Sometimes you need emergency electrolytes to replenish lost fluids. You can use these on both humans and animals.
Times when supplemental electrolytes are needed:
During sickness — fever, diarrhea, vomiting
During heavy work or exercise
During heat — heat exhaustion, sun stroke
This is not a remedy to take the place of a medical or veterinarian call, but for you to have on hand in an emergency.
1 litre (quart) of potable water
1/4 tsp. baking soda
1/4 tsp. sea salt, Celtic salt or Himalayan salt
1 tsp. maple syrup or sugar
Mix ingredients together and put in glass bottle for fluid replenishment. May be fed to baby animals or children, too.
Keep this recipe on hand. You never know when you may need it. I keep a copy on my fridge because when I have an emergency I won’t have time to look for it.
What other things do you prepare for emergency situations? Do you have a preparedness list? What’s on your list? Leave a comment to help our readers.
Some books that you might find helpful in your quest to be prepared.
Emergency Food Storage & Survival Handbook: Everything You Need to Know to Keep Your Family Safe in a Crisis
Making the Best of Basics Family Preparedness HandbookPrint
A simple electrolyte supplement to help counteract summer heat.
- Prep Time: 10 minutes
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- Total Time: 10 minutes
- Yield: 1 quart
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- Mix ingredients together and put in glass bottle for fluid replenishment.
May be fed to baby animals or children, too.