First Aid

  • Dec
    Liquor for Survival

    You need food, water and weapons for survival. You might not realize that liquor can also be helpful during a survival situation. It lasts forever and has several benefits. First, of course, it can calm people down during a survival situation. While you don't want to get drunk during a survival situation, a drink can calm your nerves. On top of that, you can use liquor to clean wounds. This will become increasingly important when you run out of supplies. ...

  • Dec
    Fix a Toothache on the Go

    A toothache can really slow you down during a survival situation. The pain can get so intense that you might let your guard down. On top of that, you won't be able to just run to the dentist during an emergency. Fortunately, there are some home remedies you can use if suffering from a toothache. Cloves are an excellent remedy for a toothache. Put a clove or a clove oil on the area that hurts and it will dull the pain. Garlic also works. Put a clove of gar...

  • Dec
    Do You Need Antibiotics

    You want to have a comprehensive first aid kit at your disposal during a disaster. You can build your kit up by adding some antibiotics to it. While you have to get a prescription for antibiotics, you doctor might write you one now, even if you are not sick. Explain that you want to have some extra pills on hand in case there is a disaster. Ask him for an antibiotic that will kill common illnesses. Once you get them, you need to store them in a cool, dry ...

  • Nov
    Garlic for Survival

    You might like garlic on your bread or in your spaghetti. You also need to include it in your survival gear. Garlic has a lot of great benefits that will help you during a survival situation. Benefits of Garlic Mosquito bites can be a real pain when you are surviving in the wild. Garlic acts as a natural mosquito repellent, making it easier to live outside. It is also a natural antibiotic and will boost your immune system. With that in...

  • Jul
    Safety Pins for Survival

    Do you have safety pins in your first aid kit? If you don't, you're not alone. A lot of people don't have these essential items. Unfortunately, they realize that was a mistake as soon as they get in a situation that requires a safety pin. Uses for Safety Pins Safety pins have several uses. First, of course, they hold bandages together. If you have a deep wound, this is essential. You can also use them to dig out splinters. You will build ...