In this guide a real nurse talks about the antibiotics you must have for SHTF storage. Some of you may already be saying I’ve tried this, or that antibiotic and got a reaction. Or my son, or daughter is allergic to such and such.
Maybe you prefer herbs over antibiotics. The nurse uses herbs herself, but as she explains it could be a tragic mistake not to store any antibiotics.
According to the nurse in the following video if you think herbs will cure everything the bottom line is according to studies they don’t. Yes they cure some things, and help with some things and are great for certain things. However if someone is having an anaphylactic reaction, or a heart attack, herbs aren’t going to get the job done.
The nurse believes that you should give your body a chance to fight off a problem first, and use the antibiotics as a last resort. Many people run to the doctor for an antibiotic as soon as they get little sniffle. Watch the video to see what 5 antibiotics you must have for SHTF storage.
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Becoming increasingly popular are the use of fish antibiotics. Here’s a brief discussion on fish antibiotics.
Source Ready Nutrition.com
Fish antibiotics are also becoming popular storage items amongst preppers because no prescription is required to purchase them. It is true that many fish antibiotics contain the same active ingredients as those formulated for humans. However, there are few considerations to keep in mind, such as using the correct dosage as to not over medicate yourself, and the differences in human metabolism vs. the metabolism rate of a fish. Anyone who is planning on storing up fish antibiotics to use needs to do proper research, and it wouldn’t help to discuss your findings with a medical professional.In an article on Survival Blog, the contributing author, who happens to be a doctor was able to purchase the below fish antibiotics online without any demand for medical license or prescription. A paraphrase of the article and a list of the drugs are listed below. They are:•FISH-MOX (amoxicillin 250 mg)
•FISH_MOX FORTE (amoxicillin 500 mg)
•FISH-CILLIN (ampicillin 250 mg)
•FISH-FLEX Keflex 250 mg)
•FISH-FLEX FORTE (Keflex 500 mg)
•FISH-ZOLE (metronidazole 250 mg)
•FISH-PEN (penicillin 250 mg)
•FISH-PEN FORTE (penicillin 500 mg)
•FISH-CYCLINE (tetracycline 250 mg)
NOTE: It should be emphasized that FISH-CYCLINE [and other tetracycline antibiotics of various names] can become toxic after its expiration date, unlike most of the other medications listed.
These medications are available usually in plastic bottles of 100 tablets for much less than the same prescription medication at the pharmacy (some come in bottles of 30 tablets). The dosages are similar to that used in humans, and are taken two to four times a day, depending on the drug. The 500mg dosage is probably more effective in larger individuals. Of course, anyone could be allergic to one or another of these antibiotics, but not all of them. (Note that there is a 10% cross-reactivity between “-cillin” drugs and Keflex, meaning that, if you are allergic to Penicillin, you could also be allergic to Keflex). FISH-ZOLE is an antibiotic that also kills some protozoa that cause dysentery.
Antiobiotics are an essential preparedness item to have on hand for extended disasters, however, they should be taken when they are needed to most. Understanding the differences between the different antiobiotic families, knowing the effects they can have on the body as well as knowing which antibiotics would be best for specific medical conditions will help you make the right choice when comes to buying them.
Originally posted 2014-03-29 19:10:11.
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