Prepping 101

The following are mere suggestions for Prepping 101. People’s needs will vary greatly depending on the type of disaster (man-made or natural) and individual plans & resources. Take what you like and leave the rest. I will add to/edit this post periodically.

I To Do List:

  1. Create family passwords to ensure authentic information is transmitted
  2. Ensure important medications are in good supply
  3. Put all important documents & pictures on zip drive with connectors.
  4. Make contingency plans for natural & man-made disasters.
  5. Make health information sheet as needed (alert bracelets)
  6. Remember gas powered generators emit carbon monoxide-keep outside!
  7. Get a fire ladder if you have a second story home.
  8. Cash-small bills
  9. Recall there is about 10 gallons of water in the water heater tank.
  10. Click Here for info on how to fight Covid-19 in absence of medical care
  11. Invest in tangibles such as gold and real estate rather than an imploding stock market and fiat currency 
  12. Choose a freedom friendly bank with low exposure to risky financial products such as derivatives. Expect a bail-in.
  13. Use safer Browsers: Start Page & Brave

II Medical Kit

  1. Antibiotics- Camping Survival.com (get broad spectrum and gel ointment too)
  2. Hydroxychloroquine- Trusted Medications.com (works on CoVid)
  3. Dexamethasone- may find at TrustedMedications.com. (works on CoVid)
  4. Ivermectin (works on CoVid)
  5. First Aid Only WoundSeal Blood Clot Powder, Rapid Response Bottle
  6. Medical Splint Roll
  7. Medical Bag and medical kit but it would be cheaper to make your own
  8. Dermoplast
  9. Multivitamins & Extra Zinc
  10. Emergency Sleeping Bag
  11. Colloidal Silver – Antimicrobial
  12. Chest Seal
  13. Stretcher
  14. Toothache Kit
  15. Magill Forceps for Choking
  16. Suture Kit
  17. Activated Charcoal – good for food poisoning & toxic ingestions
  18. Potassium Iodide Tablets– taken if a dirty nuke, prevents thyroid cancer
  19. Sting Kill
  20. Steri-Strip Adhesive Skin Closures
  21. Primatine Mist or Tablets
  22. Rubber Gloves
  23. Sugar Source If Diabetic
  24. Collapsible Crutches
  25. Hydrogen Peroxide Trigger Spray ($1 at 99 Cent Store)
  26. Benadryl (is also an antidote to overdose of some psyche meds-extrapyramidal reactions)

III Go Bag Items

  1. Power Station Generator
  2. Solar Radio with Alert and Cell Phone Charger
  3. Portable Toilet (Can use black bags and TP of course!)
  4. Extra Headphones
  5. Faraday Bag to protect electronics against EMPs, theft, and contact tracers.
  6. Bear Spray
  7. Emergency Food Supply and/or MREs , Datrex Bars, and protein powder
  8. Water Containerand Life Straws. See still below
  9. Paracord
  10. Solar Charger or a larger one
  11. Portable Solar Charger
  12. Portable Cookware
  13. Knife
  14. Shavers Mini Electric Shaver Portable USB
  15. Extra Shoes
  16. Utility Spork
  17. Bug Out Bag or Knapsack
  18. Flashlights or Headlamps or Lanterns
  19. Pocket Knife
  20. Pee Urinal
  21. Book on Wild Edibles
  22. Camping Cookware
  23. Survival Kit
  24. Survival Seeds
  25. Mini Stove or Rocket Stove
  26. Compass
  27. Batteries
  28. Extra set of warm clothes
  29. Safety Glasses and/or reading glasses if needed
  30. Phone Privacy Pouch prevents RF spying, EMP damage, and contract tracing
  31. Lighters and Firestarters
  32. Walkie Talkies
  33. Multitools, gas shut off wrench
  34. Gas Can
  35. Glow Sticks
  36. CB Radio
  37. Israeli Gas Mask

IV Self Defense

  1. Bear Spray
  2. AR550 Body Armor Swimmers Cut
  3. Mossberg 12 gauge pump shotgun
  4. Rock Island 1911 .45 pistol ( Try Smokin’ Barrel in Simi Valley)
  5. Universal Gun Cleaning Kit
  6. Folding Survival Bow
  7. Guns.com

V Links

American Civil Defense Association

Camping Survival.com

Main Military Supply

SHTF

52-Weeks to Preparedness: An Emergency Preparedness Plan For Surviving Virtually Any Disaster

Wilderness Medicine, 6th: Beyond First Aid

 

Below is a simple still that enables one to drink salt and pool water. One can make their own easily but here is how this one works: Take off the big bowl from the bucket and put the little bowl inside the bucket. Fill the bucket with water but below the level of the small bowl. Now put the big bowl back on top of the bucket. Heat the water. The water boils off, cools on the big bowl lid and drops down into the little bowl as fresh water.