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Update: September 2018

ETS: The Emergency Solution

Use ETS to support you, your family and animals
during severe weather and disasters.

"Florence" is officially a Category 4 hurricane picking up momentum in the Atlantic, headed for the eastern U.S. coast. Evacuations were already ordered in the Carolinas. And there are two more storms churning up after this one.

Do you know where your Disaster Go Bag is? Does it still have enough ETS in it for you and your family? (And enough ETS for Animals for your pets?)

Even if you aren't in the path of this storm, read and print this email now. Keep it with your Disaster Bag. When you're in the midst of an emergency, you won't have time to search for this information.

Take ETS for Humans 3 to 5 times a day if you:

ETS for Humans and EoP Infusion Pump
  • have been affected by severe storms, flooding, tornadoes, lightning, fires and other disasters.

  • receive news of an impending severe weather event in your area.

  • have been ordered to evacuate your home.

  • have loved ones with homes in areas affected by severe weather.

  • are a first responder preparing for or already working in service, rescue and recovery efforts.

And, keep your EoP Infusion Pump in your pocket!

As soon as possible before, during and after a disaster:
Take one dropperful of ETS for Humans, and then give a dropperful to anyone else who is with you, adult or child. (Give one dropperful of ETS for Animals to your pets.)

Disaster Bag If you may have to relocate / evacuate:
Gather your bottles of ETS for Humans (and ETS for Animals for your pets) right now, put them in a bag and hang the bag on the knob of your front door. That way, you will remember to take this vital support for you and your family with you when you go.

If you are sheltering in place:
Take one dropperful of ETS for Humans right away. Keep your ETS with you as you ride out the storm.

During disaster aftermath and clean-up:
Take ETS for Humans 5 times daily. One time first thing in the mornings, one time in the evenings before going to sleep, and three more times throughout the day.

Don't forget your animals:
Give them ETS for Animals 3 times daily (one dropperful per dose) until their lives settle back down.

If you're a first responder working in areas impacted by a disaster:
If you need more ETS before you leave, either for yourself or to have available for the people you're helping, let us know right away. We may be able to assist with our Crisis ETS Service. Call our Order Line at 1-800-960-8806.

And remember, all military and emergency personnel including police, fire and rescue, EMT and emergency medical staff qualify for 25% off Perelandra Solutions and Essences for personal use.

If you have friends or family in the affected areas:
Remind your loved ones to take their ETS for Humans if they have it.

A note from Machaelle:
You cannot underestimate the effects of a disaster on you mentally and emotionally, even when you're not in the middle of it. Your concern for others whether they're family or not, your worries while keeping up with what's happening . . . All of these types of things weigh you down. I am not saying that you shouldn't do these things. I'm saying that ETS allows you to do them without becoming dysfunctional at the same time.

One more practical note:
Our local electric company sent out a simple checklist today. If you're overwhelmed by pages of disaster prep guides and info-graphics, this checklist is an easy way to think about and prepare what you'll need in addition to your ETS Disaster Bag: