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Weeds for the Survivalist

Weeds for the Survivalist Someone once described a weed as “A plant growing where it is unwanted”. I like this definition because others such as “useless plant” are pretty far from the truth. Early pioneers actually brought plants that we consider weeds today with them from the old country so that they could enjoy the benefits of having that plant around. With that in mind, here are some weeds that are useful, and not just to preppers. A Bit of Warning Please do not try to self diagnose and treat serious ailments without a doctor. I have heard and seen first hand some very bad effects of trying to do this. Dandelion The mother of all yard weeds, the dandelion...

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Learn the Rule of Threes to Keep Yourself Alive

Staying alive in an emergency situation is something most people don’t think about. To those of us who study prepping and survival it ranks right at the top of the list. Ask just about anyone other than a woodsman, “What is the first thing you would do if you were lost in the wilderness?”, and they will almost always answer, “Try to find something to eat.” or some variation of that answer. Ron Hood of Hood’s Woods came up with The Rule of Threes several years back. It is something I have taught my children and anyone else I talk to about prepping and survival. The rule provides an invaluable tool for figuring out what is most important; it will...

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