As survivalists, most of us are constantly honing our craft and figuring out new ways to put our skills to the test. We do this to keep our minds sharp and to make sure that we have the primitive survival skills necessary to survive in whatever situation might come our way. And sometimes, we find the best survival techniques by looking back… WAY back… Click to read more
Not all preppers are created equal and it’s best to steer clear of preppers who will harm rather than help you. It is always good to know the warning signs so you can spot the preppers you should avoid from a mile away. Check out our list of the types of preppers you should avoid when SHTF… trust us, it’s for your own good… Click to read more
Compared to nature’s medicine, there are so many Anti-medicines that are man-made. For instance, Antiseptic and Anti-emetic medications could also make the list. I picked the three that I find to be crucially important to know and keep around. I personally prefer to use nature’s medicine rather than man-made medicine… Click to read more
What comes to your mind when you hear the word fishing?
Probably some person sitting in a fishing boat, with fishing gear and a hook in the river or the ocean, waiting for the big catch. That’s one way to catch fish, but there are several other methods as well… Click to read more
A gun to your head is probably one of the worst situations you can be in. You can’t simply reach for your weapon without risking immediate death. If you’re to survive this situation, you have to be smart about it. Find out how to respond to a gun held to your head and live to tell it, here! Click to read more
Having emergency water storage is extremely vital, especially in times of distress. One interesting fact about the human body is that it is made up of roughly 70% water. Therefore, it is essential to our physiology to have enough fluid in our body… Click to read more
Every survivalist needs a bug out bag list to stay prepared for any SHTF scenario. While Adam Sandler’s Jill believes “It’s better to have it and not need it than to need it and not have it”, that is not the case in a bug out bag. You only take what you absolutely need for survival. So what exactly should you include in a bag out bag list of supplies? Click to read more
Peppermint oil is commonly used as a breath freshener. However, there are way more benefits you can get for your body. This oil contains a compound called “menthol” which acts as an antioxidant, analgesic, and can even relieve inflammation. Peppermint oil is one of the most used essential oils in the United States. Here are other benefits of peppermint oil other than freshening your breath… Click to read more
It only takes one false survival myth to put your life in jeopardy. When you’re out to explore the wilderness, you should rethink everything before proceeding with an action influenced by a false belief. If you’re considering living the survivalist lifestyle, you should know the truth about these myths… Click to read more
Have you ever thought about building your own underground bunker? Maybe you’re worried that it would cost too much, or be too hard to build. Having underground bunker plans is one of the smartest investments you can make for you and your family’s safety. With all the dangers we’re facing today, such as social and global unrest, terrorist threats, natural disasters, you can never be too complacent… Click to read more
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