Native American Medicinal Cures

A lot of good ones that I have tried myself. When it comes to herbal remedies, many of us are familiar with the benefits of Echinacea or purple cone flower as an antibiotic, willow bark as a pain killer and aloe as a topical anesthetic and treatment for skin conditions. But that’s common knowledge compared […] Read more »

Ebola Cover Up: CDC Monitoring 1,400 Active Cases:

  I’ve been wondering myself why we haven’t been hearing about Ebola lately, Why the Ebola cover up, or is it a cover up, unfortunately we may not know the whole truth and till its to late so its best to prepare for it even if it never comes. Hers the article that gives us […] Read more »

Cayenne Salve for Pain Relief

Pain Relief is one of those items that most of us look for through out our lives and to be able to make it yourself with natural ingredients is a plus Great article from Jan Berry Hobby Farms Guest Blogger Capsaicin, a compound found in hot peppers, has traditionally been used to treat pain associated […] Read more »

Ebola not a surprise in Dallas

The Government has something up there sleeve and I would bet it’s not good. Report: “Disaster Teams Were Notified Months Ago They Would Be Activated in October” A public tweet from a large government supplier of emergency response products specializing in “high risk events” says that Disaster Assistance Response Teams were told to prepare to […] Read more »

How to Make a First Aid Kit

                              FIRST AID 1. When assembling your First Aid Kit, take into consideration the following: A. Specific health needs of family members. B. Include the necessary medications and equipment for them. C. Items that your family is familiar with and knows […] Read more »

Scientists Think MERS may have gone Airborne

Another event to go along with the drought? Another piece in the puzzle of TEOTWAWKI? Could MERS become a Pandemic Threat? Scientists Think MERS may have gone Airborne Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) is viral respiratory illness first reported in Saudi Arabia in 2012 that has a mortality rate of 30%. There have been 836 […] Read more »

Old-Fashioned Remedies and Tricks Grandma Used

Grandmas always seem to know it all don’t they? Well, here are some unique and wonderful old-fashioned remedies you may not have heard before that we would like to share. While we cannot guarantee that grandma was always right, we do know, however, that there are times in life when just about anything and everything […] Read more »


                PATIENT INFORMATION Modern media have made our world seem small. News about events around the world reaches us in minutes. We learn of hurricanes, floods, earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, industrial accidents and terrorist attacks immediately. TV teaches us that any disaster brings chaos to people and their environments. As a person […] Read more »

Pre-TEOTWAWKI preparedness while you can

 The subject of this post is probably one of the most important items to contend with during a crises situation or TEOTWAWKI because if we have some gas or we have some solar power and maybe a few tools to get a garden started if we don’t concern ourselves with what we can do to make […] Read more »

Reducing Exposure to Antibiotics

By Blair Lewis, Yoga+ Hailed as “miracle drugs” when they came into widespread use in 1941, antibiotics quickly became a panacea.Because both doctors and patients wanted quick cures, we have been throwing antibiotics at a host of ailments for the past half-century, whether they were required or not. That was a mistake. That mistake was […] Read more »