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Posts Tagged : infection

How To Drain An Abscess

Hey, Preppers, Abscesses, sometimes known as Boils or Furuncles, are areas where an infection has caused an accumulation of pus. Pus is the debris left over from your body’s attempt to eliminate an infection; it consists of white and red blood cells, live and dead bacteria, and inflammatory fluid.  The

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Animal Bites

Hey Preppers, Most people have, at some time of their life, run afoul of an ornery dog or cat.  Most animal bites will be puncture wounds; these will be relatively small but have the potential to cause dangerous infections.  Although many Preppers are wary of vaccines, it may be appropriate

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Respiratory Infections, Part 1

Hey Prepper  Nation,  Even with today’s modern medical technology, most of us can’t avoid the occasional  respiratory infection.  Without strict adherence to sanitary protocol, it would be very easy in a collapse situation for your entire community to come down with colds, sinusitis, influenza or even pneumonia.  Most respiratory infections

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Cellulitis: An Epidemic in a Collapse

  Medical Preparedness and Collapse Medicine Hey Prepper Nation, In a collapse situation, we will be required to perform many outdoors activities we are not used to. We’ll be chopping wood, making fires, and doing various chores that have the potential for injury. Simple injuries like cuts and minor burns

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HONEY, Nature’s MIRACLE cure!

Honey, oh so yummy! The Health Benefits of Honey I love honey, always have and always will. My love of honey has grown deeper as I discover all the wonderful properties it possesses. As my research into alternative natural remedies has progressed I find RAW honey mentioned in nearly every source I find,

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To Stitch or Not to Stitch, THAT is the Question!!

Simple suturing Treating a Laceration in a Collapse Situation There may come a time that you are faced with treating a laceration in a collapse situation. Our lives will be filled with tasks and chores we may have never, or rarely, performed such as chopping wood. The big question will

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