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for her valuable research into survival preparation. It has provided us with very helpful information while building this website.

Essential Supplies

Essential Supplies

Essential supplies to stock up on while you still can. Anything can happen in these uncertain times. It’ll happen when you least expect it, and you’ll need to be prepared. Natural disasters, Martial law, Economic Society Collapse, Domestic terrorism are just some of the things that can happen. This shows some of the cheaper supply options. There are some pretty good alternative options if your willing to spend the extra money. MREs have at least a 5 year shelf-life. Also a water filter would be great. I tried to add as much info as I could, and the video still went over 10 minutes. There may be a few items missing(garden seeds, vitamins, over the counter and prescription medicines, toilet paper, tampons, ect.). Also there are items that only pertain to your situation. Thanks.

Herbal Medicine for Survival First Aid

Herbal Medicine for Survival First Aid

Learn How You Can Make Powerful Herbal Medicines Secretly In Your Kitchen Herbal Medicine for Survival First Aid

Herbs and herbal remedies. All the best information was distilled down into this must-have guide about making herbal medicines. This amazing “little” book reveals 15 herbs you should always have on hand, how to cheaply make your own herbal remedies at home, and five amazing ways to help rev-up your immune system in a crisis situation.

Survival First Aid Supplies

Survival First Aid Supplies

Two good choices for your survival first aid supplies.

Mayday Industries Incident Command & Triage Kit on Wheels (CERT)

Survival First Aid Supplies

This is perfect for emergency response, especially Community Emergency Response Teams (CERT). This is also an ideal product for any group or orgnization which must deal with emergencies or crowd control. Kit Includes: 1 – Wheeled Duffle Bag (30” x 15” x 15”) 1 – Set of Four Triage Tarps 1 – Command Post – Barricade Tape 1 – Public Information Area – Barricade Tape 1 – Staging Area – Barricade Tape 1 – 50 pack Triage Tags 4 – Brass Whistle w/ Lanyard 4 – Legend Safety Vest 4 – Clipboards 4 – Golf Pencils 1 – Mighty Mega Mite Bull Horn 2 – Commander Walkie Talkies 1 – FM / Weather / Shortwave Radio w/Light 4 – Green 12 hour Light Sticks 4 – Adult Ponchos 1 – NIMS Guide 1 – Incident Command and Triage Book 40 – Pages of Triage forms: (Patient Evaluation, Body Identification, Injury Assessment etc), Triage Instructions, ICS Instruction. Safety Vest Tags. All included in a water resistance folder.

You will also find emergency medical supplies, first aid boxes, first aid bags and emergency medical kits below.

Total Resources International 250-Piece Outdoor First Aid Kit in Red EVA Case


Survival First Aid Supplies

This Deluxe 250 piece kit comes in a lightweight, durable, Cordura covered EVA moulded foam case for convenient storage and easy access. Contains the following items: 40 – Adhesive Bandages 3/8″ x 1-1/2″, 40 Adhesive Bandages 3/4″ x 3″, 10 – Butterfly Closure Bandages, 10 – Knuckle Bandages, 1 – Adhesive Tape 1/2″ x 5 yds, 10 – Cotton Tip Applicators, 4 – Finger Splints, 6 – Sterile Gauze Pads 2″ x 2″, 6 – Sterile Gauze Pads 4″ x 4″, 1 – Sterile Trauma Pad 5″ x 9″, 2 – Gauze Rolls 2″ x 4.1 yds, 4 – Examination Gloves, 1 – Instant Cold Compress 5″ x 6″, 1 – Metal Tweezers, 4 – Splinter Removers, 1 – Scissors, 2 – Burn Cream Packets, 2 – Lip Ointment Packets, 3 – Hydrocortisone Packets, 3 – Antibiotic Ointment Packets, 2 – Insect Repellent Packets, 2 – Sunscreen Lotion Packets, 24 – Alcohol Prep Pads, 9 – Sting Relief Pads, 1 – First Aid Instruction Guide, 24 – Antiseptic Towelettes, 1 – 24 hour Brightstick, 1 – Emergency Water Pouch, 1 – Emergency Whistle, 10 – Aspirin Tablets, 10 – Non Aspirin Tablets, 1 – Emergency Blanket

Survival Seed Bank

Survival Seed Bank

Survival Seed Bank
Non Hybrid Seed Bank Plants a Full Acre Crisis Garden Be Prepared, Plant Your Seeds Today

A survival garden would provide food for you and your family for the term of any disaster.

Now you can grow all the survival food you will ever need anywhere in the country with a kit that contains a special seed bank of hard to find, open pollinated… super seeds, grown by small, fiercely independent farmers.

Let’s face it. If the stories coming out on the world’s food supply are even half right, we’ve got real problems and they aren’t going to go away quickly.

Here are a couple stories that I ran across recently:

  • WorldNet Daily cites strong evidence that some government agencies are stockpiling huge amounts of canned food.
  • Jim Randas, former U.S. Intelligence officer, appeared on ABC telling Americans to start stockpiling food.
  • Grocery store prices are rising faster than any time in U.S. history.
  • Worldwide grain stocks are dropping precipitously as bio-fuels consume inventories… and on and on and on.

You don’t have to be an Old Testament prophet to see what’s going on all around us. A desperate lower class demanding handouts. A rapidly diminishing middle class.

Be prepared for anything.


Survival Top 100 Items List

Survival Top 100 Items List – What Disappears First in a Disaster?

By Joseph Almond

The survival top 100 items list are important to consider obtaining and storing prior to needing them.

1. Generators

All Power America APG3014 2,000 Watt 4-Stroke Gas Powered Portable GeneratorGas Powered Generator

2. Water Filters, Purifiers

3. Portable Toilets

4. Seasoned Firewood

5. Lamp Oil, Wicks, Lamps

6. Coleman Fuel

7. Guns, Ammunition, Pepper Spray, Knives, Clubs, Bats & Slingshots

8. Hand-Can openers & hand egg beaters, whisks

9. Honey, Syrups, white, brown sugars

10. Rice – Beans – Wheat

11. Vegetable oil

12. Charcoal & Lighter fluid

13. Water containers

14. Mini Heater head (Propane)

15. Grain Grinder (Manual)

16. Propane Cylinders

17. Survival Guides

18. Mantles: Aladdin, Coleman, etc. (Without this item, longer-term lighting is difficult.)

19. Baby Supplies: Diapers, formula, ointments, aspirin, etc

20. Washboards, Mop Bucket w, wringer (for Laundry)

21. Cookstoves (Propane, Coleman & Kerosene)

22. Vitamins

23. Propane Cylinder Handle-Holder

24. Feminine Hygiene, Haircare, Skin products

25. Thermal underwear

26. Bow saws, axes and hatchets & Wedges

27. Aluminum foil Reg. & Hvy. Duty

28. Gasoline containers

29. Garbage bags

30. Toilet Paper, Kleenex, paper towels

31. Milk – Powdered & Condensed (Shake liquid every 3 to 4 months.)

32. Garden seeds (Non-hybrid)

33. Clothes pins, line, hangers

34. Coleman’s Pump Repair Kit

35. Tuna Fish

36. Fire extinguishers

37. First aid kits

38. Batteries

39. Garlic, spices & vinegar, baking supplies

40. Large Dogs (and dog food)

41. Flour, yeast & salt

42. Matches (3 box, $1 .44 at WalMart: “Strike Anywhere” preferred. Boxed, wooden matches will go first.)

43. Writing paper, pads, pencils, solar calculators

44. Insulated ice chests (good for keeping items from freezing in Wintertime)

45. Workboots, belts, Levis & durable shirts

46. Flashlights, Light sticks & torches, “No.76 Dietz” Lanterns

47. Journals, Diaries & Scrapbooks

48. Garbage cans Plastic (for storage, water, transporting)

49. Men’s Hygiene: Shampoo, Toothbrush, paste, Mouthwash, floss, nail clippers, etc.

50. Cast iron cookware

51. Fishing supplies, tools

52. Mosquito coils, repellent sprays, creams

53. Duct tape

54. Tarps, stakes, twine, nails, rope, spikes

55. Candles

56. Liquid Laundry Detergent

57. Backpacks & Duffle bags

58. Garden tools & supplies

59. Scissors, fabrics & sewing supplies

60. Canned Fruits, Veggies, Soups, stews, etc.

61.Bleach (plain, NOT scented: 4 to 6% sodium hypochlorite)

62. Canning supplies (Jars, lids, wax)

63. Knives & Sharpening tools: files, stones, steel

64. Bicycles (Tires, tubes, pumps, chains, etc.)

65. Sleeping bags & blankets, pillows, mats

66. Carbon Monoxide Alarm (battery powered)

67. Board Games Cards, Dice

68. d-Con Rat poison, Mouse Prufe II, Roach Killer

69. Mousetraps, Ant traps & cockroach magnets

70. Paper plates, cups, utensils

71. Baby Wipes, oils, waterless & Anti-bacterial soap (saves a lot of water)

72. Rain gear, rubberized boots, etc.

73. Shaving supplies (razors & creams, talc, after shave)

74. Hand pumps & siphons (for water and for fuels)

75. Soy sauce, vinegar, bouillons, gravy, soup base

76. Reading glasses

77. Chocolate, Cocoa, Tang, Punch (water enhancers)

78. “Survival-in-a-Can”

79. Woolen clothing, scarves, ear-muffs, mittens

80. Boy Scout Handbook

81. Roll-on Window Insulation Kit (MANCO)

82. Graham crackers, saltines, pretzels, Trail mix, Jerky

83. Popcorn, Peanut Butter, Nuts

84. Socks, Underwear, T-shirts, etc.

85. Lumber

86. Wagons & carts

87. Cots & Inflatable mattresses

88. Gloves: Work, warming, gardening, etc.

89. Lantern Hangers

90. Screen Patches, glue, nails, screws, nuts & bolts

91. Teas

92. Coffee

93. Cigarettes

94. Wine, Liquors (for barter, medicinal, etc.)

95. Paraffin wax

96. Glue, nails, nuts, bolts, screws, etc.

97. Chewing gum, candies

98. Atomizers (for cooling, bathing)

99. Hats & cotton neckerchiefs

100. Goats, chickens

Survival Gear List

Survival Gear List

A List of General Supplies for Emergency

This is a list of general survival gear and supplies that are the emergency essentials you will need for your own emergency preparation. It is best to begin with your 72 hour survival kits first. Once those are complete begin to work on your long term disaster preparedness planning. We deal with survival Survival Gear List gardens, emergency food supplies (for your survival food storage), and water supplies, separately. This “survival gear list” is based on 4 people, and should be refined to suit your own needs. It’s based on information from Holly Deyo.


36 each Candles 200 each Fire Starters (jelly, ribbon, tablets, impregnated peat bricks, wax-coated pine cones, magnesium block, flint) 1 each First Aid Kit 1 each Fuel Refills (for each type, propane, sterno, diesel, gas) 2 each Fishing Kit 4 each Foam Mattress Pads (for under sleeping bags, swags, etc.) 4 cans Insect Repellent 1 each Kettle, huge, with lid (at least lobster pot size) for boiling water 18 each Light sticks (12 hour) 4 each Lighter (butane) 4 bottles Liquid Detergent for clothes and dish washing 1 each Mosquito Netting 4 each Plastic Sheeting or Tarps (waterproofing between sleeping bag and ground) 2 each Propane Lanterns and Extension Poles 2 each Propane Tank (20 lb or 9 Kg) 4 each Propane Wicks or Socks 1 each Portable Clothes Line and Pegs or Clothes Pins 2 each Prescriptions for current medications 2 each Sleeping Bag, Bedroll, Swag or Wool Blankets 1 each Snake Bite Kit 4 each Space Blankets (reflects up to 90% of your body heat and only weighs 20 oz) 2 each Tents (2 person) 5 each Trash Bags* 1 each Wash Board 1 each Wash Tub for laundry 10 boxes Waterproof Matches * Purchase the heaviest, largest trash bags available for countless uses like an extra tent, emergency wind/rain protection or keeping pack and contents dry


4 each Backpack for supplies 4 each Fanny pack for short excursions 4 each Five Gallon Pail with Lid 4 each Water Canteen


24 each Bandanas (inexpensive shield face, head cover, wash cloth, bandage, etc.) 12 each Complete Change of Clothing* (3 for each person) 2 each Current Prescription Glasses 12 each Dust Masks 12 each Extra 3 sets of underwear (3 for each person) 1 each Gas Mask if you are living in one of the top 120 major cities 8 pair Heavy Socks for boots 4 each Rain Poncho OR Rubberized Parka and Rain Pants (oversized to layer clothing underneath; these are preferable over Rain Ponchos-offer more protection) 4 each Sturdy Boots 4 each Sunglasses 4 pair Tennis Shoes 4 pair Work Gloves, heavy duty *Most people will need to consider seasonal changes. Every season, update your stored change of clothes for appropriate weather conditions. In winter, include coats, hats, gloves, thermal underwear, snow boots and clothes for layering.


1 set $1000. in cash and change 2 each Compass of good quality 6 each Notepad 2 each Map of your local area 4 each Pen 4 each Pencil 1 set Phone numbers and addresses of friends and family 1 set Pre-addressed, stamped postcards of friends and family out of state 1 each Radio (solar, hand cranked or battery powered) 8 each Road Flares 1 each Short-wave Radio (plus extra batteries) 12 each Signal Flares 4 each Signal Mirror 4 each Signal Whistle


2 rolls Aluminum Foil, heavy weight 2 each Boning Knife 2 each Bread Loaf Pan 1 each Butcher Knife 1 each Camp Stove 1 each Can Opener, manual, heavy duty 1 each Corkscrew 6 each Dish Cloths 1 each Dutch Oven, large with lid, stainless steel or cast iron best*


3 sets Baby Clothes 2 bottles Baby Powder 2 bottles Baby Wash 2 each Blankets 3 each Bottles 26 boxes Diapers, disposable (24 count) 1 bottle Diaper Rash Ointment ? cans Formula 2 bottles Lotion 1 each Teething Ring 2 boxes Towelettes, Premoistened Toys


12 pair Surgical Gloves (these are inexpensive and can be obtained in discount stores) 1 each Camping Potty 2 bottles Disinfectant 3 gallons Liquid Bleach and Eye Dropper 4 bottles Liquid Detergent for clothes and dish washing 4 each Sponges 2 boxes Steel Wool Pads like Brillo 40 rolls Toilet Paper, rolls flattened 2 boxes Towelettes, Premoistened (in addition to ones for infants) 120 each Trash Bags, large (for human waste and misc. rubbish) 4 bottles Vinegar


1 each Bible 1 each Board Games: Scrabble, Monopoly, Chess, Backgammon, Checkers 8 each Books for pleasure 1 set Certified Copies of: wills birth, death, marriage certificates and divorce decrees house and life insurance policies inventory of valuable household items deeds and contracts stocks and bonds charge card account numbers and their “lost or stolen” notification numbers bank account numbers medical records including immunizations social security numbers passports, where pertinent for each family member

*Keep these items in waterproof containers. Many survival and camping stores sell flat, water tight pouches. If you have a food vacuum sealer, this is a great use for it.

Ammunition, if firearm is selected 1 each Clock, wind-up manually like Big Ben and Baby Ben 2 each Firearm, (pistol and rifle recommended, personal choice item) 1 each Hunting Knife 2 decks Playing Cards 1 each Magnifying Glass 1 box Paper Clips, assorted sizes 1 box Rubber Bands, assorted sizes 1 box Safety Pins, assorted sizes 1 each Dare To Prepare book


1 bottle After Shave 2 months Birth Control 2 bottles Body/Hand Lotion 4 each Comb and Brush 1 set Cosmetics 2 each Dental Floss 2 bottles Body/Hand Lotion 4 each Comb and Brush 1 each Cosmetics 2 each Dental Floss 4 each Deodorant 3 bottles Liquid Soap for personal washing 1 box Panty Liners 1 bottle Perfume 3 pkgs Razor Blades (10 count) 3 bottles Shampoo 1 box Tampons/Sanitary napkins 4 each Toothbrush 3 tubes Toothpaste 1 each Tweezers, pointed 8 each Wash Cloths & Towels


2 each Batteries for Wheelchairs and Hearing Aids 1 each Crutches or Walkers, Tips and Pads 2 boxes Denture Care Items 1 spare Eye Glasses 2 months Heart or Blood Pressure Medications 2 months Prescriptions Special Dietary Items 3 sets Warmer Clothing


2 each ABC Fire Extinguisher (check expiration date) 1 each Axe 6 each Bungee Straps (variety) 1 each Bush or Tree Saw 1 set Buttons, assorted sizes 1 each Crowbar 1 each Drill, Hand-operated 3 rolls Duct Tape 4 each Flashlight (extra batteries, bulbs) 1 each Generator, diesel preferably 5 KW 1 each Hammer 1 each Hatchet 1 roll Masking Tape (for labeling, etc.) 1 box Nails, assorted sizes 1 pkg Needles and Thread (assorted) 1 box Pins 1 each Pliers, needle nose 1 each Pliers, regular 1 each Post Hole Digger, auger type 100′ Rope, Nylon 1 each Scissors 1 each Screwdriver, Phillips 1 each Screwdriver, Flat Head 1 each Shovel, Rounded V-shaped for digging 1 each Sledgehammer 1 each Staple Gun and Staples 1 each Swiss Army Knife 100′ Twine or Heavy String 1 each Vice Grips 1 each Wire Cutters 1 each Wench and Cable, manual 1 each Wrench.

Once you have filled your list of survival gear for your family,  considering adding some extra for neighbors, extended family, friends, or people who need help.


Earthquake Survival Guide

Earthquake Survival Guide

Earthquake Survival Guide

Duck & Cover Will Kill You

Information about the “Triangle of Life”. There are fault lines all over the world. You might just need the Earthquake Survival Guide

Bug Out Survival Supplies

Bug Out Survival Supplies

Leaving your home in an emergency

Bug Out Survival Supplies

To bug out mean to leave your home in the event of an emergency or crisis situation. It’s always best to stay at home if you can, but there are situations that could force you to go to a safer place. Food, water, shelter and communication are all essential to survival in an emergency.

Bear Survival Guide

Bear Survival Guide

Bear Survival Guide

Bear Attack

If you are hiking in bear country, make your presence known. A startled grizzly is a dangerous grizzly. But if you are attacked, what should you do?


Shark Survival Guide

Shark Survival Guide

Survive a shark attack

Shark Survival Guide

Out of the millions of people who swim in the ocean each year, less than 100 are attacked by a shark. Of the many different kinds of sharks, only 3 are dangerous. The tiger shark, bull shark and great white. Sharks can bite out of hunger, or curiosity. Here is a guide to survive a shark attack.