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Making a Powerful Thieves oil variant with the Herbal Survival Kit.






Making a powerful thieves oil variant with your Herbal Survival Kit

You will need:
Pure Grapeseed oil
Eucalyptus Oil
Pepermint essential oil
Clove Essential Oil
Oregano Esential Oil
Lavender Essential Oil
Tea Tree essential oil

Recipe:
Pure Grapeseed oil   1/2 ounce
Eucalyptus Oil          15 drops
Pepermint essential oil 10 drops
Clove Essential Oil  25 drops
Oregano Esential Oil 25 drops
Lavender Essential Oil 30 drops
Tea Tree essential oil 30 drops

Directions:
Add all ingredients together in a dark color bottle and percus 35 times to dispense all the oils and begin the propagation . let sit overnight to propagate.

Usage:
Add 4 drops to one quart of distilled water  in a sprayer bottle. Alternatively you can use a standard simple steam vaporizer that hold 1-2 gallons of water and add 6 drops and a pinch of salt to the water in the vaporizer . The salt will increase the steam levels but only add a pinch.

Note: If you are making a few bottles of this spray ahead of time add 1 tablespoon of 80 proof vodka or food grade alcohol to it as a preservative. DO NOT USE THIEVES OIL around small children. if you use the variant with rosemary essential oil ALSO do not use it around people with Epilepsy or those who have a history of seizures.

add alcohol then oils then mix them both well then add the distilled water and shake before each use.

Nutritional Foods and Super foods for Preppers



Nutritional foods and Super foods  for Preppers


Target: Nutrition
Survival: Food

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“Nutritional Foods”

These Herbs,Foods and Superfood's provide an abundance of minerals,vitamins and amino acids vital to all the main systems. This is always crucial during a 
bug out situation. added stress' can effect your way of thinking rationally and realistically. It it vital to keep all our main systems nutritionally healthy so that a healthy and maintained immune system remains in tact. and always in optimal readiness.


1. Central Nervous System Foods:
Yellow Corn has all the minerals and Vitamins to retain a healthy Central Nervous System. Such as Vitamin A, K, Magnesium. Manganese, B6, B12
Peanut Butter:
Spinach: A great Source of IRON Vitamins C,A,K,E, Panthothenic Acid, B1,B2,B6,
Niacin
Celery: a Natural Recovery drink ( celery juice) VERY POWERFUL. Will recover lost sodium levels naturally and safely.
Red Kidney Beans: Iron, Calcium, Vitamin C
Sweet Potatoes and Yams: High in Potassium, Magnesium, Manganese, vitamins A,K,E, B1, B6, Niacin, and more

2. Circulatory System Foods:
Beets: Vitamins A, C, K, E, B1, B6,Niacin,
Broccoli , Bell Peppers and eggplant with help maintain healthy vascular walls.
Pees: Vitamins A, C, K, E, Niacin, Folate, Vitamin B1, B2, B6, Panthothenic Acid
Carrots: Vitamins A, C,K,E, B1,B2,Folate, Niacin, 
Asparagus Vitamins A, K, C, E, B1,B2, B6, Folate,Panthothenic Acid

3. Respiratory System Foods:
Onions, Garlic, Pumpkin, Butternut squash, Acorn squash, Figs, Black currants, Pineapple, Apples, Yams,Honey, Hazelnuts, Almonds, Dates,Yellow and Green Bell Peppers, green Chile peppers, Brussel sprouts, tomatoes snow Peas, mustard greens,Mushrooms Pomegranates, Red Cabbage

4. Muscular Skeletal System: yellow corn, Bee pollen, apples, apple cider vinegar, honey, butternut squash, acorn squash, bananas, watercress, raw spinach, organic milk, dark chocolate, dried figs
A powerhouse of a herb for the muscular skeletal system is OATS STRAW it is rich in vitamins A,K, B1-B11,  Calcium, and traces of magnesium


Herbal and Nutritional  Superfood's (Se our post on super foods)
Spirulina: Vitamins A, C, K, E, Niacin, B1, B2, B6, Folate, Panthothenic Acid, 
Slippery Elm Bark ( Se our post on slippery elm bark)
Bee Pollen ( see our be pollen post)
Chlorella: