How To Take Care Of Yourself When No One Comes

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Today I’m going to discuss how to take care of yourself when no one comes, as in the government. It may be your church, your neighbors, or your friends that cannot help. The roads may be impassable, either from earthquakes, ice storms, snow storms, hurricanes, tornadoes, floods, fires or other disasters. You may be evacuated or you may be home-bound. The truckers may not be able to deliver food to the grocery stores, and the shelves will become empty very quickly, as in 24 hours or less. Let’s pretend today you have snow falling more than you have seen in years. Schools are closed because the roads are too treacherous to travel. Emergency messages are coming through our landlines or cell phone or maybe on the television, that’s if we still have power. Today, I want to talk about being ready to take care of yourself BEFORE you need help. I hope you never need help, my goal is to get every family self-reliant, one family at a time.

Here’s the deal, if we are prepared for a disaster and have water, food, emergency cooking devices with adequate fuel, a first aid kit and other important items we need then we can sleep at night. I have some really awesome readers who make comments telling me they were home-bound for a month, and some for several weeks. They were prepared, I tip my hat to them. They were unable to leave their homes for longer than they ever expected. They were prepared with water, food, cooking devices, heat, and electricity. Some areas get hit harder with more snow than others. Some areas never get snow, but they get treacherous ice storms. My point today is to be prepared before you need to be. In other words, please get some good hard copy books to read with your family to discuss options and make a plan together using different scenarios, like if you are home or if you are not home, where will your family members meet? The books are great, if you read them and apply the principles outlined for you. Be proactive and get to it, now!

The four books above are what I call my bibles for preparedness. I actually have the larger Essential Oil Book because I am sure I will need to help a lot of people, and I study it religiously. This is the one I have: Essential Oils Desk Reference 6th Edition You can see the smaller version which is awesome to help you understand essential oils. I’m going to put a disclaimer here because the FDA has shut down some bloggers because they claimed some essential oils “CURE” people of certain diseases. I don’t believe they cure diseases. I do believe they soothe some illnesses and/or their symptoms. I’m not advocating you NOT go to the doctor, that is your choice and you know what your family needs. I do believe they help keep me from needing to go to the doctor as often because I know how to use them. I also eat a lot of fresh fruit and vegetables to keep my immune system strong. I do not smoke or drink. I’m learning to eat healthier and rarely get sick, if ever.

Take Care of Yourself With These Books:

(When no one is available to help you, use these books to guide your family to be self-reliant.)

My book is the yellow and black one above and is available in major bookstores everywhere. In my book, I teach the world to be prepared in every way from food, water, cooking devices, food charts, how to store your water safely, and so much more. As an example, you need a first aid kit in your home and car right now because if the truckers are stopped due to inclement weather, you may not be able to go out and buy one if needed. You need a plan. Today, not tomorrow. It’s a family friendly book, I highly recommend the hard copies of these books because, without power, you will need a reference source that doesn’t rely on power, trust me. Prepare Your Family for Survival: How to Be Ready for Any Emergency or Disaster Situation

This is a pocket size essential oils book: Essential Oils Pocket Reference This book explains the different oils and how to use them. I will not go into depth about essential oils today, but I’m working on an article so I can share my ideas with all my readers.

I love the book by Dr. Joseph Alton and his wife: The Survival Medicine Handbook: A Guide for When Help is Not on the Way The thing I like about this book over any other medical book is how the doctor explains in layman terms how to take care of our bodies if we are cut, burned, or have a broken arm, to name a few things. It’s a must have book for every home. It’s the perfect first aid book like no other in the world.

My other must have book is my Silver Solution Book by Dr. Gordon Pedersen: A New Fighting Chance: Silver Solution: A Quantum Leap In Silver Technology: How molecular structuring safely destroys bacteria, viruses, and yeast. Dr. Pedersen Silver Solutions

I highly recommend all of these books for families to read as soon as possible in order to be prepared for the unexpected. If you purchase these books one at a time, you can learn to be self-reliant and take care of yourself. Why is that necessary, because the government can’t take care of everyone.

I’m never without these products from “My Doctor Suggests”, a company I rely on for a number of things:

***(these do not make you blue, I know because I have used them for years)

Organic Silver Lozenges – Soothing Honey with Lemon: The Perfect Cough Drop for Cough, Throat & Mouth Health and Immune Support – Contains 30ppm Silver Solution in Each Drop – My Doctor Suggests Brand

30ppm, Triple Strength pH Balanced Colloidal Solution – Daily Colloidal Silver Supplement for Immune Health – 16oz Bottle of Silver Water

4 thoughts on “How To Take Care Of Yourself When No One Comes

  • January 24, 2017 at 5:34 am
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    The survival medicine book is really good. Not being trained in any type of medicine, I really, really needed that one.

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    • January 24, 2017 at 9:14 am
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      Hi, Janet, that book is fabulous! It’s great for everyday use. I hope to give one of these to each of my four daughters for Mother’s Day. I really really needed that one as well. I have no medical training but I can get by with that book! Hugs, Linda

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  • January 24, 2017 at 7:49 am
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    Love the article& strongly agree with your recommendations of books.

    As a suggestion to readers with special dietary needs…. stock up now on your preferred foods! After Hurricane Ivan hit our area dead center back in 2004, it was 2-3 weeks minimum before stores opened, power was restored. Longer for outlying areas & those closest to the bays & Gulf.

    We did go a couple of times to get ice, bottled water & MRE’s that were being handed out & coordinated with folks in our Sunday school class to get the water &
    MRE’S to their respective neighbors who were elderly or otherwise unable to get to the distribution sites on their own. Most of these people had not prepared even though there was at least a week’s warning of the hurricane. And our classmates reported back that their neighbors refused the MRE’S because of too spicy or salty & the food not being what they wanted.

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    • January 24, 2017 at 9:13 am
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      Hi Angelcrest, oh this comment is the best! What’s interesting they had at least a weeks warning but did not go get the items they preferred to eat. Wow, people refused the MRE’s because they were too spicy or salty. Oh my goodness, people need to hear this. I’m going to write a post around this comment. I thank you from the bottom of my heart for your words! Hugs! Linda

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