely be in big trouble. A life-or-death situation is not the time to figure out how to do something. You need to have basic skills before that. And if you don’t test those skills, you have no idea whether you actually have them or not. Reading about how to tell whether a certain berry in the woods is poisonous is not enough. You have to go out, find the berries, perhaps talk to someone in the know, and learn to forage for real, by actually doing it.

Most people greatly overestimate their survival skills.  They assume that since people have been building fires since the beginning of recorded time, that it is some innate thing that anyone can do.  They believe that growing food is as simple as sowing seeds into any old plot of land. Likewise, they think that harvesting water, building shelter, fighting off the enemy, and hunting are all skills that they magically possess because they read about it on a website, participated in Cub Scouts, or went shooting that one time with that guy…you know – the one from the office who goes hunting.

Even if you actually do possess a skill, if you don’t use it, you’ll lose it.  Just because you know how to shoot, that doesn’t mean you’ll be accurate if you aren’t going to the range frequently and staying in practice.

Overconfidence in unpracticed skills has a very big chance of getting a person killed in an SHTF scenario.

#2 Is your plan actually realistic?

One of my favorite quotes is by Mike Tyson.

Everyone’s got a plan ’till they get punched in the mouth.

Seriously. I want to cross stitch that on a pillow, because it’s so incredibly true. It could be a prepper mantra.  Plans nearly always go awry, and then you have to roll with it.

I read about a lot of people’s plans, and I can tell you that from where I’m standing, there are quite a few plans that don’t seem like they’ll hold up once put into action. Especially the plans you make with a beer in hand in front of the video game console with your buddies.  Those tend to be especially unrealistic. Here are a few in particular that make me cringe.

When it hits the fan, I’ll just hunt and live off the land.

Cool.  Can I assume that you hunt every year and bag the maximum amount of game permitted each and every time? That you do all of the skinning and butchering yourself and manage not to taint the meat by hitting the wrong spot with your knife? Oh – and that you also know how to preserve that meat, off grid? That you can keep from poisoning yourself when you forage for wild greens, mushrooms, and berries?

I’m not stockpiling ammo because I plan to just take the guns and ammo I need off of all the bodies.

See #4.  Unless you do this all the time, there are no guarantees that bodies will be dropping at your hands, or that those bodies will be carrying the supplies you need. And since we don’t live in the Wild West, the chances are pretty good that you do NOT do this all the time.

I don’t need food. I’ll just come to your house.

As a prepper, how many times have you heard that from someone unwilling to put for the time, money, and effort to get prepared on their own? If this is legitimately your plan, then *Cringe*.    You should know that you really may not be assured of a warm welcome in a SHTF scenario, particularly if you’re bringing nothing to the table except your winning personality.

And if it is a threat, as in the case of that chubby fellow who was on Doomsday Preppers, well, I can almost guarantee it isn’t going to work. People will have your number well before disaster strikes, and you’ll be the first one to go as the guys with real tactical experience reduce the local threat level.  In your arrogance, you talk too much and by doing so have sealed your own fate.

This doesn’t mean that you shouldn’t make plans. It simply means that your plan needs to be grounded in reality, and not taken from the script of one of those post-apocalyptic movies
starring the people with artfully matted hair that still manage to look really hot even though they’re dirty.

#3 Are you physically fit?

The next thing people greatly overestimate is their physical ability.

I hear this all the time: “I played football in high school and (list former accomplishments of athletic prowess here).”

Okay, seriously: THIS MEANS NOTHING UNLESS HIGH SCHOOL ENDED LAST YEAR.

Nothing.

If, since your athletic glory days, all you’ve done is work at a desk job and play around at some occasional weekend warrioring, you are most likely going to collapse with a heart attack when bugging out with your family over a mountain. Unless you are regularly active…and by “active” I don’t mean going to the kitchen 6 times per evening to get another beer…you will not be able to withstand the physical rigors of SHTF.

This puts not only you at risk, but also your family. Is your spouse going to leave your panting, exhausted self on the side of the trail and march on with the kids?  Or is he or she going to stay with you, try to help you up the mountain, and possibly put everyone in harm’s way Getting (and staying) in shape is not just something you do to save your own skin – it’s something you do to keep your family safe.

Here’s an example. Every year when the snow flies, lots of people drop dead from shoveling it.

“Shoveling snow is a significant physical effort,” said John G. Harold, president of the American College of Cardiology. “Patients who have known coronary disease under management and treatment are obviously a group that would be advised not to shovel snow.”

A second group consists of people with a variety of risk factors but no history of coronary disease. Smokers, anyone with a strong family history of heart disease and those with high blood pressure are some examples, Harold said. If you fit those categories and are middle-aged or older, take particular caution, he said. Across the population, more heart attacks occur in winter than in summer. (source)

Now replace “shoveling snow” with “bugging out with a 50 pound backpack” or “chopping a cord of firewood”.  Heck, even stacking firewood is very hard work, especially if your lifestyle is sedentary.

Here’s another example. When I was in my early 20s, I used to cycle long-distance. A normal day was no less than 35 miles, and weekends often included 50-100 mile rides.  After a 100 miler, I’d be a little bit sore, and kind of tired, but I’d be ready to go again after a day or so of rest. However, to say that I could ride a hundred miles in a day right now just because I used to do so, would be ridiculous. If I tried to do that now, 20 years later, I’d keel over trying to ride a hundred miles. I physically couldn’t do it, because I did not maintain that extreme level of fitness.

There’s a very good reason that the military not only requires a certain level of physical fitness, but tests its members frequently. At least twice per year, most active duty military members are required to pass a fitness test.

The backpack is another issue. If you haven’t gone hiking – and I mean for a long and rugged hike – with your bag, you probably think you can carry a lot more than you can actually carry.  Lots of people load up their bug out bags with all sorts of gadgets, then tie on a bedroll and tent, then add some water and a weapon.  Next thing you know, you’re at 75 pounds of gear. In his article on tactical fitness, Max Velocity pointed out how much some members of the military are carrying. He isn’t recommending that YOU carry all of this weight – this is just to give you an idea of how much very fit, active people can carry.  Graywolf Survival gives some excellent guidelines on amounts of weight that are reasonable for the rest of us to carry – and those weights are a fraction of the active-duty military guys’ packs.

All of the formulas in the world won’t help you if you aren’t practicing with the amounts that you intend to lug in a bug-out situation. There is no substitute for building and maintaining your fitness levels. If you used to be super fit, maybe you would have survived like Mad Max if the S had HTF then. But if you aren’t fit now, you can’t rest on your laurel and expect the same outcome. You’re dangerously deluding yourself if you believe this to be true.

The bottom line is this: If you aren’t testing your own fitness levels regularly, you are probably vastly overestimating your current level of fitness and athletic ability.  If you are out of shape, don’t despair.  You can develop a fitness plan to get yourself bug-out ready. Start out with walking and work your way up to carrying a load.

#4 Do you have combat experience?

Life is nothing whatsoever like an action-adventure movie.  Furthermore, you are not an Arnold Schwarzenegger character, able to take on entire battalions and throw out a couple of witty one-liners while the bullets fly.

The only way you can be absolutely certain of how you’d react in a battle is if you’ve actually been in a combat situation. Without that background, you’re just guessing.

So you can plan your defense and believe confidently that you, all alone, can engage with the Golden Horde outside your spiked gates. But your victory may not be in the bag.

There’s bravery, and there’s stupidity. Sometimes there is far more wisdom in retreat, especially for the inexperienced and untrained person.  If there’s a battle that I’m unlikely to win, I’d much prefer to live to fight the battle on better terms – on my terms – another day. I have absolutely no issue with taking off out the back and retreating to safety. We could debate all day long whether this is cowardly or stupid, but I have kids to raise, and keeping them safe is my number one priority, not defending my property in a dramatic Alamo-style last stand.

Here are some legitimate questions:

Do you shoot on a regular basis?

Do you shoot at things that move on a regular basis?

Do you shoot at things that shoot back on a regular basis?

Are you physically fit? (see above)

Are you trained in hand to hand combat or martial arts?

Do you have recent experience fighting?

Please understand that I’m not talking about a situation where you’re backed into a corner with no way out. When safe retreat is out of the question, there’s no option but to take as many out as you can and pray that luck is with you. But making it your Plan A is not the wisest course of action for every person.

There is much more to defending your home against a siege of invaders than having an endless supply of ammo and a few booby traps.  People much wiser than I have written books about making this kind of tactical stand, and I certainly don’t have the knowledge or experience to give advice. (Max Velocity’s tactical manual for post-collapse survival is highly reviewed, and it’s by an author with a background of battlefield experience.)

The only advice I can give is this: Don’t overestimate your ability to fight off people intent on taking your goods or seizing your home.  Don’t think that you and you alone will be able to take down a unit that intends, under the authority of government, to seize your preps and dole them out to the unprepared.

Instead of being tough, be smart.  Don’t keep all of your preps in one place. Set up caches and retreats. In the famous words of The Gambler, “Know when to hold ‘em, Know When to fold ‘em.”

Other Unrealistic Expectations of SHTF

Your survival depends upon your accurate assessment of your skills, the viability of your plans, and your physical ability to implement those plans.  I’m sure we’ve all read or heard many other unrealistic expectations of a post-collapse world.  We all know folks who refuse to to build a stockpile or just flat-out refuse to believe that disaster will inevitably strike. What are some examples that make you roll your eyes when you hear them?

Source OrganicPrepper

 

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25 Critical Facts About This Ebola Outbreak That Every American Needs To Know

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What would a global pandemic look like for a disease that has no cure and that kills more than half of the people that it infects?  Let’s hope that we don’t get to find out, but what we do know is that more than 100 health workers that were on the front lines of fighting this disease have ended up getting it themselves.  The top health officials in the entire world are sounding the alarm and the phrase “out of control” is constantly being thrown around by professionals with decades of experience.  So should average Americans be concerned about Ebola?  If so, how bad could an Ebola outbreak in the U.S. potentially become?  The following are 25 critical facts about this Ebola outbreak that every American needs to know…

#1 As the chart below demonstrates, the spread of Ebola is starting to become exponential…

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#2 This is already the worst Ebola outbreak in recorded history by far.

#3 The head of the World Health Organization says that this outbreak “is moving faster than our efforts to control it“.

#4 The head of Doctors Without Borders says that this outbreak is “out of control“.

#5 So far, more than 100 health workers that were on the front lines fighting the virus have ended up contracting Ebola themselves.  This is happening despite the fact that they go to extraordinary lengths to keep from getting the disease.

#6 There is no cure for Ebola.

#7 The death rate for this current Ebola outbreak is over 50 percent, and experts say that it can kill “up to 90% of those infected“.

#8 The incubation rate for Ebola ranges from two days to 21 days.  Therefore, someone can be carrying it around for up to three weeks without even knowing it.

#9 For the first time ever, human Ebola patients are being brought to the United States.  And as Paul Craig Roberts so aptly put it the other day, all it would take is “one cough, one sneeze, one drop of saliva, and the virus is loose“.

#10 This has already potentially happened in the United Kingdom.  A woman reportedly collapsed and later died on Saturday after she got off of a flight from Sierra Leone at Gatwick Airport.

#11 A study conducted in 2012 proved that Ebola could be transmitted between pigs and monkeys that were in separate cages and that never made physical contact.

#12 This is a new strain of Ebola, so what we know about other strains of Ebola may not necessarily apply to this strain of Ebola.

#13 Barack Obama has just signed an executive order that gives the federal government the power to apprehend and detain Americans that show symptoms of “diseases that are associated with fever and signs and symptoms of pneumonia or other respiratory illness, are capable of being transmitted from person to person, and that either are causing, or have the potential to cause, a pandemic, or, upon infection, are highly likely to cause mortality or serious morbidity if not properly controlled.”

#14 And as I noted the other dayfederal law already permits “the apprehension and examination of any individual reasonably believed to be infected with a communicable disease”.

#15 According to the CDC, there are 20 quarantine centers around the country that are prepared to potentially receive Ebola patients…

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#16 The CDC has set up an Ebola “quarantine station” at LAX in order to help prevent the spread of the virus.

#17 The largest health emergency drill in New York City history was conducted on Friday.

#18 The federal government will begin testing an “experimental Ebola vaccine” on humans in September.

#19 We are being told that the reason why we don’t have an Ebola vaccine already is due to the hesitation of the pharmaceutical industry to invest in a disease that has “only affected people in Africa“.

#20 Researchers from Tulane University have been active for several years in the very same areas where this Ebola outbreak began.  One of the stated purposes of this research was to study “the future use of fever-viruses as bioweapons“.

#21 According to the Ministry of Health and Sanitation in Sierra Leone, researchers from Tulane University have been asked “to stop Ebola testing during the current Ebola outbreak“.  What in the world does that mean?

#22 The Navy Times says that the U.S. military has been interested in studying Ebola “as a potential biological weapon” since the 1970s…

Filoviruses like Ebola have been of interest to the Pentagon since the late 1970s, mainly because Ebola and its fellow viruses have high mortality rates — in the current outbreak, roughly 60 percent to 72 percent of those who have contracted the disease have died — and its stable nature in aerosol make it attractive as a potential biological weapon.

#23 The CDC actually owns a patent on one particular strain of the Ebola virus…

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control owns a patent on a particular strain of Ebola known as “EboBun.” It’s patent No. CA2741523A1 and it was awarded in 2010. You can view it here.

It is being reported that this is not the same strain that is currently being transmitted in Africa, but it is interesting to note nonetheless.  And why would the CDC want “ownership” of a strain of the Ebola virus in the first place?

#24 The CDC has just put up a brand new webpage entitled “Infection Prevention and Control Recommendations for Hospitalized Patients with Known or Suspected Ebola Hemorrhagic Fever in U.S. Hospitals“.

#25 The World Health Organization has launched a 100 million dollar response plan to fight this Ebola outbreak.  Others don’t seem so alarmed.  For example, Barack Obama is getting ready to take a “16 day Martha’s Vineyard vacation“.

Many are attempting to play down the threat from this virus by stating that unless you “exchange bodily fluids” with someone that you don’t have anything to worry about.

If that was truly the case, then how in the world have more than 100 health workers contracted the virus so far?

Health professionals that deal with Ebola take extreme precautions to keep from being exposed to the disease.

But despite those extreme measures, they are catching it too.

So if this virus does start spreading all over the globe, what chance is the general population going to have?

Feel free to disagree with me if you like, but I believe that this could potentially be an absolutely catastrophic health crisis.

Hopefully, I am wrong.  Please share what you think by posting a comment below…

Source:theeconomiccollapse 

Nowadays, some folk become constrained when trying to get medications from the Web because they don’t know what is existing. According to statistics, it is not so easy to find reputable source. So itn’s no wonder that internet drugstores have grown in popularity over the last years. Well-known are medications which are used to reduce treat hurt caused by lower back ache etc. There are varied medicaments for each diseases. Cialis is a medicine prescribed to treat various ailments. What do you have to read about cialis online usa? What customers talk about buying cialis online? Many sure the forcefulness of Cialis is well documented. Absolutely, sexual disorders can boost circulation and reaffirm the joys of living. Certain far-famed medicines can mean screwing with your hard-on. Luckily, most cases of sexual malfunction are treatable, so it is momentous to share your concerns with your partner and physician. At present, there are varied options for humanity who suffer from this soundness problem. Patients should always ask dispenser for medic advice about the treatment. Throw away any remedy that is outdated. For instance the liquid remedies if possible must be kept in the cool place, but other may be stored at room temperature.

Raising A Family Off-Grid Requires Very Careful Planning

Living without mains utilities is not easy. If you have children fine tuning your timetable saves a good deal of grief. Granny Spear Explains how she ran her home to make the best of what time she had.

There’s no doubt in my mind that having electricity is the one thing that would have improved my life. Having mains water would have been fantastic but the ‘lectricity would have been better.

Without the mains water wash day, always a Monday would have still been difficult, but with mains electricity cleaning the house, ironing, and even having a spinner to get the water out of the washing would have saved hours and hours each week. Most of all though it wold have given me more flexibility over the way I did things and when I did them.

Mending for example is very, very difficult in lamplight, as is knitting and crochet with dark colour wools. Because of that these things were best done during natural daylight, and when you have so many other things that take a good deal of time and effort something often gets missed out.

My day started at five in the morning, putting water on to boil for a cup of tea and making packed lunches for Ernie and the children that were at school. If it was wash day I would put a light under the copper that Ernie and the boys had filled the night before…that would be the only main task that day as laundry took so long. Whilst the water was heating, which took a couple of hours I would prepare vegetables and put them in a pan with leftover meal from our Sunday lunch the day before. Potatoes would go in a separate pan as they took less time to cook. That would be our evening meal on a Monday.

The children would bring down their sheets to be washed, whilst they had breakfast, usually a chunk of bread and butter and some cheese, an apple, and a glass of milk. If we had them they would have wheatberries and in the winter I would make porridge if we had oats. Anyway, I would go upstairs and remake the beds whilst they had breakfast. I would have a quick sweep and dust after the beds were made. The rest of Monday was dealing with the laundry.

Ironing day followed the same routine, though the which day I did it varied depending on the weather and how long it took the washing to dry.

Other than washing and ironing days most days I spent at least two hours cleaning the cottage, everything would be swept through towards the back door and then I’d use a dustpan to gather it all up as the sill on the back door was too deep to sweep it right out. The floors would then be mopped. Once a week I would polish the floors, I can’t remember what the stuff was called but you wiped it over the floor and then buffed the floor afterwards. I cheated, I had two spare mops, one for spreading the stuff and a dry one for buffing it off.

My mother-in-law never stopped telling me that the corners of the room didn’t shine very well and that some of the floorboards had slight smears. She told me outright how lazy I was for not getting down on my hands and knees and doing it properly.

It took a full three hours to polish the floors, and that was using my quick mop method, it would have taken two days on my hands and knees, time I just didn’t have.

Each day there was food to be prepared, from scratch. This often meant digging up the potatoes and picking the beans or whatever as well as washing them and preparing them. Food cooked on the range tasted very good, but it took a good deal of time to cook, and forgetting to check it could easily mean a whole meal was ruined, just because it was slow it was no different to a modern cooker in that respect.

If I was making pastry it had to be done in the morning, when the house was cooler, I would then put it out in the scullery where it was cool, until it was time to put the pie in the oven.

Every evening I made bread, two loaves. They were always wholemeal. I would do this after clearing away after our evening meal, often after the children had gone to bed. You can’t concentrate on cooking when the children are chattering and telling you about their day.

Then there was the childrens reading lessons to do, there was only a couple of books at school, everything was done on a slate with chalk so we used to read with the children every night before they went to bed. Youngest first as they got tired quicker and went to bed earlier than the older ones.

Making the bread at night was sensible because the cottage was warm and the dough proved better. It was also fresher for the morning. Whilst they were proving I would make biscuits, the children loved taking them to school in their lunch packs.

I was watching my grandaughter empty her dishwasher yesterday. Washing up was a major job at the cottage. Water had to be boiled first of course. Washing up was done in a strict order, the lightest soiled things first, rather like doing the laundry. I washed up in a small half cider barrel on the dinner table, draining the pots on a folded old sheet. When you’d finished the barrel had to go out through the scullery and was tipped on the veg patch if it wasn’t too greasy, or on the compost heap if it was. Then the barrel was rinsed and tipped upside down in the scullery to dry. Drips didn’t matter in there, it had a granite floor. it could take over an hour start to finish the washing up.

Usually, when I was washing up Ernie and the elder boys would start bring water up from the well in pails. Sundays they would fill the coppers ready for washing on Monday, and after that they would fill the copper so I had a bit extra in the house. This meant I could often avoid having to haul water uphill from the well down the lane.

It would be past ten when the bread came out of the oven. All the children and often Ernie as well would be in bed. I would sit a while, with a cup of cocoa sometimes, but usually just water or milk, thinking about the day and what I had to do tomorrow.

Right before going to bed I would wrap the bread in a clean cloth to keep any flies off.

Sleep came much easier then than it does now, age creeping up I suppose, they say you need less sleep as you get older.

Regards

Maud

Source RedayNutrition

Nowadays, some people become constrained when trying to get medications from the Web because they don’t know what is existing. According to statistics, it is not so easy to find reputable source. So itn’s no wonder that internet drugstores have grown in popularity over the last years. Well-known are medications which are used to reduce treat ache caused by lower back hurt etc. There are varied medicaments for each diseases. Cialis is a medicine prescribed to treat various ailments. What do you have to read about cialis online usa? What customers talk about buying cialis online? Many sure the forcefulness of Cialis is well documented. Absolutely, sexual disorders can boost circulation and reaffirm the joys of living. Certain far-famed medicines can mean screwing with your erection. Luckily, most cases of sexual disfunction are treatable, so it is momentous to share your concerns with your partner and physician. At present, there are varied options for folk who suffer from this health problem. Patients should always ask dispenser for medical advice about the treatment. Throw away any remedy that is outdated. For instance the liquid remedies if possible must be kept in the cool place, but other may be stored at room temperature.

Venezuelan Government Treats “Preppers” As “Domestic Terrorists” And To Detain “Hoarders”! Could Happen In The US Too!

As people who spend a lot of time focusing on preparedness, we can learn a lot about our future by watching as the economies and civilizations of other Western countries crumble.

Today’s lesson is that when times get tough, the government can and will persecute those who have planned ahead.

The Attorney General of Venezuela, Luisa Ortega Díaz, called on prosecutors to target people who are “hoarding” basic staples with serious sanctions.

She called on prosecutors to seek their detention.

The attorney general called on people to remain calm, not to fall for provocations, and not to be afraid of the “alleged” food shortage.

Based on the figures provided by the Central Bank of Venezuela, shortage hit 20% in August; in other words, 20 out 100 items are missing from the shelves.

According to a press release, the Attorney General Office has designated an ad hoc group of prosecutors to work nationwide with other authorities and cope with the threats against food security and, consequently, against the State. (source)

So basically, the Venezuelan government intends to treat those who prepared ahead of time like domestic terrorists…sound familiar?

Last February the South American country responded to soaring inflation with some crippling economic strategies.

Argentine President Cristina Kirchner responded to her country’s sky-rocketing inflation rates by freezing prices on food, a move Forbes magazine says will soon lead to widespread corruption in the business community and government.

In Venezuela, where President Hugo Chavez has attempted to control all aspects of his country’s economy, price freezes instituted on essential goods like diapers and cleaning products over a year ago failed to curb soaring inflation which registered at over 22% last year. In response, with their quiver out of arrows, the Venezuelan government announced today that they are devaluing their national currency, the Bolivar, by over a third. The announcement had the immediate impact of increasing the price for a US dollar in Bolivar by nearly 50%.(source)

There’s Already an Executive Order in Place

The game pieces have already been moved into place to ban “hoarding” in America.  In 2012, our Fearless Leader signed an executive order that gives the federal government authority over every resource and infrastructure element in the United States.  Mac Slavo of SHTFplanwarns:

It should be clear from the laws that are already in effect that the government has given itself a legal pretext for confiscating anything they so choose in the midst of an emergency.

Should an emergency befall the United States, the military, national guard, and local police operating under orders from the Department of Homeland Security will have carteblanche to do as they please.

In a widespread emergency where supply lines have been threatened and millions of Americans are without essential resources because they failed to prepare, the government will swoop in and attempt to take complete control.

They will enter our homes and search them without a warrant. They will confiscate contraband. And they will take any ‘excessive resources’ that you may have accumulated. This includes food, toiletries, precious metals and anything else emergency planners and officials deem to be a scarce material. (source)

The Importance of OPSEC

By all means, don’t stop preparing.  But be aware that everything you do online leaves a trail. Every purchase you make that is not a cash transaction can be traced right to your doorstep.  It is vital to practice OPSEC (Operational Security) by keeping your preparedness related activities on the down low.  Preparedness and self-sufficiency author Tess Pennington warns that in a crisis situation, things you said months or years ago could come back to haunt you.

A person should think twice about telling others about any prepping investments they have made.  If a SHTF scenario occurred, anything said previously can be used against that prepper.  For example, if you tell your neighbor you have silver coins stashed away, if times were desperate enough, that neighbor could turn on you.  Keeping quiet about what one does is second nature to some.  But for others that are new to the idea of prepping, they do not see the whole SHTF picture.  If one person tells another about their preps, one person could tell another person about what preps their neighbor has.  Then, the word spreads throughout; especially when a severe situation occurs.  People will remember what you have told them, and come to you for help (if they are unprepared).  Helping a neighbor or family member in need is a noble deed.  However, those preparedness items are an investment for you and your family; and therefore, no one outside of the family should know what you have (unless you want that person to know). (source)

Time is short.  Our economy is collapsing before our very eyes.  We’ve been blatantly warned about the potential for total grid failure. If you aren’t prepared, there is little time left.  Maintain your freedom by becoming self sufficient. Get started now to put together a one year food supply – but be discreet because you just don’t know when that supply may make you an outlaw.

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By Daisy Luther

Source Link :http://www.theorganicprepper.ca/could-prepping-become-illegal-here-too-venezuelan-govt-to-detain-hoarders-10042013

 

Daisy Luther is a freelance writer and editor.  Her website, The Organic Prepper, offers information on healthy prepping, including premium nutritional choices, general wellness and non-tech solutions. You can follow Daisy on Facebook and Twitter, and you can email her at daisy@theorganicprepper.ca

Nowadays, some people become constrained when trying to get medications from the Web because they don’t know what is existing. According to statistics, it is not so easy to find reputable source. So itn’s no wonder that internet drugstores have grown in popularity over the last years. Well-known are medications which are used to reduce treat pain caused by lower back hurt etc. There are varied medicaments for each diseases. Cialis is a medicine prescribed to treat various ailments. What do you have to read about cialis online usa? What customers talk about buying cialis online? Many sure the forcefulness of Cialis is well documented. Absolutely, sexual disorders can boost circulation and reaffirm the joys of living. Certain far-famed medicines can mean screwing with your erection. Luckily, most cases of sexual malfunction are treatable, so it is momentous to share your concerns with your partner and physician. At present, there are varied options for folk who suffer from this health problem. Patients should always ask druggist for medical advice about the treatment. Throw away any remedy that is outdated. For instance the liquid remedies if possible must be kept in the cool place, but other may be stored at room temperature.

Top 20 Essential Oils Preppers Must Have For Medical Emergencies!

By: Bethany Brown

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What is an essential oil? Well, the short answer for that question is the life blood of a plant. Without essential oils (EO), plants die. Plants use EOs to protect themselves from diseases, parasites, predators, and the full gamut of what is capable of injuring or killing them. What is amazing is that these EOs can and do protect people from the same things! EOs were the original medicines on this planet and will probably be the final medicines on this planet. A short list of the “anti” characteristics of EOs, (Life Science Publishing, 2011): Antibiotic, Anticatarrhal, Anti-emetic, Antihistamine, Anti-inflammatory, Antilithic, Antimicrobial, Antineuralgic, Antioxidant, Antipyretic, Antisclerotic, Antiseptic, Antispasmodic, Antitoxic, Antitussive, and Antiviral (Life Science Publishing, 2011, p. 6.15). What this means, without pulling out a medical dictionary, is EOs have your health covered.

EOs may be used on everything from cleaning and cooking to hygiene, first aid, and emotional health. EOs are even a proven method to cure Cancer without any of the horrible side effects of radiating your body (pubmed.gov). EOs destroy MRSA (Methicillin -resistant Staphylococcus aureus) (Chao, Young, Oberg, & Nakaoka, 2008), kill 99.996% of airborne bacteria (Chao, Oberg, & Young, 1998), and ultimately aid our bodies to do the job they were designed to do without introducing toxins and killing us in the process.

Besides the most important fact that EOs are the safer option when compared to medications (no side-effects, no reported deaths, no addiction, etc.), medicinal stocks will expire within about three years; when properly stored, EOs never expire. NEVER. While it is a great idea to take control of your family’s health now, EOs will be a hot commodity if it ever comes to the point that medical care is not available. Now is the time to build your “pharmacy.”

It is important to note here that not all distillers of essential oils are created equal. When you are depending on the quality of a product to keep you and your family healthy and to not further injure you, you want to find a company with a proven track record and legitimate standards and testing. All of Young Living Essential Oils have been tested by AFNOR (Association French Normalization Organization Regulation) as Grade A, and further tested to be considered therapeutic grade. Only 10% of the pure EOs in the United States are considered Grade A, and only 2% are considered therapeutic grade. 98% of the therapeutic grade EOs in the United States are made by Young Living. Grade B is food grade and Grade C is perfume grade. Where AFNOR standards end is where Young Living Standards begin. They guarantee that everything from the soil and the seeds used in planting to the point where the EOs are bottled is free of synthetics, pesticides, fertilizers, and extenders, which all contribute to an albeit cheaper oil, but dangerous mix that may cause dangerous health hazards. Any EOs that do not meet their standards in testing are dumped. After doing extensive research on my own, Young Living Essential Oils are the only EOs I will let even close to my family. Please ask me if you have any questions about this information (fb.com/essentiallyoiled).

While it would be awesome to have copious amounts of all of the 160 plus single EOs and blends that Young Living makes, below is a “Top 20” list to take with you once your medicine cabinet is all you’ve got:

 

TOP FOUR (in order)

#1 Frankincense: Uses: Depression, cancer, respiratory infections, inflammation, immune-stimulating (Life Science Publishing, 2011, p. 2.40)

#2 Peppermint: Uses: Rheumatism/arthritis, respiratory infections (pneumonia, tuberculosis, etc.), obesity, viral infections (herpes simplex, herpes zoster, cold sores, human papilloma virus, etc.), fungal infections/Candida, digestive problems, headaches, nausea, skin conditions (itchy skin, varicose veins, eczema, psoriasis, dermatitis), scoliosis/lumbago/back problems (Life Science Publishing, 2011, p. 2.73)

#3 Lavender: Uses: Respiratory infections, high blood pressure, arteriosclerosis, menstrual problems/PMS, skin conditions (perineal repair, acne, eczema, psoriasis, scarring, stretch marks), burns, hair loss, insomnia, nervous tension (Life Science Publishing, 2011, p. 2.51)

 

#4 Helichrysum: Uses: Herpes virus, arteriosclerosis, atherosclerosis, hypertension, blood clots, liver disorders, circulatory disorders, skin conditions (eczema, psoriasis scar tissue, varicose veins) (Life Science Publishing, 2011, p. 2.47)

The rest (in no particular order)

* Thieves (blend of Clove, Lemon, Cinnamon bark, Eucalyptus, and Rosemary): Uses: “Highly antiviral, antiseptic, antibacterial, and anti-infectious.” (Life Science Publishing, 2011, p. 2.130). Used for Teething, Insect Bites, Congestion, Prevent Infection, Sore Throat, Prevents Colds/Flu, Kills Viruses/Germs/Mold, Household Cleaner, Hastens Healing, Rids Phlegm, Removes Cold Sores

* R.C. (blend of Eucalyptus (E. globulus), Eucalyptus (E. radiata), Eucalyptus (E. citriodora), Myrtle, Pine, Spruce, Marjoram, Lavender, Cypress, and Peppermint): Uses: “Gives relief from colds, bronchitis, sore throats, sinusitis, coughs, and respiratory congestion. It decongests sinus passages, combats lung infections, and relieves allergy symptoms.” (Life Science Publishing, 2011, p. 2.124)

* Melrose (blend of Melaleuca (M. alternifolia), Niauli (Melaleuca quinquenervia), Rosemary, and Clove) Uses: “This is a blend of four essential oils that have strong antiseptic properties to cleanse and disinfect cuts, scrapes, burns, rashes, and bruised tissue. These oils help regenerate damaged tissue and reduce inflammation. It is powerful when diffused to dispel odors, purify the air, and protect against daily radiation bombardment.” (Life Science Publishing, 2011, p. 2.121). Pink eye & ear infections.

* DiGize (blend of Tarragon, Ginger, Peppermint, Juniper, Fennel, Lemongrass, Anise, and Patchouli) Uses: ” Indigestion, heartburn, gas, and bloating. It helps fights Candida and it kills and digests parasite infestation.” (Life Science Publishing, 2011, p. 2.102). Nausea and vomiting.

* Raven (blend of Ravintsara, Eucalyptus (E. radiate), Peppermint, Wintergreen, and Lemon) Uses: “The oils of this blend fight against respiratory disease and infections such as tuberculosis, influenza, and pneumonia. It is highly antiviral and antiseptic.” (Life Science Publishing, 2011, p. 2.124)

* Purification (blend of Citronella, Lemongrass, Lavandin, Rosemary, Melaleuca, and Myrtle) Uses: “Cleanses and disinfects the air and neutralizes mildew, cigarette smoke, and disagreeable odors. It disinfects and cleanses cuts, scrapes, and bites from spiders, bees, hornets, and wasps.” (Life Science Publishing, 2011, p. 2.123). Repels bugs.

* Copaiba: Uses: Pain relief (strong anti-inflammatory), arthritis, rheumatism, skin disorders, insect bites, stomach distress, urinary disorders, sore throat (Life Science Publishing, 2011, p. 2.27). Copaiba has been found to have 200x the anti-inflammatory power of over-the-counter NSAIDS.

* Oregano: Uses: Arthritis/rheumatism respiratory infectious diseases, infections/tuberculosis, digestive problems (Life Science Publishing, 2011, p. 2.69)

* Balsam Fir: Uses: Throat/lung/sinus infections, fatigue, arthritis/rheumatism, urinary tract infections, scoliosis/lumbago/sciatica (Life Science Publishing, 2011, p. 2.11)

* Cypress: Uses: Diabetes, circulatory disorders, cancer (Jean Valnet, MD), grounding, stabilizing (Life Science Publishing, 2011, p. 2.31)

* Marjoram: Uses: Arthritis/rheumatism, muscle/nerve pain, headaches, circulatory disorders, respiratory infections, menstrual problems/PMS, fungal infections, ringworm, shingles, sores, spasms, and fluid retention (Life Science Publishing, 2011, p. 2.59)

* Rosemary: Uses: Infectious disease, liver conditions/hepatitis, throat/lung infections, hair loss (alopecia areata), impaired memory/Alzheimers (Life Science Publishing, 2011, p. 2.78)

* Cedarwood: Uses: Hair loss, arteriosclerosis, ADHD, skin problems (acne, eczema) (Life Science Publishing, 2011, p. 2.17)

* PanAway: (blend of Helichrysum, Wintergreen, Clove, and Peppermint) Uses: “Reduces pain and inflammation, increases circulation, and accelerates healing. It relieves swelling and discomfort from arthritis, sprains, muscle spasms and cramps, bumps, and bruises.) (Life Science Publishing, 2011, p. 2.122)

* Valor: (blend of Rosewood, Blue Tansy, Frankincense, Spruce, and Almond or Coconut Oil) Uses: “Balances energies and instills courage, confidence, and self-esteem. It helps the body self-correct its balance and alignment.” (Life Science Publishing, 2011, p. 2.133). Muscle relaxer, scoliosis/lumbago/sciatica

* Peace & Calming: (blend of Blue Tansy, Patchouli, Tangerine, Orange, and Ylang ylang) Uses: Promotes relaxation and a deep sense of peace and emotional well-being, helping to dampen tensions and uplift spirits. When massaged on the bottom of the feet, it can be a wonderful prelude to a peaceful night’s rest. It may calm overactive and hard-

to-manage children. It also reduces depression, anxiety, stress, and insomnia.” (Life Science Publishing, 2011, p. 2.122)

These EOs are available individually or at a special price when included in a kit. All of the EOs except for Marjoram, Balsam Fir, Oregano, Copaiba, and Helichrysum can be found in the Everyday Oils kit, Golden Touch kit, Raindrop kit, and Twelve oils of Ancient Scripture kit. You can buy them at wholesale or retail prices through this link. You will also want an Essential Oils Desk/Pocket Reference from Life Science Publishing to teach you how to use the EOs. Another great book is The Essential Survival Guide to Medical Preparedness. This book guides you to the procedures to take and which EOs/herbs to use for any medical situation you have to deal with on your own. I have been “oily” for a while, so please contact me to get started!

Are you prepared to take your health into your own hands?

 

 

PreppersWorld Fan Post By: Bethany Brown

*Special thanks to Bill and Carrie Liebich for helping me compile this list.

Chao, S., Oberg, C. J., & Young, D. G. (1998, Sep/Oct). Effect of Diffused Essential Oil Blend on Bacterial Bioaerosol. Journal of Essential Oil Research(10).

Chao, S., Young, G., Oberg, C., & Nakaoka, K. (2008, November/December). Inhibition of methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) by essential oils. Flavour and Fragrance Journal, 23(6), 444-449.

Life Science Publishing. (2011). Essential Oils Desk Reference. Special 5th Edition. United States of

Nowadays, some people become constrained when trying to get medications from the Web because they don’t know what is existing. According to statistics, it is not so easy to find reputable source. So itn’s no wonder that internet drugstores have grown in popularity over the last years. Well-known are medications which are used to reduce treat pain caused by lower back hurt etc. There are varied medicaments for each diseases. Cialis is a medicine prescribed to treat various ailments. What do you have to read about cialis online usa? What customers talk about buying cialis online? Many sure the forcefulness of Cialis is well documented. Absolutely, sexual disorders can boost circulation and reaffirm the joys of living. Certain far-famed medicines can mean screwing with your hard-on. Luckily, most cases of sexual dysfunction are treatable, so it is momentous to share your concerns with your partner and physician. At present, there are varied options for folk who suffer from this heartiness problem. Patients should always ask pharmacist for medical advice about the treatment. Throw away any remedy that is outdated. For instance the liquid remedies if possible must be kept in the cool place, but other may be stored at room temperature.

Preppers World Emergency Medical Kit.

1st-aid

Emergency Medical Kit is a must have for everyone regardless if you are a prepper or not! Having a Emergency Medical kit might save lives or at least help relief pain or stop bleeding during a medical emergency. It is even more important for preppers in a bug-out situation when professional medical care might not be available. Below is a list of items we suggest everyone should have in their emergency medical kit or Fist Aid pack!  (The list is just our recommendation, feel free to add or delete any items to better for your personal preference)

PreppersWorld Emergency Medical Kit! 
Butterfly sutures.
Headlamp (preferred) or flashlight
Safety razor blade
Needle-nose pliers with wire cutter
Sterile adhesive bandages in assorted sizes
Individually wrapped, sterile gauze pads
Roll of absorbent cotton
Antibiotic Ointments
Antibiotics
Steel sewing needle with heavy-duty thread
Surgical blades.
Floss or Fishing String
Aspirin & Ibuprofen
Antihistamine
Absorbent compress dressings
Splints
Tweezers
Scissors
Finger Nail Clipper
Cotton-tipped swabs
Surgical tape
Adhesive dressing
Thermometers
Quikclot wound care
Disposable gloves
Antihistamine cream
Triangular bandage
100 assorted adhesive plasters
Eye dressing
Small bottle sterile eyewash
Peroxide
Codeine phosphate
Chemical ice packs
1 bottle alcohol
Burn dressing
Medical Manual or First Aid Handbook
Hand sanitizer
Duct tape

Nowadays, some men become constrained when trying to get medications from the Web because they don’t know what is existing. According to statistics, it is not so easy to find reputable source. So itn’s no wonder that internet drugstores have grown in popularity over the last years. Well-known are medications which are used to reduce treat hurt caused by lower back pain etc. There are varied medicaments for each diseases. Cialis is a medicine prescribed to treat various ailments. What do you have to read about cialis online usa? What customers talk about buying cialis online? Many sure the forcefulness of Cialis is well documented. Absolutely, sexual disorders can boost circulation and reaffirm the joys of living. Certain far-famed medicines can mean screwing with your erection. Luckily, most cases of sexual disfunction are treatable, so it is momentous to share your concerns with your partner and physician. At present, there are varied options for humanity who suffer from this health problem. Patients should always ask dispenser for medical advice about the treatment. Throw away any remedy that is outdated. For instance the liquid remedies if possible must be kept in the cool place, but other may be stored at room temperature.