Emergency preparedness: How to make your own activated charcoal

Activated charcoal can be used for water filtration and gas masks or for treating poison. In an SHTF scenario, it would be ideal to have it on hand all the time. While making your own activated charcoal takes time, it can be done at a fraction of the cost in stores. A pound of activated charcoal would … Continue reading Emergency preparedness: How to make your own activated charcoal

Honey: The ultimate survival food that doesn’t expire

Honey is an essential survival food and storing it is painless because it has no expiration date. It is the original sweetener, known and consumed by our ancestors eons ago and have been used medicinally for 8,000 years. It is suitable for immediate consumption in its unprocessed state, unlike any other major sweetener. In its pure … Continue reading Honey: The ultimate survival food that doesn’t expire

Salt: How and why to store this survival essential

No good list of must-have items for survival would be complete without salt. It might not occupy the same position of urgency as water or food in general, but it’s a fact that the human body cannot survive without at least some sodium. Salt is the main source of sodium and chloride ions in our … Continue reading Salt: How and why to store this survival essential

Some American paramedics are now refusing to save people who can’t breathe because of insane covid rules

Because of “some covid law,” California paramedics say they refused to attend to a dying man during a recent emergency call, which led to the man dyingwithout the care he needed. The incident took place on November 11 in Rialto. The man, 56-year-old Joseph Angulo, was in a care facility when he suddenly stopped breathing. A 911 call … Continue reading Some American paramedics are now refusing to save people who can’t breathe because of insane covid rules

Food supply 101: Food preservation and storage techniques to learn before SHTF

Preppers know that they need to stockpile enough food before SHTF to keep their family fed for a long-term survival scenario. If you’re a newbie prepper, you can start your own food supply by learning how to make DIY meals, ready-to-eat (MREs) or pemmican. (h/t to PreppersWill.com) The point of prepping is not to panic or become … Continue reading Food supply 101: Food preservation and storage techniques to learn before SHTF

Patients brought to Canadian hospitals by ambulance forced to wait hours for emergency care

Patients being brought into hospitals in Canada by ambulance are being subjected to hours-long waits as the country’s publicly funded health system struggles with staffing shortages. Alberta Health Services Paramedic Don Sharpe recently spoke with RAIR Foundation USA to explain how hospitals there are regularly forcing patients in urgent need of care to wait for hospital admission. … Continue reading Patients brought to Canadian hospitals by ambulance forced to wait hours for emergency care

How to use plants to maintain personal hygiene even when SHTF

Soap, shampoo and toothpaste are just some of the products that people use daily to keep themselves clean, yet preppers and survivalists often take these personal hygiene items for granted. Naturally, they’d be too concerned about making it out alive when disaster strikes or when SHTF to think about the importance of such items. But … Continue reading How to use plants to maintain personal hygiene even when SHTF

Emergency rooms across America getting FLOODED with patients suffering acute organ failure and debilitating symptoms… media claims it has nothing to do with covid vaccines

National Public Radio (NPR) is flabbergasted by a major uptick in emergency room admissions across the United States. Even though it is painfully obvious that “fully vaccinated” Americans are getting sick in droves NPR is chalking it all up to mystery – or perhaps something spooky since Halloween is just days away. In Lansing, Mich., for instance, Sparrow Hospital is … Continue reading Emergency rooms across America getting FLOODED with patients suffering acute organ failure and debilitating symptoms… media claims it has nothing to do with covid vaccines

Emergency preparedness: All-season transportation options in a post-SHTF world

When SHTF, getting from one place to another might be harder than usual. For instance, if almost everyone in your area is trying to drive away to safety, then expect heavy traffic to delay your evacuation as well. Law enforcement officers may also want to check vehicles on their way out, thereby worsening traffic. Certain disasters, such as earthquakes and … Continue reading Emergency preparedness: All-season transportation options in a post-SHTF world

Prepping 101: What to expect when the power goes out

  A power outage may not seem so bad, especially if you’re a prepper with a survival stockpile that’s full of supplies for your whole family. But what if the power outage lasts for a week or more? To make sure you’re not caught completely by of guard, follow the tips below to survive a long-term power outage. (h/t to AskAPrepper.com) … Continue reading Prepping 101: What to expect when the power goes out