Natural disasters and other SHTF scenarios can lead to injury and disease, and have massive negative impacts on your local medical system. In severe scenarios, access to professional medical attention may be completely wiped out.
BOBs should include everything you need to survive a minimum of 72 hours after a disaster. After that, hopefully, you can return to “normal life.” However, if society doesn’t stabilize, your BOBs should also have essential survival equipment to help you secure shelter, water, and food.
In a survival SHTF scenario, you must simplify your lifestyle and focus on survival priorities. Finding a safe shelter should be your number one priority. After securing a safe shelter, locating a reliable and potable water source is next, even before feeding yourself.
Learning how to store flour long term is a key skill for long-term survival. If you’ve existed on planet Earth for more than a few years, then you know exactly how important flour is. Flour plays an irreplaceable role in the human diet. This is even true for gluten-free people, because of the variety of non-wheat flour substitutes available.
One of the best ways to remain self-reliant in emergencies is by prepping a diverse stockpile of shelf-stable and emergency food items. By prepping shelf-stable meals and emergency food, you can rely on several ingredients to prepare nutritious meals, even during stressful SHTF scenarios.
Given the numerous sorts of disasters and calamities that people encounter across the world, it is critical to evaluate how you can plan to meet the most basic human requirements, such as food and water, for your family and yourself.