The Method of the day for Survivalists:
Hi… Jason here and so important is water to your survival that I have another water purifying tip for you …
Even if you are lucky enough to find a stream or river, there’s no knowing what pollutants might be in the water.
So take a sock and fill the bottom with charcoal (always save charcoal from your fire).
Follow this with a layer of sand and finally a tightly packed layer of grass.
Hang the sock over a clean container and the water that drips out will taste sweeter and be safer than drinking straight out of the stream.
In a disaster you cannot rely on receiving the normal supplies of pharmaceutical products.
Not that might be such a tragedy, because these drugs cost you a great deal and – as even the pharmaceutical companies themselves admit – many have unwanted, sometimes nasty, side effects.
So many survivalists are thinking that going back to more traditional ways of treating ailments, using natural herbs and plants,` might be better.
After all, many pharmaceuticals are merely synthetic versions of natural remedies. For example, Aspirin® is a synthetic version of willow bark, which has been used for centuries for pain relief.
What’s more these natural, gentler remedies have far less side effects (if at all) and above all – they’re free and will still be available in times of crisis!.
So click here now and be amazed how the plants you see every day are actually powerful remedies for all manner of ailments.
P.S. In my next email I’ll reveal four types of food you should be able to find in most parts of the planet to survive on. And the best bit is you might even be able to enjoy a cup of ‘survival coffee’.
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