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Vote -1 Vote +1Evan
May 18, 2010 at 2:46 pm

I don’t know how many people would be willing to follow this, but I do. I purchase my Antibiotics, namely Amoxicilin and Tetracyclin, at feed stores. (Normally you will find these type places in more rural, horse country type neighborhoods, where they sell bales of alfalfa and hay.)
A hundred 250 mg capsuls normally go for about $25.
A text that should be on every shelf is the Merck Manual. And believe it or not, there is a Merck Manual for Vets as well. (Veterinarians.)

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Vote -1 Vote +1Evan
May 18, 2010 at 2:46 pm

Hi Dave,

Great info and points, as always.

One more thing you might consider for preparing – chiropractic. I am a doctor of chiropractic, and I can tell you it is the safest, and most natural of all natural forms of health care. And, you need very little help from the outside world if you have a chiropractor in your group or at least nearby.

If you’d like more info, or have questions, please feel free to call me at 719-xxx-xxxx.

Thanks for all you do, brother! -J

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Vote -1 Vote +1Evan
May 18, 2010 at 2:46 pm

The health part of getting ready very much interests me. One thing you didn’t mention as a anti-pathogen is silver. Here is a wonderful silver I have been using and marketing for years that has lots of research behind it to show it’s efficacy. It kills viruses, bacteria, fungus and even malaria.

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Vote -1 Vote +1Evan
May 18, 2010 at 2:46 pm

David I agree with you on all points. We need to be looking at wellness not depending on sick care.
Please go to our web site and research our product. This is the strongest antioxidant known to man, it’s 100% natural and no synthetics added. I’m not aware of any other product that is as significant to a person’s health system as this product. This week or next we will have the lab studies on 7 blood markers, available to us, as soon as I receive them I’ll send them to you. The study shows significant blood marker movement in all 7 in just 3 hours after ingesting Sozo.
Go to http://www.sozolife.com/dkeller

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Vote -1 Vote +1Evan
May 18, 2010 at 2:46 pm

Hello.

You mentioned buying poppy seeds in your most recent article. BUT, you failed to mention where this can be done. I was under the assumption that the “poppy ” seeds that are in the local walmart are not the type to be used for any type of pain medication. Or am I wrong? If I am right and you can help in finding the correct type of seeds. Please forward the information to me.

Thank-you for your help.

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Vote -1 Vote +1Evan
May 18, 2010 at 2:47 pm

Hi david, i too would like to know where to buy the type of poppy seeds you were talking about. my little grandson has md. having something to replace his pain meds in a shtf situation would be a blessing for my family.thank you for creating this forum. new here. have already gotten alot of new ideas.

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Vote -1 Vote +1Evan
May 18, 2010 at 2:47 pm

Thanks so much for sending! I agree that this week has been a kick in the gut!
Mary

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Vote -1 Vote +1Evan
May 18, 2010 at 2:47 pm

Hey David,

Thank you for ALL of the pointers, with explanations included. As always, your info is quite valuable to me. I am “medically aware”, and so I know that you have spoken truth.

Later, Bob

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Vote -1 Vote +1Evan
May 18, 2010 at 2:48 pm

Quote Originally Posted by Henre’ Neville : ”
I don’t know how many people would be willing to follow this, but I do. I purchase my Antibiotics, namely Amoxicilin and Tetracyclin, at feed stores. (Normally you will find these type places in more rural, horse country type neighborhoods, where they sell bales of alfalfa and hay.)
A hundred 250 mg capsuls normally go for about $25.
A text that should be on every shelf is the Merck Manual. And believe it or not, there is a Merck Manual for Vets as well. (Veterinarians.) ”

Would you e-mail me at rick_wyant@comcast.net.
I have a cpuple of questions. Thanks Rick

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Vote -1 Vote +1Evan
May 18, 2010 at 2:48 pm

I am all for joining forces with like minded people who love our nation and want to stand for freedom anyway..no telling what is ahead and we who do care should stick together and make plans…it well may be like it was for many around WWII time where they had to go to remote places to survive or hide in plain sight so to speak etc….Christians and other groups will be pursecuted for sure one day..and anyone who stand with us…I say that because I am sure there are folks out there that, like me, don’t care if a person is purple and has poka dots, as long as they are a down to earth, honest, people that have values, morals and are for what is right, not this nonsense of political correctness, liberalism and tearing at everything we were founded to be…..I like to learn all I can about what to do to save money, do things simpler, share information to help others and plan what to do when….besides staying in our homes, it would be good to know where to go also when and if…..thanks Dave for all you do and for those of you that share thoughts too…we’re in this together!!
Peace, blessings and strength for each of you!!

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Vote -1 Vote +1Evan
May 18, 2010 at 2:48 pm

I am an herbalist and I’m glad I found this site. In these times it is important that we learn how to survive in the most natural, least costly way possible. There are many nutritious and medicinal plants in the wilds but I would encourage people to not ingest a strange plant unless they are absolutely positive about the plant. One of the best things we can do for good health is to make our food our medicine, one of the greatest foods I know of is GARLIC and CAYENNE, not necesarilly together but if you can stomach that wonderful combination in a teaspoon of apple cider vinegar it will do wonders for a sore throat and it is like sending out an army to fight respiratory invaders.
I would like to quote from Dr. John Christopher “Make your food your medicine”.

And last but not least, thank you Dave for this great site, it is like putting my fingers in the soil and feeling the warm, healing sun on my body.

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Vote -1 Vote +1Evan
May 18, 2010 at 2:48 pm

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I also would like to know where to get poppy seeds. My son is on high doses of morphine as he had serious back surgery involving his nerves. This would really help him. I encourage him to hold back some of his medication for emergencies, but it might not be enough.

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Vote -1 Vote +1Evan
May 18, 2010 at 2:48 pm

Here is the link to a book on growing poppies:
http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/193…rviveinplac-20

And a link to a followup article that I did on the subject:
http://secretsofurbansurvival.com/co…s-and-AR-vs-AK

David

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Vote -1 Vote +1Evan
May 18, 2010 at 2:49 pm

What do I think about the new healthcare bill? Assuming the economy of this country survives long enough to see it implemented, it will mean increased costs, increased health insurance premiums, increased taxes, reduced/rationed care, reduced quality of care, and – worst of all – more government control. We are being transformed from citizens to subjects. It is so blatantly unaffordable and insanely ridiculous, it almost makes me want to subscribe to the theory that there are powers intentionally seeking to bring this country down, and usher in a new form of government (I said almost…). Where’s the money supposed to come from? Only 53% of the U.S. population will pay taxes for 2009 (51% for 2008, 62% for 2007). The rest had incomes that were too low or qualified for enough credits, deductions and exemptions to avoid taxes. The only way they will be able to prop this up economically is by implementing a Value Added Tax, as did western Europe. Expect to pay higher prices for everything once a VAT is implemented. I find this bill, and the manner in which it was “passed”, to be utterly surreal.

Thanks for the great tips on medical self-reliance. Very timely and terrific information. It will be printed out and kept with my medical references. Now’s the time for me to begin working with some of these remedies.

Scott

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