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Thursday, February 9, 2012

Survival Book: The Doom and Bloom Survival Medicine Handbook

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survival, medicine, first aid, medical, treatment, SHTF, TSHTF, TEOTWAWKI, preparedness, Dr. Jones, Nurse Amy

Dr. Bones and Nurse Amy from the Doom and Bloom Hour (podcast) have just recently released a new book which is sure to find its place   in many preparedness libraries.
I am ordering this book this week and will review shortly.

The Doom and Bloom Survival Medicine Handbook - summary:

The Doom and Bloom™ Survival Medicine Handbook is a no-nonsense, no-frills guide to keeping your family healthy in any situation, from storms to a complete societal collapse.  This book will give you the tools to deal effectively with the most likely medical issues you’ll encounter in a grid-down situation, or any circumstance where medical help is NOT on the way! 

The Doom and Bloom™ Survival Medicine Handbook will also tell you how to obtain needed medications for your medical supplies, and what natural substances in your environment could take the place of modern pharmaceuticals in the event they’re no longer being produced.  We tell you the truth about expiration dates, and buck the conventional medical wisdom when we have to. 
This book also conducts a practical suturing lab; it will tell you what wounds should be sutured and what wounds shouldn’t, and shows you a step-by-step process to close lacerations with step by step images. You can even follow along on YouTube with our video:  How to Suture with Dr. Bones.

Medical treatment information is often overlooked by many preppers.  This book looks to be a great source to help assist those interested in survival & preparedness prepare their medical contingency plans.
For more information – visit and check the book out on Amazon.

Take care all -

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1 comment:

  1. I like some of your posts and feel there is some good information there. However I pretty much consider the entire "alternative medicine" movement as pure superstition bunk and snake oil salesmen designed to seperate the fools from their money. You have embraced some of these myths and it taints your message. These so-called alternatives are merely palliative at best and in many cases downright harmful at worst.