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"How to prepare a first aid and survival kit for you and your families survival"

Updated on October 16, 2009

"How to prepare a first aide and survival kit for you and your families survival"

Work on making a first aid and survival kit for you and your family.
Work on making a first aid and survival kit for you and your family.

How to prepare a first aid and survival kit for you and your families survival"

We all should have a small first aid kit in the home, but with the time of economical crisis and meltdown. we all should prepare ourselves for an global disaster by putting together things that we will need in cases of an extreme emergency. I think we all should start collecting things for a large first aid and survival kit, with e problems we're having with the economical system of thing. we don't know when there want be and food on the shelves or most importantly, regular over the counter medications.

lets not wait around until it's to late; and everyone is pushing and shoving each other around and fight over stuff. let start preparing now . W e start by going to Wal mart or where ever and start buying the large plastic container with lids, after we have collected a few; we can start by purchasing these supplies and put it the these containers for safe keeping until we need them. below is a list of supply to buy and put away in the container for safe keeping.

1. The King James version of the holy bible.

2. Antibiotic ointment - For cuts, punctures,rashes.

3. Peroxide - sterilization of wounds and killing germs.

4. Alcohol - Killing germ and disinfecting and cleaning of a wound.

5.Surgical scissors, needle nose pliers, tweezers, surgical needles and fishing line wire.

6. A emergency manual on different kind of emergency and medical procedures.

7. Boxes of latex gloves.

8. doctor surgical masks.

9. Lg. container Sanitizer.

10.Insect repellent.

11.Insect sting kit

12.Snake bite kit.

13. Thermoether

14. Lg. bottle asperin

15.medication for indigestion, like zantac, rolaids, tums ect..

16.Disinfectant spray like Lysol or generic.

17.Disinfectant wipes or towelettes.

18.Lg. bottle vitamin C,A,E,D.

19.Laxative- milk of magnesia ect.

20.Pain medication - Alieve, tylenol or ibuprofhen

21.Vaseline petroleum jelly

22.Asthmaic enhaler.

23.Paper towels

24.Lg. bottles of tussins cough medications

25.Surgical tape for cut or open injuries.

26.Mucinex or generic brand for congestion.

27.Aloe vera lotion28.Aloe vera juice.

28.Gal. apple cider vinegar.

29.Allergy medication.

30. Allergy nose sprays.

31 Cinnaman supplements for diabetics.

32.Dramamine - motion sickness

33.Lg. bottle garlic supplements

34. Lg.bottle Listerine mouth wash

Your Extra needs for survival :

1.Bottled water ( purified).

2. Dehydrated or freeze dry foods supply

3.Can foods

4.Dry packaged foods - beans, pasta, cereal, oatmeal, grits, farina, brown white rice, white rice, pasta flour, sea salt ,black pepper, canola oil, olive oil,spices.

5.Coffee, green tea , regular tea, cocoa, sugar

Miscellaneous Items for survival:

1.Blankets, pillows

2.tents

3.Flashlight and batteries

4.Oil lanterns, matches, Kerosine, Coleman cook stove

5. Toilet tissue

6.Tooth paste, tooth brushes

I'm sure this list might seem big but if we ever get where we can't get access to these items, we will be blessed to already have them. Try to buy something each week to add to your survival kit and cross off items as you go. My mom always said, better safe than sorry.

Benny Faye Douglass





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    • creativeone59 profile imageAUTHOR

      benny Faye Douglass 

      8 years ago from Gold Canyon, Arizona

      Thank you TrudyVan, thank you dear, for your comment and feedback is always welcome. creativeone59

    • TrudyVan profile image

      TrudyVan Curre 

      8 years ago from South Africa

      Great information creativeone59, thank you for sharing. printed you list

    • creativeone59 profile imageAUTHOR

      benny Faye Douglass 

      8 years ago from Gold Canyon, Arizona

      Thank you Robert Ballad, but I try To involve God in every part of my life. thank you so much for your comment and feedback. creativeone59

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      Veronica Allen 

      8 years ago from Georgia

      I really like the fact that you included a bible in your survival kit. That is just as - if not even more - important for our 'spiritual' survival.

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      Robert Ballard 

      8 years ago

      Great Hub! I like the first item on your list, The authorized King James version of the sciptures. It is the only book that reads me. Trusting in the Lord come what may.

      Robert Ballard

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