Bottled water is a popular item to store in case of an emergency. So then why is there an expiration date on bottled water?
Nine predominant waterborne diseases and how to use natural medicines to combat them.
Good Day, Ready Nutrition Readers! Welcome to “Part I” of a 3-part series detailing information on the fundamentals of water in a survival and preparedness arena. Today’s article will cover some purification methods and tools available to individuals and small...
Between the blistering heat, rough terrain, and lack of water or wildlife, the desert presents peculiar challenges that are not seen anywhere else.
Between droughts and natural emergencies, many communities have gone without water in recent years. Now is the time to store a supply of water before the next disaster strikes.
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.
The conservation is not a mere “greening” but an exercise in supply and logistics…stretching your resources to the maximum of their conservation and employment.
Most people don’t think they need to worry about dehydration. But there is a chronic form of dehydration that does not have the sudden and intense nature of the acute form.
We all have holes in our preparedness supplies. Here are five cost effective ways to store water for emergencies.
Whether the water delivery system stops functioning, or the water supply becomes tainted, you can practically guarantee that our precious H2O will become a hot commodity during a crises.
Water is an important part of our lives, and something we take for granted. Learnings ways to conserve water will help during droughts, economic hardships, keeping the utility bill down and conserving our vital natural resources. Here are 6 ways to conserve water from the home.
The water crisis in Flint, Michigan isn’t the only water supply found sickening its citizens. At least 74 million Americans in 42 states drink chromium-polluted tap water, much of it likely in the cancer-causing hexavalent form.
We use water for everything from food preparation to cleaning the dishes, cleaning our bodies, brushing our teeth and for drinking. When our water supply is interrupted, we must rely on the supplies we have for survival.
Did you know that bleach has a shelf life of months? Many preppers who are planning to use their bleach to treat water may be in for a surprise when the bleach is not as effective as orginally believed. Here is an alternative to bleach that has a shelf life of 20 years!
Instead of doing something sane like testing the chemical under lab conditions first, they decided to skip that step and drag the citizens of Sacramento into their incredibly thoughtless experiment.
Many of the infections that used to be a nightmare for our ancestors, are now coming back with a vengeance.
Here are four ways to effectively remove up to 90%-95% of fluoride and other harmful chemicals in you water.
It just goes to show you, that the government has no respect for our rights, and thinks everything belongs to them.
It’s often amazing how many people still view the dangers posed to health from fluoride in the water supply as nothing more than a “conspiracy theory”
Tarps serve multiple purposes in an emergency situation and are great for long-term uses. Here are 10 practical uses for tarps in an emergency situation.
Tourniquets aren’t discussed often when it comes to prepping supplies; the focus seems to be on medical supplies such as antibiotics and simple first aid kit. But a tourniquet should be added to your gear, and there is one big life-saving reason why.
Winter brings about erratic weather patterns and chances are that we may be caught in them while we are driving. Having an emergency kit in our vehicles will help to ensure our basic needs are met.
The elderly are a part of the population that is the most vulnerable during times of evacuation and emergency. They face many concerns both before a disaster strikes and immediately afterward.
Survival seeds are one of those long-term preparedness measures that every family should have. If the days come when a survival garden is needed, the family will be happy to have invested in such an important prep item.
Do you have the best foods to get you through those critical 72-hours?
An EMP has hit while you are traveling home from work. What do you do? Are you ready? This step-by-step plan may save your life.
Nature has all that is needed to survive. Even if wild game, berries, and plants cannot be found, there are still edible choices to be found.
Here’s how to build an emergency pantry that is packed with nutritious, shelf-stable foods that will help your family keep energy levels up.
In a long-term emergency where society has collapsed, you’ll want to save that ammo and rely on ancient weapons in times that their silent employ could very well mean the difference between life and death.