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  • Do you know the value of a red chem light? Every prepper
    should own the red kind and know the differences between
    the colors. Red may not burn as bright, but there's good
    reason to stock the red ones. On chem light color uses,
    there's much to know: All about chem lights.







  • It might be time to stock vodka. It's almost the perfect
    prep: vodka virtually never expires, it has bartering value,
    medicinal purpose and a multitude of uses. Straight up!
    Consider stockpiling vodka in the name of survival.

  • The humble safety pin and prepping. There's a "safety pin
    movement" and these people have no idea of the history of
    safety pins. Here's the truth about the safety pin.





  • Live near a nuclear reactor? You might as well stock up on
    iOSAT -- Potassium Iodide tablets. Get one packet for
    everyone in your household. Stockpiling potassium iodide
    (KI), Nukepills, pictured right, is highly recommended by
    health officials worldwide to prevent thyroid cancer of those
    exposed to radioactive iodine following a nuclear reactor
    accident or detonation of a nuclear weapon. Radioactive
    iodine can travel hundreds of miles downwind, such as it did
    after the Chernobyl and Fukushima disasters.


  • Get your Gamma Seal Lids! Gamma seal lids convert
    buckets into waterproof and airtight storage containers. They
    make it easy to get into your food storage! Ordinary buckets
    may have a lid, but you'll surely break a fingernail getting
    into your food storage if you don't have a bucket opener.
    Gamma seal is a plastic screw on bucket lid that's easy to
    open and easy to seal back for the next time.


  • Maintaining Situational Awareness. From surviving natural
    disasters, man-made disasters and disease outbreaks, to  
    urban disasters, crime, violence and terrorist attacks,
    readers will learn the self-reliance strategies and more. Read
    the Ultimate Situational Survival Guide.


  • November is National Diabetes awareness month.

  • Revisit this popular prepping article: Ten free preps. We
    promise you that they won't cost you a dime.

  • Here's a hot idea in prepping: get a thermos! A thermos
    might seem like an odd prep, but there are many more
    reasons to get a thermos in your preps.

  • What does the U.S. Military use to purify water? The
    answer? Katadyn pocket water filter is a favorite of outdoor
    enthusiasts, international travelers, and the U.S. Military.

  • Updated list of Top Prepper Web sites.  This list of top
    ranking prepper web sites now includes homesteading sites,
    too. The list is based on Alexa rankings. Is your favorite site
    on the list of top prepper Web sites?






  • What to expect when a prepper is expecting. Hey Mama!
    Hey Papa! Get your obstetrical kit together, re-evaluate your
    bugout bag, stock the pregnant prepper's pantry, get baby
    safe and more. Be prepared to handle a pregnancy in crisis.




  • Prepare for economic collapse. Right now the economy is
    hanging in there. The time to prepare for economic collapse
    is when things are still good.





  • Doing the laundry without electricity. Off-grid washing
    machines and how to do the laundry without electricity.
    Wash clothes without electricity, like the Amish! Here's a list
    of the Off grid laundry methods.

  • When you think pink, think pink Himalayan salt!
    Discover the healing powers of Himalayan pink salt. Learn
    about Himalayan salt lamps, and salt slabs for the
    homestead and how Himalayan Pink salt home remedies
    have backing by the scientific community.

  • Bentonite clay. First it was a secret of the ancients, then it
    was a secret of the cosmetic industry, and now preppers
    have a secret: it's bentonite clay. What is bentonite clay?
    It's the most important clay you never heard about for
    detoxification, gardening and even household cleaning.

  • Prepper carts. Consider owning a handcart, wheelbarrow or
    wagon to help with the task of hauling your supplies! A hand
    cart is an indispensable tool for off-grid living. Review this
    list of ten carts for preppers.

  • Knives are still an important part of survival. Today you
    can't enter a court room, a school room, or a plane with a
    knife, but back in the day a gentleman, an outdoorsman, or
    a boy scout was never without a pocket knife. Things have
    changed, but one thing hasn't: the importance of knives in
    survival! Here are the best military and survival knives.


  • Zeer pot method of evaporative cooling. Meet the person
    who re-invented the zeer pot idea to help his people
    preserve food. A zeer pot is a simple off-grid refrigerator
    solution. Learn how to build a zeer pot.

  • Prepare your dog for survival. You need only look at a
    homeless person with his or her dog to know the true value
    of owning a canine in crisis. A dog is perhaps the last most
    precious possession a human can own. Get prepared and

  • How to get the bugs to bugout, naturally!




  • Know about the antibiotic apocalypse! There's a superbug
    that's coming and man has engineered the catastrophe
    himself. Learn how to survive the superbug.

  • Build a better "Get home bag." What's in your "get home
    bag" is vastly different from what's in a bugout bag. Get a
    good idea of what and how to pack your get home bag.

  • Bugout bags by backpackers. Everyone has an opinion
    about a bugout bag and what goes inside, but the ones to
    pay closest attention to are the backpackers and soldiers.
    Learn to pack your bugout bag like backpacker!

  • Lifestraw Community can filter 26,000 gallons of water!
    You may be familiar with the Lifewater straw, but did you
    know they have a gravity fed system that can provide water
    to an entire community? Lifestraw Community, pictured
    right, can purify between 70,000-100,000 liters of water.
    That's 18,000- 26,000 gallons of water, which is enough to
    serve community settings for several years and doesn't
    require electrical power or batteries.

  • How to prepare for pandemic. If Ebola taught prepper's  
    anything, it's that people can make selfish decisions and
    that a pandemic panic can wipe out pandemic supplies in
    short order. Gas masks are still in short supply nationwide.
    Learn how to prepare for the next pandemic.

  • What are bouillon cubes (and why do you want them in
    your food storage? Bouillon cubes are compact cubes
    loaded with flavor. Bring bouillon cubes in your bugout bag
    and stock them in your prepper's pantry.

  • Prepper's Guide to the Food Saver. If you've been thinking
    about getting a Food Saver, but weren't sure, then this will
    "seal the deal!" The Food Saver will save your food and a
    help you prepare for emergencies, too. Discover weird ways
    preppers use a FoodSaver.







  • Maybe sugar isn't all that bad. People generally agree
    sugar is bad, but they don't define sugar. There's a
    difference between granulated sugar and cane sugar. Learn
    the healthy sugars, why sugar isn't as bad as you may think
    and why preppers should stock sugar in their preps. The
    truth about sugar is pretty sweet.

  • Disinfecting water in an emergency. Your water source
    during crisis may be contaminated. Get crystal clear on the
    ways to purify water.


  • Flick your BIC lighter. Mykel Hawke brings a BIC -- it's a
    favorite survival tool. A survivor of the Bosnian war found
    BIC lighters to be more valuable than a generator, and we
    agree. See our wholesale source of BIC lighters.

  • How to keep the mosquitoes away.


  • Temporary Dental Kits. Haven't got time for the pain?

  • Ration bars are not the same as energy bars. What's the
    real purpose of a ration bar and how is it different from a
    food bar? Which should you pack in your bugout bag? What's
    the best ration bar? Read all about ration bars.


  • Reasons to stockpile oats in the prepper's pantry.
    The list of possibilities is endless when it comes to oats.
    You can toast oats, grind them into flour, bake them, sprout
    them, boil them, and also make oat milk, use them
    medicinally and more. We've enhanced this article to include
    a total of 15 ideas for including them in your pantry. It's
    time to stockpile oats in the prepper's pantry.

  • Cool solar gear you didn't know existed. Things are
    heating up in solar products with many viable options for
    preppers. A solar firestarter? A solar refrigerator? A solar
    clock that isn't a sundial? Have fun with these and more
    solar prepping ideas.

  • Best protein source for preppers. Preppers often stockpile
    ample supplies of rice and beans, but their meat food
    storage is lacking. You'd be surprised at the kinds of meat
    available in a can that your local grocery store just doesn't
    stock. Take for example, ground beef in a can or canned
    bacon. Meats are the best protein source in a can.

  • A water filter for radiological contaminants? Yes! The
    Seychelle Family Radiological Water Filter, right, removes
    Radiological Contaminants such as Gross Beta, Radon 222,
    Alpha Radium 226, Plutonium, Uranium, Cesium 134 and 13!


    but probably doesn't.

  • The importance of socks and pantyhose in survival.
    You won't look at your sock drawer in the same way ever
    again when you know... clean socks can help you avoid
    trench foot, filter water in a survival situation and more.

  • Water storage and lessons on survival. Do you have
    enough water for your family? A family of four needs 270
    gallons for a three-month supply according to Utah State
    University. Here are the seven lessons on water for survival.

  • Do you own a chemical suit? It's an inexpensive prep.
    Here's why you should get a chemical suit for everyone in
    your family or group: Not all deadly threats come in the form
    of guns or other weapons.

  • Popular articles on emergency preparedness...
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