Using herbs and plants for medicinal use is nothing new. Native Americans used them for thousands of years.
There are plenty of threats that people associate with a major disaster. Infection, however, is rarely one of them. #urbansurvivalsite #infection #disaster #pandemic #shtf
If the grid goes down and you’re sticking out the disaster at home, you’ll need an urban survival toilet. Here’s how to make one.
If you are concerned about a day when antibiotics aren’t available, consider trying these herbal alternatives.
After the SHTF, it will be too late to get your teeth fixed, get new glasses, get medical procedures, lose weight, or get in shape. Do these things now.
One of the most commonly overlooked aspects of preparedness is the question of what to do with excrement after a major disaster. Here’s what to do.
In an SHTF event, when food delivery systems are down and the stores quickly run out of all food supplies, how will you keep eating healthy? Here’s how.
Aside from the alcohol wipes that are part of your first aid kit, do you have anything in your bag to use for personal survival hygiene?
Since water is usually in short supply during disasters, it’s important to reuse water whenever you can. Reused water is also known as grey water.
The following diseases aren’t really an issue in developed countries, but after the SHTF they will be much more prevalent.