Howdy… Jason here and here’s a tip direct from the elite British special force, the SAS.
Trees and bushes work by constantly losing water to the atmosphere, in a process called ‘transpiration’. This creates a vacuum within the plant which then sucks up more water and nutrients from the soil via the roots.
So, by throwing a plastic sheet – or even a large plastic bag – over the bush or branch of a tree with plenty of leaves on, you can trap the water as it evaporates.
Then by adding a small weight, like a stone, at the bottom of the bag you can drip-feed the water into a container.
Coming from this source, you can be assured the water is totally clean and fit to drink.
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It is a saw, knife, bottle opener, 4 position wrench plus eight more functions all crafted from a single piece of high quality stainless steel the size of a credit card so it fits into your wallet.
And the best bit is – it’s FREE while stocks last.
So grab it right away before all the stock is exhausted.
P.S. Be sure to look out for my next email, because I’ll reveal a simple way to soothe the pain from bug bites.
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