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Update: June 2020

Your ETS Disaster Bag

ETS Disaster Zip Bag

Don't wait for disaster to hit.

If the pandemic wasn't disaster enough — it's hurricane season. It started early this year, and so far experts are expecting there to be a higher than average number of storms (again).

Extreme, disastrous weather events are part of our new global reality. And sometimes disasters hit close to home, for non-weather-related reasons.

Tornado. Flood. Earthquake. Wildfire. House fire. Ruptured gas line. It's not just a hurricane that can come "out of nowhere" and require you to leave your house quickly. Doing just a little prep ahead of time will make an emergency event less harrowing and more manageable.

In a disaster we need simplicity. That's where the ETS Disaster Bag comes in.

From Machaelle: I'm thinking about the unthinkable in a different way and I'm hoping you'll join me. Instead of trying to do something from the back end of a disaster, I'd like to encourage everyone to respond from the front end instead. When dealing with a disaster, here's the easiest, most important and helpful thing Perelandra has to immediately offer to you: ETS. Taking ETS keeps us up and functioning during these times. It enables us to think and respond in ways that are useful when it comes to protecting ourselves and our families. It enables us to deal with the post-disaster problems: finding food, water and shelter; looking for family photos and belongings; dealing with government agencies and insurance companies; death and funerals; and the challenges of reorganizing and restructuring our lives.

Hang your ETS Disaster Bag on your door.

  • Have your bag(s) ready now, so if you need to evacuate you can grab the bag on your way out.

  • Include enough ETS for Humans for everyone in your family, and a bottle of ETS for Animals for your pets.

As soon as possible before, during and after a disaster: Take one dropperful of ETS and then give a dropperful to anyone else who is with you — adult, child or animal. (When ordering ETS for Humans, you can request a quick-reference card to include in your "go" bag that gives the dosages for everyone.)

During disaster aftermath, take ETS 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. By the way, one 2-oz. bottle of ETS taken 5 times daily should last about 3 weeks.

Expanding Your Disaster Bag

  • If you have any extra EoP Infusion Pumps, keep them in the bag.

  • Include the Most Important Daily Solutions in your bag. A 2-oz. bottle of each — Virus, Immune, Lymphatic and Respiratory — will last you about 2 months. The smaller 1/2-oz. bottles will last about 2 weeks. (You can also request quick-reference instruction cards for these Solutions with your order.)

  • If you're in a flood zone, consider including the Bacteria Solution as well.

Check your Disaster Bag. Are you missing anything?

Get your ETS Disaster Bag ready now, so all you have to do when facing a disaster is focus on the safety of your family and home. If you need anything, order it right away.

If you're in an area that's recently been hit (and can receive deliveries) or expecting something soon, let us know when you order. We will prioritize your order to get your bottles to you as quickly as possible.

Being prepared can make all the difference. Don't wait.


Preparing Your ETS Disaster Bag

  • The Perelandra Zip Bag will easily hold five 2-oz. bottles and five 1/2-oz. bottles.

  • Take the shrink bands off the bottles when they arrive. Shrink bands are annoying during the best of times. Don't make yourself have to deal with a damn shrink band while you're trying to survive a disaster.

  • If you can, include a couple of extra 1/2-oz. bottles of ETS to give to your neighbors. Note: With our "$&!##%" times policy offer, you will receive a free 1/2-oz. bottle of ETS for Humans with each 2-oz. bottle of ETS for Humans you buy.

  • Don't forget your animals. Add a bottle of ETS for Animals to your bag. Give them one dose (a dropperful) three times throughout each day until their lives settle back down.

  • Your ETS Disaster Bag is hanging there in case of a disaster. You will need to replace any bottles you take out of the bag for "non-disaster problems" right away so you're not picking up an empty tote as you are running out the door. The best thing is to have on hand other bottles of ETS to use for the "normal" problems we deal with in life so you won't have to reach into your tote.

If you use ETS in vinegar, check your droppers for drying, cracking or softening periodically (once a month if your home is not climate controlled). The rubber dropper breaks down more quickly with the vinegar preservative. Change out the ETS bottles in your Disaster Bag with new ones every 6 months, or whenever your see any signs of dropper deterioration.

If you use brandy preservative, your droppers should hold up longer. Change the bottles in your Disaster Bag once a year.

More about using ETS before, during and after severe weather and disasters.


This simple checklist from our local electric company is an easy way to think about and prepare what you will need in addition to your ETS Disaster Bag: Storm Prep Checklist

And this checklist from the American Red Cross will help you put together an emergency kit that includes added pandemic safety supplies for protection and social distancing or separation: What do you need in a survival kit?