reply to post by NRA4ever333
Thanks for your lists everyone. There are quite of few things I just didn't think about. I guess I'll add what I think might be helpful in
survival situation that weren't on the lists.
1) Organic Chia Seed - Best survival food that I've researched, don't know about the taste though. It sustained the Apache Indians and I think
they were the last to survive because of this amazing food source.
2) Aluminum Free Baking Soda (Do NOT use Aluminum Baking Soda) - (So many uses I can't think of them all right now but to name a few)
a. Can be used for athletes foot
b. Deodarant - you don't want the enemy or grizzlies to smell you a mile away
c. Brushing your teeth; much better than poisonous Fluoride toothpaste that rots your brain cells. Gotta take care of those teeth because it'll be
hard to run to the dentist.
d. Washing your hair - works great for that
e. Washing your dishes and your clothes
f. Bug bites too
g. Upset tummy or heartburn
h. Making biscuits or dumplings
3) Survivors of WWIII always say to have Oil - I know oil can be used to suffocate Lice for people in the south although you could probably get that
in the North too. What about tics? I need to find out how to get rid of that, yuck!
Super Flu Tonic ingredients: ginger garlic horseradish onion jalapeno and raw unfiltered apple cider vinegar let sit for 2 wks - supposed to kick
viral and bacterial stuff. Might wanna think about having seeds on hand to grow this stuff too.
4) Also, they just released GM Mosquitos - So I definitely would have something beside bugspray to repel them like Peppermint or Oregano Oil, Catnip,
Mint or Rosemary. I hear Vanilla extract is a good mosquito repellant, but it does attract bears. Geez, so much to think about but you can never be
too prepared, I guess.