Your Key To Survival after TEOTWAWKI

review survival mdThis is one of the newest “prepper informational type products” that I’ve been seeing advertised all over prepper blogs and websites, but as we all know just because a product is being promoted heavily doesn’t mean that it’s any good.

What exactly is Survival MD. you ask, well it’s a downloadable eBook (I also ordered a physical paper copy as I do with any of these products when it’s an available option) with 206 pages of information about medical preparedness.

Medical preparedness is one area where many otherwise great survival plans fall short, with most people thinking it’s too complicated or time-consuming so they, concentration their efforts on more the more “exciting” aspects of prepping like firearms, bug out bags, and outdoor survival skills.

This is a mistake because without your health and that of your family and team you’re pretty much doomed to failure before you start. Maintaining good health and knowing what to do in a health emergency, should be one of your top priorities as a real dedicated prepper… you are a real prepper aren’t you?

I suggest that at least one member of your family or team take and complete an EMT course, but it’s even better if the whole family or team can do this. There is nothing like hands-on learning, of skills, especially medical and emergency treatment.

But it’s amazing what you can learn from reading and independent study and that’s where programs like Survival MD. come into play. Also don’t overlooks books like “Where There is No Doctor, Where There is No Dentist, and The Survival Medicine Handbook.

So what’s included in Survival MD.? Chapters include – 1. Why Prevention and Practice Make Sense, 2. Specific Disease Preparedness, 3. Dental Preparedness, 4. Preparedness for Women: Sanitation and Hygiene, 5. List of Medications to Stockpile, 6. Buying Medical Response Kits, 7. Alternative Medicine, 8. Preparing for First Aid, 9. Emergency Sanitation, 10. What To Do When There Is No Doctor Around, 11. Medical Emergency Protocol, 12. Understanding CPR, 13. Common Illnesses in a Crisis, 14. Non-traumatic Illnesses, 15. Infectious Diseases, 16. Climate Specific Diseases, 17. How to Survive Without Prescription, 18. Prepper’s Medical Reading List…

Each chapter and topic is covered in great detail including illustrations, with subheads and topics like; The Most Valuable Tool, Respiratory System Diseases, Digestive System Diseases, Recurrent Urinary Tract Infections, Natural Dental Remedies, The Response Pack, Herbal Medicine, Elements of a Comprehensive First Aid Kit, Simple and Effective First Aid Techniques that You Need to Learn, Treatment of a Bullet Wound, Making Homemade Hand Sanitizer, How to Recognize the Signs of Medical Distress, How to Perform a Body Check, Self-Diagnosis, Top Five Injuries during a Crisis, Stop Bleeding Now, Types of Trauma, When Your Internal Organs Cry For Help, Foodborne, Waterborne and Airborne Infections and Diseases, Top 5 Infections in a Disaster or Crisis, just to name a few.

Survival MD. is both well written, and professionally put together and would be a great study asset now for your family or group and a great addition to your medical library and aid after a disaster, when a medical emergency is almost guaranteed  to happen.

There is also a great free bonus product that comes with Survival MD. entitled “How to Live Without Prescription Medications” this is something that’s not covered in most survival orientated medical health books and will be a great asset for those currently on prescription meds like pain killers and anti-inflammatories, statins, blood pressure meds and meds for Type-2 Diabetes.

This one 35 page report is worth the complete price of the Survival MD. program and is a must if you have any of the above-mentioned health issues and are taking prescription medications as a result. Always seek the advice of your doctor when possible, before going off your meds, but remember this report was written to help those on these prescriptions to stay alive after a disaster where getting to their doctor might be impossible for long periods of time, or even indefinitely…

The list price for this product is $37 but we can get it for $22 thanks to a little trick that I learned from “Jumbo” in the comments of my recent review of Backyard Liberty – The Smart Easy Way To Food Independence… This isn’t cheating or stealing because the vendor has added this feature himself as a special offer…

The secret to these types of sales is to stop the video and try to close the window… It will pop up a “are you sure you want to close this window” screen, click to stay on the page and then instead of a video you’ll get everything in text/web format. If you buy from here it will be $37….

But, if you try to close the window again, and see the “are you sure you want to close this window” screen, click to stay on the page and then you’ll get the special price of $22…

Well folks, that’s my thoughts on Survival MD. – it’s recommended from here and well worth the $22 price tag to help ensure your medical survival and health after a disaster.

About M.D. Creekmore

M.D. Creekmore is the owner and editor of TheSurvivalistBlog.net. He is the author of four prepper related books and is regarded as one of the nations top survival and emergency preparedness experts. Read more about him here.

Comments

  1. I bought this about a month ago, and think it’s a must for any real prepper. I don’t think that there are many real preppers out there most just play prepping. One of the best survival medical type books available that covers everything.

    • “Play preppers” are still ahead of the sheeple. Please don’t run people down because they aren’t at the same level of preparedness as others. We want to encourage people to become better prepared rather than make them feel as if their efforts, no matter what size, don’t add up to anything.

  2. Good review M.D. just ordered it and it looks great. Thanks for the work that you do.

  3. Looks good; better for us that the aquaponics, at least for now.

    Glad to see the addition of the prescription meds bonus.

    Guess this will got on the list.

  4. Great review. I went ahead and got the digital and hardback for my library. Clear, concise medical training manuals for the lay person are hard to find.

    Years ago, I found a copy of the CDC’s VHF (ebola) manual used by the USA medical staff during one of the outbreaks in Africa. It showed how to build a medical clinic, how to make bandages, how to sterilize, etc. This book reminds me of that, but much more functional information than can help in a medical crisis. I am really looking forward to studying it and the meds bonus book that came with the order. Thanks for sharing it!

    • Prepared Andy says:

      Good review, MD. I ordered a copy of the ebook. This is the sort of practical information that will be hard to find after the SHTF.

  5. Survival MD is an excellent addition to a preppers library.

    Another reference book that each Prepper should have is a “PDR” (Physicians Desk Reference). This is a comprehensive compendium of drugs showing all of the data about each one. Physicians routinely purchase the latest edition and dispose of their older copy. A new edition is issued about every two years or so and cost anywhere from $50 – $100. Many times these books are available free just for the asking. Amazon sells these books (new and used). Now, why would this drug reference book be useful to us? In a post SHTF world the probability is that we’ll be scrounging for a lot of things ……… medicines included. With a reference to guide us, we will be able to determine what a medicine/drug is used for, how it is used, what the side effects are, what the dangers are, etc.

  6. wait! – before I actually buy this- will it have what medications are useful for that you actually can stock up on – like if I were to order fishicllian or any of the vet meds- that I could get OTC- from the pet store. I’d love to see a book actually give out that info –
    remind people that some meds are deadly if stored over time-

    I’ve picked up where there is no Dr/ and Dentist- along with the SF medical hand book -my wife and I have also used saved funds to purchase medical supplies (some jobs allow for yearly allowance of funds towards meds, supplies).

    Fitzy – (cold in Pa)

    • The book “the survival medicine handbook” by Joseph Alton, M.D. & Amy Alton has a section on the use of Fish antibiotics for people. THis book is also highly recommended for preppers.

  7. This sounds like an excellent resources, but I already have DIY Medicine by Benson, & THe Doom & Gloom survival Medicine Handbook, by alton & alton (also an MD & ARNP). Glancing thru the table of contents, they look quite similar to Survival MD. So I’m going to pass on this one. However, in a year or 2, if I can get a cheaper used copy, I may get it then. Have just limited $$ to spend on medical info & still afford actual med supplies, etc etc.

  8. Looks like the $22 special doesn’t work anymore?

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