Fast Track Survival Medicines

Powerful, Natural, User-Friendly Solutions for Medical Preparedness

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If you’ve ever looked into going beyond the basic first-aid kit for your medical preparedness, chances are you’ve come across long lists of all the survival medicines you’re supposed to have.  If you’ve ever taken the time to go shopping for all those medicines, then you’ve seen how quickly a bottle of this, a tube of that, add up in price!

Not only that, but so many of the creams, salves, and pills are manufactured with synthetic and potentially toxic ingredients.

Learn how to replace ~50 recommended survival medicines with TWO natural and super-concentrated therapeutic-grade essential oils in my Free Report  “Fast Track Survival Medicines”.

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Learn how to use these two essential oils for such injuries & conditions as:

  • Bleeding, infection prevention, & scar prevention,
  • Pain including from injuries such as sprains, strains, & headaches,
  • Congestion, cough, & fever,
  • Diarrhea, constipation, vomiting, heartburn, & indigestion,
  • Stings/bites from insects, animals, & snakes,
  • Poison ivy, poison oak, rashes, & fungal infections,
  • Motion sickness,
  • Allergies,
  • And More.

PLUS they are easy to use, safe for children, babies, animals, and the elderly, don’t expire, and are maximally portable …


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DisasterMOM.com September 15, 2012 at 10:18 pm

I would love to see this report. I am very curious since I a strong believer in natural means. Thanks, DisasterMOM

Gina Johnson September 22, 2012 at 1:34 am

I’m interested in the free report “Fast Track Survival Medicines”

Thank you!!

Shane October 14, 2012 at 6:20 am

Thanks so much for this guide. This is one prepping practice we come up short on, and this is just the kick in the butt I need to get on this.

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