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Practical Prepping Protocol even if Poor
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[quote:Anonymous Coward 77687865:MV8zOTYyNTk1XzczNDI3NTIyX0U1RTMxODIz] [quote:darkwolf007:MV8zOTYyNTk1XzcxNjQzODg2X0NBQ0M3NTM2] [quote:Pooka:MV8zOTYyNTk1X0U3NkZEQjEx] [b]Continuation of another thread of wonderful people with the best ever ideas for practical prepping even for those with little money.[/b] We'll also address the issues which may come up about "food stamps" and how to best manage without them, or with reduced amounts, or with partial box of food delivered with partial "food stamps". We address power outage, heating and cooking methods, first aid, we run disaster scenarios to see if we know what to do. This is probably the only prepping thread a person would need right now, whether long-time prepper here to share, or newbie prepper here to learn. [color=red]Welcome!! Join us and learn and teach and enjoy!![/color] [/quote] This thread might be a good place for me to put down this idea, OP. While I was sitting on the toilet about ninety minutes ago as of this post I was reading through a Diabetes booklet I have. I was also thinking about the inevitable collapse of American society, and all of Humanity shortly after the collapse of America. I realized that insulin has a definite shelf life. I actually thought the stuff could remain in cold storage for decades and room temperature for months straight. Nope... turns out the stuff is only viable in the best of circumstances for normally less than a month's time. Only the "best of the best" insulin lasts up to close to eighty days in the best of circumstances. This means once the power grid is out, probably for months or years straight, Type 1 Diabetes are going to definitely die within about a month's time. Unless if there are a number of them who happen to have operational generators with the proper maintenance and fuel to last for years or longer and manage to secure a vast amount of insulin all Type 1 Diabetics will die within about a month's time. Type 2 Diabetics on the other hand will have a chance to eat healthier depending on where they're surviving and being willing to eat healthy foodstuff. I could of sworn I heard of a plant in another GLP thread that is a natural form of insulin. If this is true this would be absolutely essential for Type 1 Diabetics to grow as much and often as possible during the later Christian Apocalypse Events. [/quote] cinnamon mimics insulin to a degree. If someone is falling into a hyper glycemia state and there is no medical intervention do your best to get them to move. Muscles burn sugar and I have heard wrestlers burn about 600 calories an hour. Doubt they can sustain it for long but anything to burn sugar. Cold water etc [/quote]
Continuation of another thread of wonderful people with the best ever ideas for practical prepping even for those with little money.
We discuss power outages including CME and EMP, heating and cooking methods, first aid, foods; we run disaster scenarios to see if we know what to do.
This is probably the only prepping thread a person would need, whether long-time prepper here to share, or newbie prepper here to learn and everyone in between.
Welcome!! Join us! Learn! Teach! Enjoy!!
What you need to put in a good medical/first aid kit is listed on Page 99. Copy or even add to the list there.
Discussion of hand-held HAM radios, especially Baofeng, begins on page 145.
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