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3 Types Of Thieves Preppers Should Be Planning For

3 Types Of Thieves Preppers Should Be Planning For

The purpose of this article is to discuss the Human threat to your retreat location. This Human threat can take on multiple modes, some very dangerous to your safety and others not so much. The trick, of course, is figuring out the nature of each and every encounter while you can still affect the outcome.

How We Kept The Cottage Warm in Winter

How We Kept The Cottage Warm in Winter

Get a metal range or a wood burner as they are more economical on fuel and the metal itself stores up heat. They are also safer and easier to cook on than an open fire.

FIREARMS AND DISASTER PREPAREDNESS

FIREARMS AND DISASTER PREPAREDNESS

When you’re looking at survival for many weeks and possibly many months (years?) the equipment complement that you’ll need varies greatly from the gear that worked for planned short-term outings.

How to Choose the Right Honey for Your First Aid Kit

How to Choose the Right Honey for Your First Aid Kit

If you look over all the different brands of honey in the grocery store, they may all share the same golden hue and they may all, for the most part, taste delicious; but not all of them are very good at treating wounds.

Food Intolerances versus Food Allergies: The Differences

Food Intolerances versus Food Allergies: The Differences

In reality, there is a massive distinction between the two in both the effects the conditions have on the body and the treatment required.

Did you know pine trees can be used as food, medicine and survival equipment?

5 Self-Sustaining Uses For the Versatile Pine Tree

The pine is one of the most useful trees on the planet, providing food, shelter, medicine and fuel. Knowing how to utilize this versatile resource could someday be the key to your very survival if you find yourself alone in the wilderness.

“Canadian Flu Vaccine Paradox” Admits Vaccines Are Causing More Illness

Canadian Media Admits Flu Vaccine Is a Sham

Canadian mainstream media has taken a bold new step – admitting the problem that frequent vaccines are creating a cascade of more illnesses.

Using Vegetables to Thicken Soups and Stews

Using Vegetables to Thicken Soups and Stews

When I look at food these days the colours amaze me. Everything is so bright, unnaturally bright.

Why You Should eat Garlic on an Empty Stomach

Why You Should eat Garlic on an Empty Stomach

Garlic: Nature’s Original Remedy Garlic contains more than four hundred different mineral components including many antioxidants which, have a number of positive therapeutic properties.

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