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What is the easiest food to grow at home?

We hope that the worst-case scenario never happens, but if it does, you’ll need to start growing your own food. So what is the easiest food to grow at home? Fava Beans Fava or Broad beans are one of the easiest vegetables to grow.  Fava beans are a cool-weather annual vegetable, planted in either the

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How to make homemade dish soap like Dawn

How to make homemade dish soap like Dawn

Ideally, you’ll be able to go to the grocery store or log onto Amazon and buy dish soap like Dawn, but what if that was no longer an option and you needed to be able to make your own? If you’re looking for a DIY dishwashing soap that gets the job done, you are going to

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How to prune a lemon tree

How to prune a lemon tree

When it comes time to plant fruit trees you should always add a lemon tree. Lemons are great for you. They support heart health, are a good source of vitamin C. But that’s not all. Lemon’s are perfect for any kitchen. There are so many recipes they can be added to. The sweet, tangy flavor

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What are alternatives to pharmaceutical medicines when the SHTF?

What are alternatives to pharmaceutical medicines when the SHTF?

The whole point of prepping is to hope for the best but prepare for the worst. Nobody wants the worst-case scenario, but when the SHTF, what are some alternatives to pharmaceutical medicines? Preparing for medical emergencies where there is no doctor isn’t going to be easy. It takes planning and a lot of research. Antibiotics

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Best Medications to Stockpile for Emergencies and Everyday Use

Best Medications to Stockpile for Emergencies and Everyday Use

Picture this: You’ve woken up at 3 AM with a pounding headache, lockdown measures are in place, and the nearest health facility is miles away. In such a scenario, having a well-stocked home pharmacy could prove decisive. Stockpiling on the right medication is essential in handling emergencies, combating sickness, and promoting the well-being of your

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How to Store Water for an Emergency

How to Store Water for an Emergency

Climatic changes, hurricanes, and other natural disasters can leave people without running water, or with running water that is unhealthy to drink or use. Supply lines are disrupted in certain situations, which makes it impossible for people to get clean water and losing access to our everyday water supply. Therefore, making yourself ready for emergency

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Why you need an Emergency Lighting system

Why you need an Emergency Lighting system

An emergency light is a device that switches on automatically when a building experiences a power outage. Every model, therefore, requires some sort of a battery or generator system that could provide electricity to the lights during a blackout. Emergency lighting helps people to see clearly, avoid obstacles, locate equipment, and navigate effectively throughout a

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How to care for a lemon tree in a pot

How to care for a lemon tree in a pot

Unless you are able to grow your own food, you aren’t going to be able to survive long term under the worst-case scenario. You need food and water to survive and in the worst of situations, you may no longer have something like a grocery store to visit. This is why you need to learn

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What antibiotics should you stockpile for emergencies?

What antibiotics should you stockpile for emergencies?

There are five antibiotics that you should consider for your prepper pharmacy, to prepare for an emergency. As they say … it’s better to be safe, than sorry. Many drugs stored under reasonable conditions retain 90% of their potency for at least 5 years after the expiration date on the label, and sometimes much longer.

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Pandemic vs Epidemic ... What's the difference?

Pandemic vs Epidemic … What’s the difference?

A pandemic or a “global pandemic” is an epidemic that’s spread over multiple countries or continents.  While an epidemic is a disease that affects a large number of people within a community, population, or region. The first recorded instance of the word epidemic being used to refer to a widespread disease is around the year 430

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