Our latest videocast with Around the Cabin continues our discussion about techniques and supplies for dealing with bleeding wounds, plus an old rehydration technique is examined for its usefulness in a long-term survival setting: Rectal Rehydration, otherwise known as Proctoclysis. A little about our winter garden, some news, and more,
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In a survival situation, you can bet that you’ll be dealing with a lot of headaches, both metaphorical and physical. If you ever had to deal with a severe headache, you know how it can affect your work efficiency. In hard times, you’ll have to be at 110% efficiency just
Headaches are one of the most common medical symptoms that you will see in your role as medic. The brain matter itself doesn’t have pain receptors, but there are several structures around the brain that are sensitive. Muscles, blood vessels, sinuses, lining tissue, and others can be the site for
Hey Self-Reliants, Water is the critical component in your body, and 75% of your body weight is composed of it. When the body’s water level goes down, bad things happen. In the Civil War, 80,000 soldiers on both sides perished, not from battle injuries, but from dehydration due to diarrheal
Hey Preppers, Tune in tonight at 9pm EST/8pm CST when Dr. Bones and Nurse Amy welcome Chance Sanders of Dave Canterbury’s Pathfinder School to the Doom and Bloom(tm) Show. Chance is a former marine who’s an expert at teaching wilderness skills and also teaches about personal and home security. Dr.
How To Make Candied Orange Peels I have read many complicated recipes for candied orange peels that take days and days to complete ( see the Excalibur Recipe Book). I chose to use a simpler method. First get 6 organic oranges, I used navel oranges for this recipe. I cut