290+ Ways to Use Four Basic Supplies for a Healthier Life

Posted: July 29, 2013 in Uncategorized

This is good stuff folks.  Very useful and something we can all benefit from knowing.


The more I’m exposed to prepping the more I feel like it’s about re-learning how to live a healthier lifestyle every bit as much as being prepared for emergencies.

These days, we’re programmed to go to the store and purchase whatever products are prominently displayed on the store shelves without giving it a second thought. Granted, more and more people are opting for organic alternatives, but the funny thing is that we’ve had the most “organic” products available all along, we just needed to see that they can be used to create what are probably the healthiest options for us.

While there are many basic supplies we could mention, I’ll focus on four: vinegar, baking soda, borax, and epsom salts. With these four basic base supplies one would be hard-pressed not to be able to replace nearly anthing we currently purchase for household use. Obviously, there are additional ingredients…

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  1. ycorrea says:

    Great article. Fantastic information. I’m going to have to get my hands on some Borax. I remember my grandmother using it when I was little, but I never gave it much thought.

    Thanks for sharing! 🙂

  2. I’m with you. My grandparents used Borax all the time. Still remember the box sitting downstairs with the laundry. And thanks for the comments!! 🙂

  3. nolabels says:

    Thanks for sharing this. My grandparents were big fans of using all of this, especially Epsom Salt. 🙂

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