In a post-societal collapse, vitamin and mineral deficiencies and nutritional shortages will be very serious challenges to overcome.
The following products are the basic items a prepper can use that will help prepare to live and thrive in the aftermath of a disaster. These products encompass your very basic needs and will provide you with the beginnings of a solid collection of prepping tools.
Psychological issues are prominent in our society and because many rely on medications to cope, they may not be ready to deal with the aftermath of a disaster. This article outlines the most likely psychological issues to be aware of and ways to coping in a grid down/societal collapse period when there will be plenty of stressors to adversely affect you.
We must come to the understanding that there is no true safety net for us to fall into; it’s up to ourselves to get us out trouble.
If society were to break down tomorrow, the value of the things we own and the skills we have would be turned on its head.
Before your immune system is rundown by the flu virus, start taking this natural concoction of honey, lemon and ginger. Taken daily or when you are feeling ill, this syrup will be your best friend during those cold winter months when the virus are at their most active.
During an emergency, we are often left to fend for ourselves. Learn how to use layers to create a food storage pantry based on nutritious foods in order for your family to thrive during the most difficult of times.
Having emergency fuel sources on hand can be a life saver. Here are the top six fuel sources to consider with emergency planning.
Natural emergencies not only disrupt our lives but our food supplies as well. Learn how to protect your perishable food supply during power disruptions and how to maintain basic sanitation practices during emergencies.
The key to a successful emergency food supply is not only variety but balancing your food supply with proper caloric and nutritional content. Learn more here.
When water is unavailable, we must tap into other sources for emergency use. According to FEMA, there are sources in the home that you can access for emergency water.
We must prepare for the unexpected, and there are times when the unexpected will be time sensitive. Having medical response packs pre-assembled for those time crucial moments can help in better and more efficient medical care.