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Dealing with arthritis in Winter. Did you know that as weather changes arthritis gets worse thanks to barametric pressure? In the winter months, you should reach for these natural remedies for arthritic pain.
Can't sleep? Read this! During a crisis, your mind could be hyper alert with thoughts keeping you awake at night. Without adequate sleep you may not be able to follow through on an effective strategy of survival, which is why it's important for preppers to take note of natural remedies for insomnia.
Worms inside you. If you've ever had sushi, scooped cat poop, traveled to a developing country, or eaten a meal prepared by someone who didn't clean hands before cooking, you could have parasites wiggling inside. Here's how to get rid of the nasty parasites.
Top ten medicines to stockpile for emergencies. Medicine cabinet "must haves" for preppers... When there is no pharmacy what then? While you can't stockpile prescriptions beyond your needs, there are some basic over-the-counter medications preppers should have in the medicine cabinet. Here's our list of ten over-the-counter medications to stock...
Shop Amazon like a dollar store! Have you ever thought of shopping Amazon like a dollar store? It's possible when you know some tricks. One of the tricks is buying in bulk and you can buy in bulk online and save money.
Shop bulk foods online and use coupons to save up to 30%.
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Prepper Toilets. What's your plan when the stuff hits the fan? If your #1 place to go #2 isn't available because the toilets won't flush you need a backup option. Read about your Prepper Toilet Options.
Bad things a good prepper may do to survive. Every armed citizen should understand the law of self defense, as well as to consider the bad things they might do to survive a world without rule of law
How much water should you have for an emergency? A family of four needs 270 gallons of water for a three month supply, according to Utah State University. That's entirely too many bottles of water to have in storage, which is why you need to look at all your options for emergency water storage. How to buy large water tanks. Large water storage tanks provide the answer to your family's emergency water needs as a secondary source to the municipal water supply. No matter where you live, having a secondary supply of water is important.
How to buy large water tanks. Large water storage tanks provide the answer to your family's emergency water needs as a secondary source to the municipal water supply. No matter where you live, having a secondary supply of water is important. You can have large water tanks delivered! Here's what to know about large water tanks.
Think you're tapping into clean drinking water? When you turn on the faucet you may be tapping into a cocktail of unwanted contaminants, potentially deadly toxins and organisms. Instead tap into this article on the 10 reasons not to drink the tap water.
Home, sweet homestead. For those still dreaming of owning a homestead, it's good to know that you really can buy land for next to nothing to get your homestead started.
How to pick a prepper's sleeping bag. Sleep tight knowing you've picked the right sleeping bag for bugging out or camping. Here's everything you need to know about how to pick a prepper's sleeping bag.
Shopping thrift shops for prepping books? Prepping books are hard to come by at garage sales and thrift shops, but you can shop Amazon for used prepping and survival books and save money. Here are Ten Prepping books to buy used on Amazon.
Have butter in your food storage? Butter is loaded with Vitamin A, packed with healthy fats, and a staple in just about every prepper's kitchen. Here's everything you need to know about your butter food storage options, including how to dehydrate butter, where to get canned butter and butter powder ~ and so much more.
Every prepper should have a battery tester. The battery tester, pictured right, requires no batteries to operate (other than the batteries you're testing). The Ampprobe battery tester tests standard and rechargeable batteries: 9V, AA, AAA, C, D, 1.5V Button Type. Learn a few prepper battery hacks before you need them.
Emergency water pouches. What's the deal with those emergency drinking water pouches in survival kits? Are emergency water pouches worth the price?
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