Monthly Archives: August 2013

Honey – A Top Survival Food, Wound Healer And All-purpose Health Tonic

Surprisingly, research has found that manuka reduces plaque and bacteria in the mouth when rubbed onto the gums. Sick with the flu? Manuka is a superstar here too. A study in Spain discovered compounds in honey that destroy the influenza … Continue reading

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Put Together a Winter Car Emergency Kit

That way you won’t be stuck gnawing on a four year old protein bar when you eventually have to bust into your emergency kit. Have a sleeping bagwinter weight!in the truck, along with winter boots and additional winter clothing. The … Continue reading

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BUG OUT BAG

I also include an additional knife, small leatherman and a hatchet. I pack these so that they are easily accessible. Paracord has many uses, from shelter building to snare setting, so I am sure to pack a few hundred feet … Continue reading

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Winter Survival Foods

The bark may then be ground into flour and mixed with bread flour or made into ash cakes, which Tom Brown describes as flattened, pancaked dough laid on the white, hot wood ash of campfires, turned frequently to cook evenly. … Continue reading

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Zombie Survival Kit

For Sale: $24K Zombie Survival Kit Your first defence is a bejewelled style cube game. Fight to the top of the high score list against other players, or play offline for fun. ZOMBIE TRANSLATOR When they do approach you, try … Continue reading

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Hurricane Isaac reminds Americans to stay prepared with a ‘Bug Out Bag’ (BOB)

Bug-out bag: What to pack for a disaster Spare clothing and quality shoes (NO FLIP FLOPS!) If you don’t yet have your own BOB prepped and ready to go, let Hurricane Isaac be a timely reminder. Because Isaac may turn … Continue reading

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Emergency preparedness checklist for perfect storm Hurricane Sandy – Here’s what you need to get NOW

Disaster Management Trainer and Consultant Personal hygiene items, including toilet paper. Emergency multi-purpose knife. Matches, lighters and fire starting devices. Activities to pass the time when there’s no TV: books, cards, games, etc. Copies of your important paperwork and identification … Continue reading

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