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Today’s survival tip is simple but also crucial to one’s survival during any kind of emergency: How to disinfect contaminated water. There are several methods available, and today we deal with the most common. Please note today’s tips are mostly for urban use and assume some access to amenities.
While camping and hiking might be fun, the outdoors is filled with various types of insects. They range in all shapes and sizes, and while most are merely annoying, some are dangerous, and others are downright lethal. Here we will discuss how to deal with any creepy crawlies you might encounter and how to treat bites and stings.
It's your worst nightmare. A friend, a family member, or a stranger has fallen prey to a terrible accident. The wound is gushing with blood, and you have no idea what to do beyond the basic method of covering the injury and putting pressure on it. Still, you jump into action, grab whatever you have at hand, and try to control the bleeding. It slows, but it doesn't stop. Or even worse, it's not slowing at all. The ambulance is on its way, but will it arrive in time to save the patient's life?
While the human body is capable of performing amazing feats, it needs energy to function, and that means food. While it’s easy enough to find food in a city teeming with shops and grocery stores, the same can’t be said of the wilderness. Especially if you’re a rookie. And taking a chance on some innocent-looking roots and berries could very well mean the end of you. Hopefully, this article can teach you the basics of finding enough food to keep you going until you make it back to civilization.
Everyone should have a bug-out bag close at hand. Think of it as a type of insurance against emergencies, disasters, or even an accident. They’re meant to carry everything you would need to survive for a few days or even weeks... Trapped by the side of the road with no help in sight? Stranded without electricity or running water after a hurricane or tornado? What about bush-fires, blizzards, flooding, or even flesh-eating zombies? Don’t worry. Your bug-out bag’s got you covered.
This 5-in-1 camping kid includes an air pump, mosquito repellent, lanterns, coffee bean grinder, and an auxiliary battery.