There are ways you can deal with everything from a small cut to a medical emergency with everyday items you can use for first aid. #urbansurvivalsite #survivalhacks #firstaid #prepping #frugality
Without the power grid and fundamental distribution systems, things like food and water will be hard to come by. That includes life-saving medications. #urbansurvivalsite #firstaid #medicalsupplies #veterinarymedicine #preparedness
Of all the major disasters that could happen, a pandemic is one of the most likely. It’s happened before, so we know it will happen again.
If you’re in the middle of a disaster and you didn’t stock up on over-the-counter medications, you’ll regret it.
You have a decent chance of surviving a nuclear attack as long you’re not in the fire zone and you can get to a good shelter. At that point, the thing you’ll have to worry about is not the bomb itself but the nuclear fallout.
The perfect medical kit to have at a crowded event, but it would be good in any SHTF scenario where you might encounter dangerous people with firearms.
While many preppers are preparing to survive a nuclear strike, I think the focus should be on preparing to deal with the radiation and fallout.
After a disaster, the level of hygiene will plunge due to a lack water, no sewage treatment plants, and no garbage collection. Get these hygiene items.
In this video, The Patriot Nurse explains how to put together a good medical kit for only $50. It covers wounds, diarrhea, and upper respiratory infections.
Many first aid supplies such as medication and bandages are not reusable, meaning that you will want to have ample stocks of these crucial items.