Synopses & Reviews
An in-depth guide to prepare oneself and ones family for a widespread outbreak of any deadly disease
New pandemics attack every year. In 2009-2010, H1N1 spread uncontrollably to infect over 60 million people around the globe in over 200 countriesdespite the best efforts of government and health organizations. More recently, the deadly-but-hard-to-contract Ebola virus has claimed victims throughout Africa. But what will happen when a pathogen as easily transmitted as H1N1 and as deadly as Ebola enters a population somewhereanywhere!in the world? Prepping for a Pandemic provides all the information needed for the day when that horrible eventuality becomes a reality. It provides readers with a life-saving plan that guides them step by step to a state of medical self-reliance. It covers every important issue including stocking food, storing water, developing contingency plans, learning first aid and nursing skills, as well as establishing quarantines and sick rooms. With checklists, tips, and plans, this book outlines the necessary supplies and skills one will need to stay healthy when doctors, hospitals, and the worlds medical infrastructure become overwhelmed and unavailable during a pandemic outbreak.
About the Author
is a practicing herbalist and avid prepper. She is a homeschooling mom who teaches herbalism, aromatherapy, and food storage techniques in New England. Cat regularly blogs and podcasts on her website, HerbalPrepper.com.