Relieving Pain with Natural Herbs and Plants

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Aches and pains are just a part of life. However, in a disaster scenario, these minor aches and pains could lead to disastrous mistakes in your decision-making and can make even normal survival tasks like procuring food and water a nightmare.   In good times we can always pop a couple Advil or worst case, …

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Procuring Water When Utilities Are Shut Off

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 If you’ve been prepping for more than…well…a few hours, you probably understand the importance of stockpiling a source of purified water. Public utilities are fragile to say the least, and anything from inclement weather to a SHTF scenario could cause disruptions in public water.   Unfortunately, water is also one of the hardest things to …

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Pop Quiz! How Many Of These Top 40 Uncommon Prep Supplies Do You Stockpile?

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Everyone should have plenty of stored food, water, ammo and all the other survival essentials to bug out or go on lockdown at home for at least a month. There are however numerous prep items that go overlooked by most preppers.   In today’s post we’ll identify 40 prep items that you might not already …

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How to Prep For an Upper Respiratory Infection

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In the next year alone, over 1 BILLION people will seek some sort of medical attention for an upper respiratory infection. It is by far the most common ailment in the world today. Although a respiratory infection shouldn’t be fatal on its own for most people, an upper respiratory infection can lead to a decreased …

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Top 3 Plants That Will Save You the Most Money on Groceries When Grown At Home

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One reason why a lot of preppers get into gardening is because they believe that growing their own vegetables will not only be a healthier option than buying produce from the grocery store, but that growing their own will also save them loads of money. (There’s also the not-so-small matter of knowing how to actually …

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