Herbal electuaries, elixirs, and cordials may help you ward off serious health issues during a long-term disaster. As SurvivalBased electuaries guide part 1 noted, when the SHTF, calling 911 or rushing to the local em... Continue Reading →
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Posted on February 18, 2016 by Tara Dodrill
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Posted on October 7, 2015 by Tara Dodrill
Honey has a multitude of emergency medical survival and natural hygiene uses. During a long-term disaster it will be difficult, or perhaps impossible, to call 911 and receive help. Grocery store shelves will empty quickly during a SHTF scenario. If you are fortunate enough to find a bottle of over-the-counter medication, the sticker price may be more than you could afford due to extreme price-gouging.
Growing your own pharmacy and stockpiling natural alternatives to commo... Continue Reading →
Posted on February 25, 2015 by Tara Dodrill
Honey prices in the United States have risen by more than 13 percent. In January 2014 the price was $9,722 per ton, but a decline in yield per bee colony and higher demand pushed the price in January 2015 to $11,023 per ton.
Honey production in America has reportedly been on the decline since 2013. During that year only about 67,800 tons were produced, down five percent from 2012 and down 35 percent from honey production levels two decades ago.
“The decline in yield per colony is due to diminished US bee colony populations ... Continue Reading →