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Take a soda or beer can. Cut it down the side. Then cut along the bottom. Do it along the top of the cut as well. Should be in the shape of an “I”. Open the “doors”. Stuff in your tinder and kindling. Light it up. To get a nice, portable, windproof flame. That can […]
Being in the bush can leave your hands pretty dirty, grimy and bacteria-infested.So the prospect of using them to shovel food into your mouth isn’t all that appetizing. Instead, quickly make a set of bacteria-free chopsticks. Simply split a stick down the middle. Holding it in place with a twig or rock. And you’ve got […]
Use a plastic bottle to purify your water. Hack it in half, and place it on the edge of your fire.As long as there’s water inside, the bottle won’t melt.CAUTION: Only use this as a last resort. As this will cause carcinogens (cancer-causing chemicals) to be released into your water.
Consider adding a small birthday candle into your survival kit. If your fire situation is looking grim.Like a lighter low on fuel, or you’re down to your last match.You can transfer your flame over to a candle, giving you a lot more time. Even better, those party trick candles where people can’t blow them out […]
To make the tea, brew the fresh petals, root, and young leaves. Great for cleansing your digestive tract, liver and kidneys.As well as anti-inflammatory, antioxidants and a good dose of vitamins.
Cramp balls AKA coal fungus is easily identified based on its charcoal-like appearance. You’ll find it attached to dead, fallen trees. Simply snap it off the tree. Throw sparks at it with your ignition source. Easily catching an ember.
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