You stand to gain by my difficult, but necessary decision. Thanks to the popularity of the PowerWhisperer, we're facing space issues in our warehouse.
I need to make room for the new generators and these Emergency Medical Systems have got to go.
In fact: once these last few are gone, that's it! I will not be selling them again anytime soon. So if you don't feel 100% confident that you could take care of your family's health in an emergency, I urge you to not miss out on this deal.
If you're reading this, chances are you've always been the "responsible one." The one everyone else can count on to think ahead and take responsibility.
That's the role I play in my family...and I'm privileged to do it.
Look, I'll get right to it...
I only have three Emergency Medical Systems left. They're first come, first served. And once they're gone, that's it. If you call my customer service center later, they won't be able to help you. The time to act is now.
Sorry to be so blunt. But you either know you need this or you don't.
So here's everything you get today at an insane discount...
(Please do not share this list!
Mass distribution of this list would trigger immediate shortages of many items.
It’s essential that true patriots have access to these items at this time.
Thanks for understanding.)
1. All-Purpose First Aid Kit, Soft sided, 200 pc
This new generation of “soft kit” is developed to save time and frustration in the midst of emergency scenarios. This is not your “run-of-the-mill” box of Band-Aids™. Treats cuts and scrapes, pain and swelling, burns and more. Be ready for many potential emergencies at home, in the car, outdoors, or on the water. Supplies are easy to find in clear pocket pages. Specifications: 8¼” x 6¼” x 2½”; bright blue water resistant mesh; nylon zipper. Contains no latex products. 30 unique items; total count, 200.
2. 2” Elastic Bandages (ACE® Type)
When a loved one is hurt, your aim is to help them return to normal activities. Elastic bandages provide support and compression during recovery. Two individually wrapped bandages, 2 clips each for securing ends. 2” x 4.5 yard size works well for bandaging hand, wrist, arm, foot or ankle.
3. 6” Elastic Bandage (ACE Type)
Same as above, 6” x 5 yards for torso or leg.
Used to relieve many kinds of minor aches and pains including headaches, muscle aches, backaches, toothaches, menstrual cramps, arthritis, and the aches and pains that often accompany colds. Eight single-dose packs.
Nasopharyngeal airway (also known as a naso airway, NPA, nasal trumpet, or nose hose) is a tube that is designed to be inserted into the nasal passageway to secure an open airway. Stay with me and I’ll tell you how to learn to use it properly.
6. Allergy Relief pills (Diphenhydramine)
This is the generic version of Benadryl® in tablet form. Doctors recommend this over-the-counter medication to treat symptoms of allergies including runny nose, sneezing, and itching in your eyes, nose, or throat. It’s also effective when you have these same symptoms due to a common cold. People sometimes take this medication under various brand names to treat motion sickness and as a sleep aid. Two doses, individually wrapped.
7. Ammonia Inhalant
Four smelling salts release ammonia packets. They trigger an inhalation reflex, causing the muscles that control breathing to work faster. This will often help revive a person who is groggy after fainting, or after an accident or other traumatic event. Single, one-time-use inhalant.
8. Antacid/Anti-diarrheal (Diotame)
Intestinal distress can put you out of commission and in the bathroom for hours. Get relief fast with these great little tablets using the same active ingredient found in Pepto-Bismol™. Chewable, sugar-free antacid/diarrhea relief. Soothes irritation with a protective coating action without constipating. Two single-dose packets.
9. Antihistamine (Clorphen)
Does pollen and mold throw your system into a tizzy as it does mine? These allergy tablets use the same active ingredient found in many brand-name over the counter allergy medications. Used to treat runny nose, sneezing, itching, and watery eyes caused by allergies, the common cold, or the flu. Two single-dose packets.
Use to treat pain and reduce fever or inflammation. Doctors often advise chewing a full-strength aspirin at the first sign of a heart attack, stroke, or chest pain. If you have risk factors for these diseases, discuss it with a doctor. In a cardiac emergency or when 9-1-1 or a doctor are not available, you can make your own decision about administering a drug that’s been safely used by millions. Eight single-dose packets.
11. Bathing Cloths
Use whenever conventional bathing is not convenient. These are all-in-one, disposable personal hygiene towels that can also be used for cleaning infectious disease patients. Simply activate with warm water. Reduces contamination and offensive odors on the body. Each thick, soft 8” x 8” cloth is enriched with aloe and vitamin E. Resealable 10-pack.
12. Bio Hazard Bag
You may find yourself in a position where you have to clean up a nasty situation and secure noxious materials away from yourself and others. This conspicuously marked bio hazard bag is for such situations. Isolate hazardous items in hospitals, healthcare facilities, home, or camp. Puncture resistant.
13. Survival Blanket
Olive drab/silver reversible. Now you can use the same super-insulating material as the original silver blanket, but without the reflective outside giving away your position. Great for anyone who wants to stay warm and hidden at the same time. This blanket is engineered to retain over 80% of radiated body heat. The combination of vacuum deposited metal and a polyester film surface allows no wind or moisture penetration. 52” x 84”, yet folds to pocket size.
14. Bleed-Stop Bandage
Major wounds and trauma need your immediate attention to stop the bleeding and save a life. I found the same sterile, multi-purpose wound and trauma dressing used by medics and EMTs.
15. Blood Clotting Spray
Aids in control of bleeding, relieves pain of cuts, burns and scrapes, helps prevent infection. Active ingredients include a topical antiseptic (benzethonium chloride) plus a topical anesthetic (lidocaine). 3 oz. aerosol.
16. Blood Pressure Kit
Blood pressure is a key measurement in assessing anyone’s health, including your own. This Professional Blood Pressure Unit is accurate and medic-approved. Includes well-written instructions for the medical layman.
17. Burn relief gel pack
Recommended for the quick, soothing, pain relief of minor burns. Cools and soothes damaged skin without trapping heat. Dries quickly without leaving skin feeling sticky. Contains 2 percent lidocaine. One single-use packet.
18. Burn-b-Gone (Burn Cream)
Extra strength relief for burns, scars, sunburns, cuts and abrasions. Doctor recommended, 2.5 oz. tube.
19. Cervical Collar Ambu®
Military Perfit® ACE® professional grade adult single-use adjustable collar for cervical spine immobilization during extraction. 16 settings for accurate sizing. Illustrated instructions printed on the package.
20. Chap-Ex Lip Protectant SPF - 4
AKA generic ChapStick®. Great lip protection with sunscreen. For many other survival uses, Google search: uses for chapstick.
21. Charcoal, Activated
This is for accidental poison ingestion and you have only minutes to act. Activated charcoal is nature’s filtration system. A powerful absorbent, it’s ideal for capturing and removing toxins from the digestive tract before they can be absorbed into the bloodstream. Essential to have on hand in case of potential poisoning or accidental drug overdose. 60 caps, 260 mg each.
22. Clorox wipes
If you’re in a place such as a public restroom where potentially infectious pathogens may be present, or if you need to create a clean area to treat an injured family member, you will be very glad to have this 9-pack of Clorox Disinfecting Wipes in a resealable pouch. Kills harmful viruses on contact.
23. Conforming Gauze
Stretch gauze bandage. Use for a variety of applications such as bandaging wounds and protecting fractures. 4” x 4.1 yards, sterile.
24. Congestion Relief (Advil/Ibuprofen)
For relief of nasal congestion, headache, fever, sinus pressure, minor aches and pain in adults. Two individually packaged doses.
25. Dental Medic Kit
This is NOT something you’ll find in other first aid kits on the market. If you’ve ever experienced dental pain while travelling as I have, you understand why I insisted on having a great dental kit in my emergency medical supplies. This kit offers complete first aid for your teeth. Includes temporary cavity filling mixture, dental wax, absorbent cotton pellets and rolls, dental floss and toothpicks, and a pain-relieving tea bag, Anbesol®/Orasol (benzocaine 20%, .75 grams), plus dental first aid instructions and a QR code for an instruction video. All in one sealed waterproof pouch.
26. Diabetic Foot Cream
Most first aid kits ignore the needs of people over 50. I don’t. Proper foot care is essential not only for diabetics, but for anyone who’s on the move in a stressful situation. Blisters and dry, cracked feet cause pain and slow you down. Dr. Greenfield’s Diabetic Footcream was designed and patented under the guidance of a diabetes doctor to help reduce the risk of foot complications due to diabetes. 5 oz. bottle.
27. Drinking Water Germicidal Tablets
These easy-to-use tablets make water bacteriologically suitable for drinking. Treats up to 25 quarts, no unpleasant taste
28. Duct Tape
Duct tape in a medical kit? Ask any battle-tested medic or EMT -- they swear by this stuff as much as any weekend handyman does. It’s great for making a temporary bandage or holding a compression bandage in place. 2” x 10 yards.
29. Electrolyte tabs
Key if you are in a situation where you need to help a senior citizen. Get fast relief from heat stress, fatigue and muscle cramping due to minerals lost to heat and perspiration. Easy-to-swallow, film coated tablets replenish electrolytes quickly. Two single-serving Medique Medi-Lyte packets.You
30. Eye/Ear Wash
Foreign objects in the eye or ear need to be removed immediately and safely. I told you about the experience on my boat when my friend Donna got a live bug in her ear. I realized that nothing in my standard-issue first aid kit offered a bit of help. I was powerless to help a friend on my own boat! This great little squeeze bottle contains ½ oz. sterile buffered isotonic solution, just the thing for flushing foreign bodies from the eye or ear. Comes with two eye pads.
31. First Aid Cream (Triple Antibiotic Ointment)
Treat all kinds of minor cuts, burns and abrasions. Helps prevent infection and aids in healing. 1/32 oz. packets.
32. 4-in-1 Glow Stick with Flashlight, Whistle, and Flasher
This is one handy little “magic wand” -- great LED technology in four modes: flashlight, glow, glow mode with flashlight, and flasher mode. LED rated for 10,000 hours, batteries rated for 200 hours in flasher mode. Includes built-in whistle, 15-in. lanyard and 3 button cell batteries. And get this -- free replacement batteries on manufacturer’s website (just pay s&h)! This tool is way better than clunky, old-school D-cell flashlights.
33. Glucose Tabs
Most first aid kits ignore the needs of older people. Mine doesn’t. These fast-acting orange-flavored tablets raise low blood sugar fast and boost energy. Essential if anyone in your household or extended family has diabetes or pre-diabetes. Ten tablets. Stay with me and I’ll tell you where to learn the signs of a patient who is suffering a dangerous episode of low blood sugar.
34. Hand Warmers
A must for people with poor circulation in their hands and feet. Heat Factory Mini Warmers last 10+ hours. They are ideal for gloves, pockets, headwear, or any place where soothing heat is desired.
35. Head Lamp
Flashlights and glow sticks are great, but sometimes you need a hands-free way to focus on what’s directly in front of you, from finding a tool to repairing equipment to dressing a wound. My 5-LED ultra bright headlamp/ spotlight does the job. Adjustable headband, push button on/off switch. Includes a flash mode for use as an emergency beacon.
When I was at summer camp as a kid, I ran my hand across another camper’s laundry bag and caught a fish hook! This tool is used in minor surgical emergencies just like that to control bleeding. Use it to stop blood loss in an emergency. Hemostats are used by fishermen to remove hooks from the mouths of fish, and by mechanics to hold nuts, bolts, screws in constricted locations.
37. All Family Hygiene Kit
Both health and morale are improved when you’re able to maintain basic hygiene and personal grooming. My 14-item hygiene kit includes cotton towel and washcloth, toothbrush and carrying case, minty toothpaste, twin blade razor, shaving cream, antibacterial deodorant soap, shampoo and body wash, conditioner, tampon, deodorant stick, and hand and body lotion, all in a 10” x 13” ziplock bag.
38. Insect Sting and Snakebite Kit
When kids and dogs root around in the yard, they may encounter a bee hive or snake. Getting the poison out of a wound fast reduces the discomfort and danger right away. Contents include certi-suction pump with adapter for venom removal; antiseptic benzalkonium chloride towelette; 3 insect sting antiseptic and pain reliever premoistened towelettes; 2 povidone-iodine wipe-ups; 2 plastic 1” x 3” CertiStrip adhesive bandages. Comes in its own poly box. Made in USA.
39. Iodine Wipes
These povidone/iodine prep pads are used to cleanse the surface of the skin before use of a hypodermic needle or scalpel. Does not irritate or sting. Saturated with povidone/iodine solution (1% iodine). 1¼” x 1½”, folded. Five individually packaged wipes.
40. Masks, type N95
Covers face and mouth, filters 95% of airborne dust. Qty., two.
41. Menthol Pain Reliever
Menthol is a naturally occurring substance derived from mint and peppermint plants, and is one of nature’s most effective pain relievers. I found a brand of pain relieving cream that combines a therapeutic level of menthol with a low level of capsaicin to tackle pain in three different ways simultaneously: creating a numbing effect at the cellular level, increasing blood flow to treated areas, and providing a cooling sensation. Use for minor body aches and pains due to muscle aches, joint pain, sprains and strains, minor arthritis pain and back pain.
When you need to treat a wound on your own face or head, a mirror is essential. The trouble with traditional glass mirrors is that they break. I found a highly polished stainless steel mirror that will never break or rust. 3” x 4”.
43. Mouth-to-Mouth barrier with pouch, gloves & wipes
If you find yourself needing to give CPR to a stranger or to an infectious family member, you’ll be glad to have the same face shield used by EMTs.
44. New-Skin Liquid Bandage®
America’s #1 liquid bandage. Covers and protects wounds, prevents blisters and calluses. Works even on hard-to-cover areas. Dries to form a tough protective cover that is antiseptic, flexible, waterproof, and lets skin breathe. Known as The Bandage That Stays On®. Good for 50+ applications.
45. Hydrogen Peroxide Wipes
Hydrogen peroxide is an awesome allpurpose disinfectant. Unlike the Clorox wipes mentioned above, these are totally safe to use on the human body. Use these wet wipes to help prevent infection of minor cuts, scrapes and burns. Roll of 40 wipes in a resealable container.
46. Petroleum Jelly
Few skin protectants combine efficacy and safety so well. Four 5g packs.
47. Poison Ivy Wipes
Even if you know these noxious weeds when you see them, you may not realize until too late that you’ve just walked through them. That’s when it’s great to have a postcontact cleanser towelette. Use as soon as possible, up to one hour after contact for best effect. Two individually wrapped wipes.
This hooded lightweight poncho will keep you dry in a pinch. Made of bright colored PVC for high visibility and safety. Stores flat, fits in a shirt pocket.
Stainless steel scalpel, plastic handle, guaranteed sterile. Includes a very sturdy replaceable clear, plastic cover that fits snugly over the blade on all sides. Designed for use in medic bags and U.S. Army IFAKs (Improved First Aid Kit).
A thermoplastic splint is a device used to immobilize, protect and support injuries such as fractures, sprains and strains. Thermoplastic splints differ from traditional plaster casts in that they are lighter, easily molded to fit the body of the individual patient and can be removed for cleaning and patient bathing. Made of a thin core of aluminum alloy between two layers of close-cell foam. This splint can also be used to control massive bleeding.
Essential when you need to check a pulse or an airway, or even to locate a beehive in a wall. If you’ve never used a stethoscope before, stay with me and I’ll tell you how to learn. This lightweight model features an aluminum chestpiece and a non-chill diaphragm rim for patient comfort. Proprietary diaphragm enhances acoustics response by 50% over traditional design. Spare pair of black mushroom eartips included. Inspected and packaged in the USA.
I love any tool that does more than one job and does them well. Here’s insect repellent (20% DEET) plus sunscreen (SPF 25) combined in a single wipe. Made in the USA. Two individually wrapped 8” x 10” wipes.
53. Surgical scissors
Great for cutting bandages or other surgical and first aid uses.
Monofilament nonabsorbable suture, 75 cm. Pre-threaded on a curved stainless steel needle. Later in the message I’ll tell you how to learn the proper technique.
Take a temperature in just 15 seconds with this reusable forehead thermometer.
56. Tissue (TP)
In emergency situations, the first thing pilfered from public accommodations is TP. I’m not taking chances getting caught with my pants down, so to speak. I’ve added two full size TP rolls to every kit. You’ll look like a hero when you produce a hard-to-find roll of this irreplaceable commodity in a pinch!
This can save a limb when seconds matter. Essential for controlling bleeding in a extremity due to injury or in case of emergency surgery. 1” x 18”, in a ziplock bag.
58. First aid tape roll
Great for bandaging smaller areas like fingers and hands. ½” x 5 yd.
59. Triangular Bandage/Sling
When someone injures an arm or shoulder, you’ll need to immobilize the area with a proper sling in order to improve their comfort and minimize the risk of further injury. This is the sling medics prefer -- 40” x 40” x 56” with two safety pins. In a moment I’ll tell you where to get step-by-step instructions.
60. Motorola EMP-Proof Communications System
Communication with loved ones is essential in any emergency, You can’t always count on the cell phone system being up or having a signal. For this critical need, I’ve selected a great pair of 22-channel walkie talkies by electronics leader Motorola. Simple, compact and easy-to-use by the entire family with a range up to 16-miles. Uses both Family Radio Service (FRS) and General Mobile Radio Services (GMRS) frequencies. 8-level digital volume and 1 call tone. Battery save/power save and audible low battery alert. 20 hours estimated battery life (alkaline batteries not included).
ADDED BONUS ITEM -- EMP-proof walkie talkie carrying case
These premium Faraday Cage metalized bags are Ziplock re-sealable and feature a 3 mil transparent metallic film and 4 layer protection consisting of an aluminum shield layer, static dissipative polyethylene, polyester, and a static dissipative coating for ultimate protection of electronic devices. These bags are manufactured to meet or exceed requirements for Military Standards 3010 and 4046 and ANSI/ESD S20.20 for electrostatic shielding of electronic devices.
61. Waterproof Matches
I tossed the entire box in a bowl of water, soaked them for a minute, took them out, shook off excess water, and they fired right up first time, every time. Approximately 40 wooden matches to a pocket-size box.
62. Whistle Combo Tool
6-function tool includes LED light, compass, magnifier, thermometer, signal mirror and whistle along with convenient lanyard and clip. Batteries included.
63. Witch hazel
This time-honored herbal product restores the skin’s natural beauty and balance with a clean so pure it leaves nothing behind. Perfectly clean skin was never so quick and easy. Combines botanical extracts of witch hazel and aloe to clean and refresh by gently lifting dirt, oil and makeup from even sensitive skin. Three individually packaged towelettes.
64. Off-the-Grid Emergency Medical System Backpack
All these items go into one specially designed medical response backpack. Total weight, about 18 lbs. Every kit is packed with care under my personal supervision at my own small office complex. My own desk is down the hall so I can I personally check on every kit assembled and shipped.
So that’s it -- the full list of the commercially available products in my Off-the-Grid Emergency Medical System. (Stay with me, I’ll tell you about the great proprietary products I created and added to the system for even greater medical security in a moment.)
Should you build this yourself?
I only have 3 spare units in stock if you just want to buy one. There are some definite advantages over doing all this by yourself.
For example, you’ll save three ways by making this purchase from me today:
1. You’ll save conservatively 40 hours of your valuable personal time versus sourcing all the commercially available items in the kit yourself;
2. You’ll get in on the volume pricing I obtained by buying all items in lots of twenty dozen (not to mention all the individual shipping charges you’d rack up);
3. And you’ll get my 60 Minute Medic - a listing of free online instructional videos you can watch to learn how to use many of the items in my Off-the Grid Emergency Medical System.
I can probably beat anything you come up with if you do this on your own.
In purchasing many of the items for my personal medical bag, I called the 800 numbers of each supplier or manufacturer. I politely asked for the best price available on quantities of anywhere from one to ten units. Once I had that, I asked for a price for twenty dozen.
This request typically resulted in a silent pause, followed by being put on hold and having my call bumped up to a higher rung on the totem pole.
If you check enough sporting goods stores, big box stores, hardware stores, pharmacies, and all their associated websites, you should eventually find every item, as I did. I’ll warn you though, it is time-consuming!
Bear in mind: one, if you don’t finish the list before the next hurricane/tsunami/pandemic/blackout/grid failure, many items are likely to be sold out.
And two, no matter how much you haggle, matching the prices I got with my bulk purchases may not be realistic. But I wish you good luck in any case, because you really need to get this done.
Now as comprehensive as my medical evacuation kit truly is, I came to realize as I was pulling all this together that certain situations may arise where no commercially available product is going to help. At least none that are readily available to most consumers.
I personally devoted months to compiling and refining this supply list for my family’s medical bug-out bag -- hours of research to find the best products at the best prices without missing anything essential. I’ve given you my very best research today. You can and should build your own Off-the-Grid Emergency Medical System without delay.
Yes, it does take considerable time to locate all items, so I want to get this list into the hands of patriots like you before these supplies are scarce as hen’s teeth in a crisis. That way, your family is protected.
However I am confident you’ll save yourself a lot time and hassle by simply ordering from me today. You can take care of your family’s medical security instantly … plus take advantage of the volume pricing I created for my readers rather than hunt for these items on your own … and get your Survival Kit in a Can plus my 10-report bundle.
Right now I have 3 complete and ready to ship Off-the-Grid Emergency Medical Systems that are not yet spoken for.
Since you’ve done me the courtesy of reading this entire message, I want to do two more things for you. First, I realize that you may need to have the great security my kit provides at more than one location.
So if you need a second or even a third kit -- perhaps for the office, for a second home -- I will take care of the shipping on those additional kits to the same address. You’ll get the same great backpack full of all the same great items, plus a Survival Kit in a Can with each. (If you need an extra set of reports, just ask).
The second reward for showing your strong interest by reading my message today is a brand new report I’ve just created called the 60-Minute Medic. It’s a listing of free online instructional videos you can watch to learn how to use many of the items in my Off-the Grid Emergency Medical System.
See all my steps to become the official “first responder” in my home. It is an amazing feeling when your family knows they can trust you to take care of them in a critical situation.
Taking this first step toward greater medical self-reliance is one of the best things I’ve ever done for myself. Let me help you get this done for your family, too.
I personally wish you all the best in securing your family’s medical security in these unprecedented times! Let me know how your efforts turn out, and if you have any questions, here’s my personal email: [email protected]com.
I’ve gone as far as I can. You can now build your very own MED-ESYSTEM without me. Just so long as you have one is all that counts. How you get it is unimportant.
Just remember that you can take advantage of my excellent units in stock. Three are ready for immediate shipment now. And once they're gone, that's it.
Whatever you decide, please act now. I wish you well no matter what you decide to do. Thanks so much for your time; it is very much appreciated.
Founder and Publisher, Independent Living News
P.S. My entire Off-the-Grid Emergency Medical System has over 343+ components plus a mini survival kit for your family car. There are currently 3 units ready for immediate shipment. Bulk buyers should act immediately to ensure instant delivery. A retail value well over $2,000 if you buy everything separately on your own.
You get the whole system for only $497, which includes assembly, shipping and insurance.
Plus you get my awesome Survival Kit in a Can.
P.P.S. Like most medical laymen, I don’t like the sight of blood. Which is why I include a blood clotting agent in a spray can. Just point at the wound and click the button! (Just in case you are a little squeamish but need to stop someone’s bleeding fast.)
If 9-1-1 is overloaded in an emergency, or can’t respond due to transportation or communications system failures, I want to be able to roll up my sleeves and help.
You’ll learn how to use the blood pressure cuff … how to stitch a wound with the suture … how to recognize a diabetic emergency … and more. Believe me, it will be a great feeling to not only have the supplies you’ll need to care for your loved ones in a medical emergency, but the skills to know how to use them.
My entire Off-the-Grid Emergency Medical System has over 343+ components plus a mini survival kit for your family car. A retail value well over $2,000 if you buy everything separately on your own.
You get the whole system for only $497 which includes assembly, shipping and insurance.
Plus you get my awesome Survival Kit in a Can and my 10-report bundle as my gifts.
Yes, I have shown you how to go out and get all the components your family needs. Take it from me though, it’s very time consuming and you’ll end up paying a lot of individual shipping charges for these 343+ plus items. Or running from store to store to store.
And there is no substitute for my great 60 Minute Medic high-level intelligence briefing. With all the essential inside info you need to establish your family’s medical self-reliance.
Make yourself less vulnerable to medical rationing and a 9-1-1 system that is strained to the max even under “normal” conditions.