A few household items that also serve as healing remedies...

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posted on Dec, 18 2012 @ 05:56 PM
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Besides ATS, I read The Chive on a regular basis.
Almost certainly because it's probably the best site in the world.
(kidding...but it is hilarious and a great time killer)

As far as survival, we can all use remedies on-the-go and in a pinch.
The guys at The Chive recently posted a few good things I never knew we could do.
These may be known to some, but I didn't find them on our site so...
I'm going to share a couple and I suggest you all read the rest.








All the rest are found here:A few household items that also serve as healing remedies
I take no credit for making the pictures or finding the remedies.
Nor am I a doctor of any kind.
USE AT YOUR OWN RISK.

I have verified a few myself, and know that vinegar works with dogs and fleas, too.
If you can get the dog to eat vinegar...that's the hardest part.
The smell lingers on the skin after it's consumed, and fleas don't like it.
My grandmother taught me that.


Keep Calm and Chive On!







posted on Dec, 19 2012 @ 12:46 AM
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Greetings from a female loyal Chiver...I knew there had to be some of us here!
Murray Christmas! KCCO




posted on Dec, 20 2012 @ 04:07 PM
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Ahh yes the Chive is a great site, with great finds and even better pictures.

But when I came across these helpful remedies, I had to post them.
In a survival situation, you may not have the access to medicines...
In a pinch, these household items could possibly make things a bit easier.

And every little bit helps!



Kcco!






posted on Apr, 5 2013 @ 03:16 AM
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I advise everyone to open your spice cabinet, and search for each item one by one in wikipedia, looking the the benefits sections. It was pretty mindblowing for me when I did this the first year I got into plants.

Also for gatoraid: I keep some bottles of it in my 'infirmary' cabinet, for heat stroke.



posted on Apr, 5 2013 @ 12:43 PM
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I have verified a few myself, and know that vinegar works with dogs and fleas, too.
If you can get the dog to eat vinegar...that's the hardest part.


We actually put a tablespoon of vinegar in with our horses' feed during each grain feeding. It helps to keep mosquitoes and biting insects away as they sweat it out.





 
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