Survival Medicine Hour: Blood Clotters, Wound Closure, More

Survival Medicine Hour: Blood Clotters, Wound Closure, More

Click here to view the original post. In this episode of the Survival Medicine Hour, Joe and Amy Alton, aka Dr. Bones and Nurse Amy discuss improvised tourniquets and some TCCC guidelines regarding hemorrhage under fire or in normal times. Blood clotting agents are introduced and Quikclot/Celox are compared. Plus, when should a wound be … Continue reading

This Is How To Make And Recycle Rubber

This Is How To Make And Recycle Rubber

Click here to view the original post. You need a fully functional tire (as opposed to a donut) in the trunk of your vehicle, and you may have gone through the extra expense to get it. Many other people haven’t even thought that far ahead, even this problem alone would lead to endless traffic jams … Continue reading

Homemade Zuppa Soup Recipe – Copycat Olive Garden Version

Click here to view the original post.Zuppa soup is one of the most craved soups in our household.  Although its formal name is Zuppa Toscana soup at the Olive Garden restaurant, in our house, we shortened it to plain old Zuppa soup.   In an effort to replicate The post Homemade Zuppa Soup Recipe – Copycat Olive … Continue reading

EDC for Regular People and Then Some! The One Item You’ll Go Back Home For!

EDC for Regular People and Then Some! The One Item You’ll Go Back Home For!

Click here to view the original post. John started off Tuesday like every other day.  He dropped to the floor and knocked off 20 push-ups.  He turned on the shower, so it would get hot and then went to the kitchen to turn on the coffee pot.  Showered, shaved and dressed, John filled his Yeti … Continue reading

How low can you go? More AR fun…

Click here to view the original post.Well, there was this post about the first sub-$400 AR I’d seen…$399. Can they get any cheaper? Apparently they can: From the guys at MGE Wholesale. Here’s the thing, lads – what we are experiencing right now is the after effect of, basically, the entire firearms industry following the … Continue reading

3 Essential EDC Fire Starters I Carry Everywhere

3 Essential EDC Fire Starters I Carry Everywhere

Click here to view the original post.by Todd Walker What’s in your pockets? If you look at the popular trend of pocket dumps on social media, the answer appears to be everything, except the kitchen sink. I seldom see fire tools in these pocket dumps. Of course, our Everyday Carry items will look different depending on our … Continue reading

Here’s Everything You Need to Know About First Aid for Your Eyes

Here’s Everything You Need to Know About First Aid for Your Eyes

Click here to view the original post.There probably isn’t any part of your body that is more sensitive, exposed, or crucial to your survival than your eyeballs. You use these soft, delicate organs during every waking moment and for just about every task, but unfortunately the only thing that protects them are a few eyelashes … Continue reading

Is Your Home SHTF Ready?

Is Your Home SHTF Ready?

Click here to view the original post.Is Your Home SHTF Ready? Host: Highlander “Survival & Tech Preps “ Audio in player below! Is your home SHTF ready? We will find this out and perhaps give you a few ideas of what you could do or expect if you’re not “Home Ready”. With the growing threat of … Continue reading

Duct Tape EDC

Click here to view the original post.Duct tape is an EDC (every day carry) for me.  I’ve been carrying it since high school.  A skater friend gave me the idea when I saw his shoes all duct taped up.  He told me  he gets holes in his shoes from skateboarding.  It’s apparently hard to do jumps […] … Continue reading

Weaponized Nanotechnology is a Huge Threat to Humanity

Click here to view the original post. In a recent Cambridge University conference, researchers revealed there is a 5 percent chance nanoweapons will cause human extinction prior to the year 2100. The prospect of weaponized nanotechnology is fairly new so elaboration is needed. Weaponized nanobots are smaller than a pinhead and can be programmed to … Continue reading

Survival Gear Review: The Council Tools Apocalaxe

Survival Gear Review: The Council Tools Apocalaxe

Click here to view the original post. First of all, regardless of the name, this Council Tool ApocalAxe has uses well before the apocalypse arrives. And while it would certainly make a formidable and handy zombie stopping weapon (seems killing a zombie is redundant), the ApocalAxe will work fine on those that haven’t had the … Continue reading

Today 3/20/17

Click here to view the original post.Long day. Slept till 8:00 this morning but missed a few hours between 4 and 6 because my hips were hurting. My doctor tells me I can go to another doctor and get a shot and it will help but I can’t afford other doctors besides him. Had to … Continue reading

I have land – need buddies to join me

Click here to view the original post.Hi I am searching for landbuddies. I have land.Please help! The land in southwest Texas. I know NOT prime geographical location but wanna make it work. The post I have land – need buddies to join me appeared first on Living Off the Grid: Free Yourself.

Self Defense Laws in Australia.

Click here to view the original post. https://au.news.yahoo.com/vic/a/34725002/machete-wielding-thieves-steal-luxury-car-from-young-dad-in-his-melbourne-apartment-garage/#page1 Another Australian citizen is attacked and he has no way to defend himself from these thugs using machetes. It is against the law in Australia to carry anything specifically for use in self defence. We are not allowed to carry guns, knives, batons, pepper sprays, or tasers. … Continue reading

The Best Concealed Carry Pistol for a Defensive Prepper

Click here to view the original post.The Best Concealed Carry Pistol for a Defensive Prepper   A concealed carry pistol could make the difference between life and death. A properly trained person with a CCP can make a whole area safer, but you already knew that. You’re here for the best concealed carry pistol on … Continue reading

Do you Think The “Nuclear Problem” Can Be Solved Without First Solving the Problem of A Corrupt Government Fueled By The Super Rich

Click here to view the original post.The answer is no.   Even economics can kill civilian nuclear power.    The sociopaths that be just love the power they receive from “You can’t prove that nuclear is the thing that killed your baby”.    They corrupt the governments and regulators, such as in new York, and they fleece the … Continue reading

North Korea Warns Of Nuclear Strikes On U.S. If ‘Even A Single Bullet’ Is Fired

North Korea Warns Of Nuclear Strikes On U.S. If ‘Even A Single Bullet’ Is Fired

Click here to view the original post.   LOS ANGELES — North Korea will launch a nuclear strike against U.S. forces and allies if even a “single bullet” is fired against it, the rogue state is warning in a press release. “The Korean People’s Army will reduce the bases of aggression and provocation to ashes … Continue reading

Vintage Skills…..Modern Kids Need!

Click here to view the original post. This article was originally published by Tiffany Davis  on  imperfectlyhappy.com You might be like me, a suburbs kid that grew into a love of homesteading and self sufficiency.  That’s ok, better to start late than not at all!  I had the opportunity to learn many of these skills from my … Continue reading

Mail Call

Mail Call

Click here to view the original post.This showed up in todays mail: A few posts back someone mentioned in the comments that they thought it was a book i might find interesting and, surpise, they sent me a copy. Dang nice of ’em, if ya ask me. Much thanks. I’ll post about it when I … Continue reading

5 Ways to Make Your Home More Defensible

Click here to view the original post.Most houses are not designed with a post-apocalyptic disaster in mind. There are multiple entry points, weak locks, and thin windows, which means gangs of looters will have no trouble breaking into your home in search of food and supplies. Fortunately, there are several things you can do to … Continue reading

Movie Monday – Happy People Part 3

Click here to view the original post.“Happy People” is a documentary series about people from faraway corners of Russia, who live in harmony with their beautiful but harsh natural surroundings.It is about strong, free-spirited people. Maybe the lives of these people will serve as an example for some one, or will help some one look … Continue reading

Similar to Morphine: The Best Natural Painkiller that Grows in Your Backyard

Click here to view the original post.From injury to disease, pain is a very common ailment or symptom that can take down the toughest of the tough. It’s so prevalent that we are seeing a major The post Similar to Morphine: The Best Natural Painkiller that Grows in Your Backyard appeared first on Ask a … Continue reading

How To Flag And Tag Your Home For FEMA

How To Flag And Tag Your Home For FEMA

Click here to view the original post. “We are from the government and we are here to help you!” – these words inspire distrust in many Americans. I know because I have seen peoples’ reactions as I have uttered them trying to help them in emergencies. Don’t want FEMA to kick your door in? Want … Continue reading

Schrade SCH304 Heavy Duty Folding Knife Review

Schrade SCH304 Heavy Duty Folding Knife Review

Click here to view the original post. Schrade has had a rocky history with a lot of us, from its traditional American beginnings to the rebadged “New Schrade” owned by Taylor Brands LLC (of reformed mall ninja fame). I have always had a slightly kneejerk negative reaction to the whole thing, but after many years … Continue reading

23 Items (Besides Food & Water) FEMA Says You Should Stockpile

23 Items (Besides Food & Water) FEMA Says You Should Stockpile

Click here to view the original post. Image source: Pixabay.com   Editor’s note: This is the second story in a two-part series about what the federal government says should be stockpiled. Read part 1 here. Perhaps surprisingly, the federal government has been part of what has driven the prepping movement. FEMA’s “ready.gov” website was developed … Continue reading

Cancer-Fighting Superfoods You Should Eat EVERY DAY

Cancer-Fighting Superfoods You Should Eat EVERY DAY

Click here to view the original post. Image source: Pixabay.com Not all health conditions are avoidable, but certain lifestyle choices can increase your risk of illness, including diseases such as cancer. These lifestyle choices include smoking, lack of exercise, drinking too much alcohol, and eating an unhealthy diet. Certain foods, often called “superfoods,” have cancer-fighting … Continue reading

How to Survive a Nuclear Strike

How to Survive a Nuclear Strike

Click here to view the original post. Learning what to do in the event of a nuclear strike just took on a whole new urgency now that Kim Jong Un just threatened to nuke the US. We … Read the rest The post How to Survive a Nuclear Strike appeared first on The Organic Prepper.

Going Off the Grid-Part 2

Click here to view the original post. Gary Collins is back for the second half of our interview. We talk about his experience with moving off the grid. To learn more, check out his new book, Going Off the Grid. Everett and Courtney Carroll have survived the Seven Seal Judgments which devastated the planet. But have … Continue reading

5 Tips to Start Your Apartment Garden

Click here to view the original post.5 Tips to Start Your Apartment Garden What I like most about this article is that it addresses an issue that many frightened preppers deal with. I am talking about those stuck in condos or apartments that feel like they have no ability to grow their own food. These … Continue reading

Pressure Canning Asparagus at Home

Click here to view the original post.Pressure Canning Asparagus at Home Asparagus is one of the those amazing gifts of spring. I put it on par with the English pea and arugula as those first blessings from the garden. If asparagus is cooked too long it can become terrible. In fact, for many years I … Continue reading

English Ivy (Hedera Helix) Care Guide

The post English Ivy (Hedera Helix) Care Guide is byKevin and appeared first on Epic Gardening, the best urban gardening, hydroponic gardening, and aquaponic gardening blog. The mental image of a lush, green plant overtaking the old brick wall of a centuries-old cottage is enough to make any gardener start a new English ivy plant … Continue reading

English Ivy (Hedera Helix) Care Guide

The post English Ivy (Hedera Helix) Care Guide is byhp4u and appeared first on Epic Gardening, the best urban gardening, hydroponic gardening, and aquaponic gardening blog. The mental image of a lush, green plant overtaking the old brick wall of a centuries-old cottage is enough to make any gardener start a new English ivy plant … Continue reading

Top 10 Barter Items Every Prepper Should Have

Click here to view the original post.Top 10 Barter Items Every Prepper Should Have Along with those items that you store for your own personal use there should always be a little bit stowed away for the purposes of bartering. You know the average American doesn’t have much cash stored in their home. Once that … Continue reading

The Struggle To Keep Our Bees. What Is Really Happening To Honeybee Hives?

Click here to view the original post.Our two honeybee hives at the farm provide us with so much more than just incredible honey. They also help to pollinate many of the fruit trees, vegetable crops and flowers in our garden and landscape. In addition, they are simply The post The Struggle To Keep Our Bees. What … Continue reading

How To Recover Gold And Silver From Scrap

How To Recover Gold And Silver From Scrap

Click here to view the original post. If you’re reading this article, you’re probably a gold bug, or maybe a gold digger. Either way, you probably don’t know that in 100,000 cellphones there’s about 2.4 kilos of gold to be collected (as in recuperated) by a competent gold digger. Yes, I know – 100,000 cellphones … Continue reading

Mark 7:24-28

Click here to view the original post.But He answered and said, “I was sent only to the lost sheep of the house of Israel.” But she came and began to bow down before Him, saying, “Lord, help me!” And He answered and said, “It is not good to take the children’s bread and throw it … Continue reading