I’ve read a few articles now recently on the shortage of cold and flu products on the shelves of pharmacies. I can think of at least 2 dozen ways to combat colds or flu, and none of them involve the chemicals missing on these shelves. And there’s no shortage .
Perhaps you’ve recently stumbled across my page or this might be the first time you’ve ever thought about something outside of using “itchy, sneezy, stuffy head so you can rest medicine” from the pharmacy.
Perhaps you are a little dubious.
If the shelves are a little barren, this might be the time to learn a new trick or two. Self reliance is becoming more and more important, as is being part of a community that teaches others how to be self reliant too.
My dad gave me some great advice. This is one of his nuggets…..The best time to learn to change a tire is not when the tire is flat. The best time to change a tire, is when you have time to learn how to change a tire. Come kick some tires with me.
(Photo credit: Epoch Times article 12/24/2022… Edmonton, Canada – December 9, 2022: Empty shelves in a Walmart pharmacy due to supply shortages of cold, cough, and flu medication and increased demand due to seasonal illnesses. (Jenari/Shutterstock) )