Let’s take a look at some helpful survival knowledge from across the web. Our commentary should be useful in helping you choose which articles are interesting to you!
From prepcabin.com: West Africa Ebola Outbreak: Is It “Out of Control”?
Ebola is a nasty, nasty disease and any outbreaks should warrant at least some attention even from where we sit many thousands of miles and an ocean away. This article covers the basics, including common symptoms, death rates, and even a recommended movie that documented what might happen if an “Ebola-like” virus hit our shores. Furthermore, there are also some additional links at the end that could prove useful to readers, so be sure to check those out as well.
Thankfully the odds of Ebola making it here are remote, but it never hurts to be watchful with something this deadly.
From theprepperproject.com: 3 Reasons Every Prepper Should Grow Cayenne Peppers.
Without even reading the article I can tell you that they can help make a mean jar of delicious salsa! Of course, this article covers a lot more than just the food side of things including medicinal uses and even pest control. It turns out that the heat of a pepper can be useful for a lot more than just singeing the tongue, and in a survival situation eating a few could prove to be very helpful when ill. The pest control aspect was particularly interesting, since it gives a use for expired peppers or those that rot on the plant. Finally, the article naturally covers how to grow them properly which should be helpful for the first-time gardener. Check this out and see what a humble pepper can do in your survival garden!
From modersurvivalblog.com: Spending Too Much Money? Instead of a Budget Each Month, Try Doing This
This article is quite short, but the single tip the author offers here is actually really good particularly if budgets aren’t your thing. For preppers balancing finances can be extremely difficult since you’re needing to stock up for those rainy days in addition to paying monthly bills and buying groceries and this tip should help make your journey a little easier. Nothing can replace actually having more money, but you’d be surprised at what you can do with the cash on hand if you put your mind to it.
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