Bite B Gone | Bug Bite Treatment & Relief

Limited Time Only: $9.95
INSTANT ITCH RELIEF only takes a few seconds to relieve itch from mosquito, spider, bee, wasp, or bug bite.

PREVENTS INFECTIONS by using our proven formula to eradicate poisons, toxins, and bad bacteria.

100% MONEY BACK GUARANTEE ensures this will quickly become your favorite no-risk purchase.
Learn More Here!

 

How Important is Water Storage & Purification to You?

It should be every prepper's #1 priority & vital concern! The $20 Solution!



Thank you for watching my video, I really hope you have enjoyed it. If you have please press like and it would mean the world to me if you would subscribe, also …
Prepper Burn Treatment

ION: Burn Treatment is an effective pain killer and disinfectant. It is a non-toxic formula of stabilized oxygen molecules in a solution of sodium chloride carbonate and sulfate with glycerin. It works effectively on 1st, 2nd, and 3rd-degree burns.

On Sale Now for only $12.50 - Limited Time Only!

25 replies
  1. Avatar
    Kristy Risner says:

    Thanks for the tips! I'm thinking it won't be long here and they will have a mandatory stay at home. Everything is shutting down. I'm going to go through my fridge and try to purchase a whole chicken. Thanks away and stay safe!

    Reply
  2. Avatar
    Anrol 79 says:

    Omg Lilliana … Thank you for the freezing milk in cubes this is going to be so helpful I am the only one in the house that uses cows mlk in tea so this top will be so useful

    Reply
  3. Avatar
    Katcocat says:

    Great vlog. I love lentil soup. A dollop of cream at the end makes it a special treat. Also, one part celery, one part carrots and two parts onion is a fantastic basis for any soup or stew. Take root veggies out of the plastic bags and store them in a cardboard box or a basket in a cold dark place and they can last months. "Prepper" blogs on YouTube are a great source of info on how to store food. Keep up the good work and stay safe xxx

    Reply
  4. Avatar
    Marilyn Casas says:

    Hello Liliana! Soup looks delicious, Nice to see you doing well. Even though we are all in our Homes taking care of each other this is the time to enjoy each other, to play games, watch movies and have a warm bowl of soup. Love you all take care and love each other and let's not forget Ethel!

    Reply
  5. Avatar
    1MSWILLIE says:

    YOU CHEER US ALL UP WITH YOUR BEAUTIFUL FACE. LENTILS ARE ONE OF MY FAVORITE THINGS. CAN'T WAIT TO MAKE SOME SOUP. GOD BLESS YOU AND YOUR PRECIOUS FAMILY. MUCH LOVE FROM AMERICA.

    Reply
  6. Avatar
    Lori Martin says:

    Thank you for the video; great tips and now I want soup! I prefer brown lentils – will batch cook a bag and then freeze in individual bags. I know some people that keep a large freezer bag of vegetable scraps and the chicken bones in another freezer bag. When the bags are full, take out of the freezer and make a large pot of chicken stock in the slow cooker. The broth can then be frozen in freezer bags.

    Reply
  7. Avatar
    Kathy Masci says:

    Hi Liliana. Just wanted to let you know, while we are here in Florida at our son’s my husband got sick, ended up having a 5 valve bypass. He is getting better each day, thank God. With this coved virus, the hospital discharged him a few days early, because of the danger of lockdown. Thank God they did, I am taking care of him. Even the dr visits are now on a video call! All is shut down here as well! Take care of yourself and your family. Great video, and I will be back soon!

    Reply

Leave a Reply

Want to join the discussion?
Feel free to contribute!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *