Healthy Pathways

Back to basics . . . simply & naturally!

                                                                                                                      

 

List of Essentials for your Bug Out Bag  click here

Top 10 Items To Disappear 1st During an Emergency

1 Food (milk, eggs, bread, cereal, coffee, etc.)

2 Water

3 Flashlights & batteries, lanterns, candles, portable radios

4 Gasoline

5 Alcohol

6 Cigarettes

7 Ice & coolers

8 Charcoal & propane

9 Baby items

10 Toilet paper

 Items to barter

*water             *liquor

*cigarettes      *coffee

*silver & gold  *batteries

*salt & sugar   *matches

*can openers  *candles

*chocolate      *soap

*medicine       *honey

*blankets        *spices

*how to books *TP

*flashlights      *propane

*heirloom seeds

*fishing equipment

*feminine/baby hygiene products

Miscellaneous Things to Help You Prepare

- Plant fruit & nut trees.

- Plant your own garden and learn how to can.

- Learn how to make candles and soap.

- Raise chickens.

- Learn how 2 dehydrate dehydrate2store.com


 

 

Top 50 List

Preparing for Emergencies

1. Generator

2. Water source (find out what a Berkey is)

3. Hand crank radio

4. Heirloom seeds (make sure company has no link to Monsanto)

5. Medicine & supplies (homemade 1st aid kit)

6. Supplements (vitamins C & D, omega 3, etc.)

7. Food (see here for some basics)

8. Light sources (multiple: candles, flashlights, lanterns, headlamp)

9. Bible

10. Fire starters (waterproof matches w/waterproof container, flint, butane lighters, etc.)

11. Compass

12. Walkie talkies

13. Manual grain grinder

14. Iodide tablets + potable iodine

15. Bleach

16. Can openers (manual)

17. Pocket knife & sharpening stone

18. Heat source

19. Bay leaves (to keep bugs away from food)

20. Duct tape

21. Heavy duty tin foil

22. Whistle

23. Tarps

24. Rope; paracord

25. Magnifying glass

26. Bounce dryer sheets (mosquito repellant)

27. Sleeping bags

28. Tent

29. Soap for dishes, bathing & laundry

30. Vodka - that's right, vodka!  It can be used as a wasp killer, to make refreezable ice packs, lower a fever, disinfect blisters, cure an ear infection & stop poison oak rash.  Also can be used for bartering.

31. Honey, syrup, white & brown sugar

32. Beans, rice & wheat

33. Seasoned firewood

34. Plastic bags (for garbage, sewage, etc.)

35. Vinegar

36. Baking soda (see uses here)

37. Bicycle for transportation

38. Fishing supplies

39. Insulated coolers

40. Food grade containers/buckets to store food & supplies

41. Canning supplies (jars, lids, wax)

42. Firewood

43. Paperware for eating & drinking

44. Extra towels (bathing, dishes)

45. Blankets

46. Batteries

47. Cooking stove

48. Propane

49. Tools (axe, shovel, etc.)

50. Water barrel