If you stock up dont forget to split it up over several locations. The last thing you want is to have all your stock at one location!
I never thought about alcohol. I have always a few month of tobacco in advance because I realy don't want to live without any.
I have soap for years, I think that may be a good currency and it is not a big investment.
Aye, I got mine for half price as it was submerged in seawater on the trip over. Needs a couple of extra holes in the fire base to really cook food on. The top fitting is really only useful as a warmer and makes it top heavy and unstable but it's the best thing for boiling water!That's a nice little kettle, albeit pricey. I like the design for a quick boil and also use of heat for cooking at the same time.
it depends on the concentration of your lugols, and the suspensions in the water - if it is unfiltered with particles or worse, cloudy? It'll take something like x2 or more. I think it's 1 drop 10% per clean liter, or working from that number depending on lugol concentration and water quality.How many drops needed and could it be use for continue use?
Zinc, Dandelion root, Tumeric/Pepper, Artemesia Annua (wormwood), homemade Hydroxychloroquine, good multivitamins for the minerals etc. Just off the top of my head for now.What would you consider the most crucial supplements to stock up for yourself and relatives ?
I'm thinking about starting to stock up on some that might be hard or more expensive to obtain somewhere down the line. Right now, I'm thinking : Magnesium, Vitamin C, Melatonin, NAC, R Lipoic Acid, Vit D, Iodine, B complex, selenium.
Guys, Joe mentioned on the last Youtube podcast that maybe it is now the last moment to purchase silver if someone has some spare cash.
I have some savings (not much like 5 salaries) in the bank and I recently withdrew half, but with the current inflation I am afraid it will lose value rapidly very soon. I was recently thinking about purchasing some silver, since during the Great Depression silver went up in price several times, while gold only a few times. And then Joe mentioned that the supply of silver will be decreased next year and maybe it is time buy some, and this made me think to turn some of the cash into silver coins of 1oz each. I can buy like 50 pieces of silver in coins and have them delivered in 1 day. Silver coins are easy to exchange for goods in case a need arises.
I did most of my preparations last year, so I got lots of stuff purchased from canned food to solar panels, so I am missing only some precious metals to feel a bit more secure.
What do you guys think about it? Is it a good idea?
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