When it comes to your medical preparation for a post-disaster scenario, heal-anything natural remedies are the safest way to go.
You can provide adequate first aid and take care of yourself even in freezing weather. Follow these steps and meet the challenges.
The day may come when you can’t just head to the store and pick up another bottle of acetaminophen to treat your sick child. Here’s what to do instead!
The best way to defeat bacteria naturally is to approach your battle from all sides. It sounds simple, and it generally is. Here are the secrets!
When it comes to survival, what you eat can save you more than you imagine. Here are 10 foods that solve your medical emergencies.
Originally chloroform was used as an anesthetic to knock people out for surgery. Now you can make it at home.
If SHTF, access to antibiotics may become limited or impossible. If that happens, it’s important to know how to make antibiotics at home.
You should have at least a month’s medical supply. What if you don’t have access to what you need, though? Find out how to build your medical supply!
Food poisoning in an everyday situation is bad enough but at least you have access to medical care. In a post SHTF situation, it can be deadly.
They’ve been used for healing and for harm so you should know about which wildflowers are worth being in your medical kit in case you need them.
Without good follow up treatment–especially with infections–gunshot fatalities increase to almost 90%. Learn from a vet how to survive.
What if you face the squirting, bloody mess of a gaping blackish red hole in someone’s shoulder from a blast of AK fire?
What you eat truly does affect your health but some items have a curative effect that you may find instantly helpful.
First aid isn’t anymore about knowing your ABC’s… when drug use or special needs get in the way, things change…
In a time of crisis there will be people trapped or buried alive in buildings. Others may be trapped underground. Do you know how to signal to survive?
Not having enough meds is perhaps the biggest health issue known to chronic patients who are preparing for long-term survival after a catastrophic event.