As too many of us are complacent and do not take serious the warnings and indicators of the coming collapse✶, we'll be sharing the Seer's expertise on getting prepared, in the coming weeks and months. ~Rogier
Some much overlooked supplies to keep on hand, are:
- Cornstarch. Uses (beside its culinary use to thicken gravies):
To apply to burns, to sprinkle in shoes to keep odor producing moisture dry, as baby powder in baby's diaper.
- Bicarbonate of soda. Uses (besides being a raising agent in baking):
To deodorize flasks and bottles, to brush your teeth by dipping your toothbrush in it, deodorize smelly shoes. A teaspoonful in a glass of water is a good antacid. Wear the same pair of shoes every other day to let them air out in between. Laundry anti-static sheets stuffed in shoes overnight, also absorbs odor.
- Extra sea salt. Always use sea salt. It's much healthier and you need to use less to salt your food. Uses:
A teaspoon of salt in a cup of warm water can effectively treat sore throats when you gargle with it. Soaking in saltwater (don't get it in your hair) helps remove density. A little pot of salt n the corners of your room or sprinkled around the room or on window sills, repels ghosts, poltergeists, etc. Combined with cleaning vinegar, it can be poured down drains to unblock and deodorize them.
The book, How to Raise an Exceptional Child, has many home remedies and as well as what to have in your medicine cupboard.
The Seer Almine
✶The Seer has spoken of this many, many times throughout the years, but her latest message on the subject was: Digital Blackout.