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Bone fractures are definitely emergencies that require standard first aid followed by professional medical care from a doctor. However, there are several ways herbs can be utilized as whole body support after emergency medical care has been given. Before we Read More
The post Dem Bones: First Aid and Herbal Response for Fractures by Agatha Noveille appeared first on The Survival Mom. Be sure to check it out!
In our family, rice, not potatoes, is King of the Starches. This is because my husband grew up in places like Hawaii, Guam, and the Marshall Islands, eating rice every day of his life. When I started stocking up on Read More
I own multiple holsters to use when carrying my handgun concealed: inside-the-waistband paddle holster, soft-sided hip holster, and a plastic hip holster. None of them are “bad” but I dislike all of them because they way they sit on my Read More
The post Safe, Sexy, Secure Concealed Carry Women’s Holster by Amy Van Riper appeared first on The Survival Mom. Be sure to check it out!
Two years ago a friendly acquaintance on Facebook said to me, “Lisa, why don’t you create your own podcast network?” I had been tossing around some ideas with him about setting up my own podcast and, possibly, joining a network. Read More
A common plan tossed around by survivalists and preppers is this idea that in the event of martial law or some other crisis, they are going to head off to the hills, presumably for weeks or months, and just live Read More
Attention girls, ages 8-12! Show off your Survival Girl skills and knowledge in this fun contest! We’d love to hear all about what you have done to become better prepared for everyday emergencies. Have you learned how to sew or Read More
Not all honey is created equal. Or, more accurately, not all honey on the grocery store shelves is equal. Some international honey has been treated and no longer has the health benefits discussed here. If you can possibly buy from Read More
The post Here’s a honey of a post! 17 things you probably didn’t know about honey, but should! by The Survival Mom appeared first on The Survival Mom. Be sure to check it out!
Kids come in all ages, abilities, and levels of emotional and mental maturity. As you read this list, keep in mind that not all skills are appropriate for younger kids, in particular. Although these are listed as urban survival skills, Read More
Technophilia: “a strong enthusiasm for technology, especially new technologies such as personal computers, the Internet, [and] mobile phones.” Caution! The following story is true. Names have been changed or omitted to prevent embarrassment of the woefully ill-educated, miss-informed, and unprepared Read More
The post My Opinion: Cell Phones Have Made Us Soft and Have Affected Our Ability to Survive by Robert Camp appeared first on The Survival Mom. Be sure to check it out!
We preppers talk a lot about water storage. Water is critical to survival and really you can’t have too much of it stored. However, in the event of a true crisis, on top of the cases of bottled water you Read More
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