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The frequency and intensity of natural disasters have been rising sharply in recent decades. As we have become dependent on our systems of comfort it is increasing important that we plan for the “really rainy days.” 83% of Americans live in a place vulnerable to natural disasters, but only 16% of people say they’re prepared.
A majority of our super markets and pharmacies operate by an On-Demand Delivery System. Even though it is very efficient it has a dangerous drawback when the supply chain is broken the stores will go empty. If there were a flood, earthquake, or long-term power outage barring deliver the grocery store shelve could remain barren for months.
As all of these essential oils come in concentrated form in small bottles they are easy to carry and store. They also have a limitless shelf life when store in a cooler temperature and out of the sun.
Lavender – Your survival kit should start with Lavender as it is the universal oil. In a disaster you may find yourself in compromising circumstances without shelter. To help alleviate problems Lavender can help with allergies, bug bites, bruises, inflammation, lice, sleep deprivation, sunburns, and ringworm. It is wonderful to have for any difficult occasion.
Lemon – One of the most dangerous health issues caused by natural disasters is human displacement causing crowding and sanitary issues. Lemon is known for its cleansing abilities. As it is a powerful antiseptic and disinfectant it is great for naturally killing bacteria and germs. It also fights parasites can help reduce fevers.
Melaleuca – When stores don’t have supplies to restock shelves, disinfectant ointments may be gone first. Melaleuca is nature’s way to treat cure fungal infections, wounds, sores, sinus infections, and athlete’s foot.
Oregano – As one of the most versatile and powerful of essential oils, Oregano is important for your emergency preparedness kit. Oregano can fortify and support the immune system which is great when caught in the cold or with viral infections.
Peppermint – When grocery stores are out of medicines you can be glad you have peppermint stashed. This essential oil is great for muscles pains and headaches. Peppermint can support the bodies systems especially in cases of colic, colds, heartburn, nausea, and shock.
*Find medical help, when possible, in addition to support of these essential oils. Statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. Products are not intended to diagnose, or prevent any disease.