SHTF Pest Control
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I do not know of a single human on this planet who enjoys mosquitoes, ticks, roaches, or creepy crawlies. Barring the entomologist in the world, being outside with bugs can mess up a perfect camping trip. Fortunately, there are many options to spray around and life is good. However, in a grid down scenario, we will not have the luxury of heading to the local big box and getting a new can of mosquito, roach, or wasp spray. Continue reading SHTF Pest Control!→
Hygiene and sanitation, how prepared are you really in regards to and (in the worst case) coping with gasto-intestinal disease in a post-disaster environment? Today, on The Human Path Sam Coffman discusses everything you ever wanted to know (and some things you maybe didn’t!) about purifying Continue reading Hygiene being #1 or #2→
In this episode, learn to fight serious respiratory infections with herbs. Herbs can be used successfully for everything from the common cold to influenza, bronchitis, pneumonia, and more. We will discuss simple, every day herbs, plus a few which may be new to you. You will want to jot down these herbs to grow in your garden this year, so have your notebooks handy!
In this episode of Herbal Prepper Live, we’re going to go over what belongs on a “pandemic checklist”, and how Herbal Medicine can help fill in the gaps on that checklist.
The massive Ebola outbreak in West Africa has caused a surge of interest in pandemic preparedness. While it’s good to be aware of the risks that Ebola presents, pandemic preparedness is about more than just Ebola or any one disease.
There’s a lot of hype and fear here on the Internet regarding the Ebola outbreak, and you may be concerned about your safety, and that of your loved ones. I know I certainly have been, because my Wife has a suppressed immune system. I’ve done some research on the subject, and I thought I’d share with you what I have found, as well as some common sense thoughts about how to protect yourself if the disease becomes wide spread here in the United States. So here are some things you should know!!! Continue reading PROTECTING YOURSELF FROM EBOLA→
Hygiene and sanitation, how prepared are you really in regards to and (in the worst case) coping with gasto-intestinal disease in a post-disaster environment? Today, on The Human Path Sam Coffman discusses everything you ever wanted to know (and some things you maybe didn’t!) about purifying your water, taking care of human waste, and dealing with gastro-intestinal distress, using both orthodox medicine as well as a plant-medicine (herbalism) and common sense.
Not only do we need to have several different “hygiene / sanitation” alternatives for purifying our water and cooking or preparing our food, but we also have more than one sanitation plan. This means having enough water to stay relatively clean as well as having a way to dispose of human waste. What are all your options? You should be prepared to deal with hygiene and sanitation in several ways, because you can’t always know what to expect or what you will have to work with. The key here is to be informed and to be adaptable to any situation.
Do you know what kind of diseases and toxins you need to be concerned with through your water and your food? Do you know what kinds of filtration works with what kinds of pathogens and what kinds of toxins? If you do get sick from bad water or food, what are the top antibiotics and top medicinal herbs you should have available (or be able to find)? Join Sam Coffman as he shares his experience as a Special Forces medic in the field, working with exactly these types of issues on hygiene and sanitationin remote, post-disaster and medically underserved environments.
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Can this oil really heal people and pets with cancer and many health issues? Learn how important the Hemp Cannabis Plant really is THE ANSWER to restoring the well-being of the planet: environment, health and industry. Rick Simpson joins Sheri, “The Organic Pet Lady” again for the third part of the series on the Pet Prep Radio Show to talk about the controversial issues and opposition that surrounds this amazing plant and the Medicinal Hemp Oil, otherwise known as “RSO” or “Rick Simpson Oil”. This Oil is healing animals and people, keeping them from death’s door with a high quality of life. Be sure to listen to the prior shows, parts I and II and share with your friends and family. Listen to this show in player below!
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What would you be willing to do to prove a point? Would you be willing to take off your shoes, and go barefoot for as long as it takes to achieve your goal?
Dana Richardson and Sarah Zentz, probably best known for their work as a production team on the Back to Eden movie with Paul Gautschi, have teamed up again to create Goshen, a documentary film which explores communities in diverse regions of the world living with remarkable health and life-sustaining provisions. Goshen reveals how to establish healthy, sustainable communities which can survive, even thrive, despite global increases in disease and famine.
These two have decided, as a way to raise funds for the production of Goshen, to take off their shoes and go barefoot for the sake of donations, until they meet their goal of $12,000.
Join Katzcradu, when her guest, on The Homestead Honey Hour, will be these two movie makers extraordinaire. They’ll discuss how the success of Back to Eden led them to make Goshen.
You want to grow your own vegetables, but you’re unsure of what seeds to buy. With so many seed catalogs and online options to choose from, it’s not always easy to make the right choices. Open pollinated, heirloom, hybrid… and even GMO. What are the differences? What type should you buy if you want to save seed? Which ones can help you deal with potential disease problems? Who should you buy from? How can you be sure that the seeds you purchase are not GMO seeds? Join Bobby on “Preparing to Provide” as he offers a thorough explanation of vegetable seeds and provides answers to these questions and many more. After this discussion, you will be able to open any seed catalog and know exactly what seeds you should purchase to meet your needs.
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