Here’s a Recipe for
Emergency Baby Formula:
1/3 cup plus 2 Tbsp. Instant Powdered Milk
1/4 cup Non Instant Powdered Milk
1 1/2 cup Boiled Water
1 Tbsp. Oil
2 tsp. Sugar
Mix Powdered milk and water together.
Add oil and sugar.
If baby bottles are not available,
milk can be spoon fed to an infant.
Here’s a Recipe for Soy Milk Formula:
Soy milk is a good substitute for any one that is allergic
to cow’s milk.
Soak 2 cups Soybeans for 12 hours.
Change the water frequently.
Grind soaked, raw beans with a fine blade in a food grinder.
Add 6 cups water to the beans in a large pan.
Cook until foamy for 1 hour.
Put through a blender, then strain through a cheesecloth.
Emergency Baby Food:
3/4 cup Cereal Grain
1/4 cup Beans
Boil until soft, then press through a sieve.
Boil again to insure that it is bacteria free.
This will provide good protein and iron, as well as calories.
This can be fed to infants under 6 months if adequate milk is not
available, but it must be pureed to a fine texture.
Diaper Rash Reliever:
2 Tbsp. Powdered Chamomile Flowers
1/4 cup Cornstarch
Add cornstarch and FINELY powdered chamomile
to a container with a shaker top.
Cover, and shake it into a mix.
At every diaper changing, shake the mixture on baby’s bottom
until evenly dusted with a thin coating.
If rash persists, dab garlic oil onto rash areas.
It might be stinky . . . but I hear it works!
Here’s a List of the Basics
You Should Have On Hand:
Diaper Rash Ointment
A Few Extra Outfits
You Might Also Think of Including:
Medicine for Fever Relief
A Bulb Syringe
A Few Toys
Keep these items in an extra diaper bag or duffel bag.