Category Archive: Survival Tips

DIY Plunger Clothes Washer

Unfortunately, during your escape from a riot situation or some other form of social collapse, you will find that washing clothes will be far more difficult than expected. If you don’t have a lot of money in your budget, this simple 5 gallon washing machine may be ideal for your needs. Parts: 1 plunger 2 – …

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5 Tarp Shelter Setups With a 3m ×3m Tarp

Here are a few different tarp shelter setups for a 3×3 tarp for more luxurious bivvying. Featuring the DD 3×3 tarp.

Could You Do it?… Eating Reptiles, Amphibians and Insects

Eating various critters in the wild is a great way to enhance protein and nutrient intake. However, there are also some drawbacks to consider as you are hunting for your next non-traditional dinner.   Let’s examine the benefits and concerns that exist so that you can maximize this opportunity while reducing health risks. The Bad Snakes, lizards, …

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How to Make a Glass That Predicts the Weather

Did you know that some of the most famous explorers used a very rudimentary tool to make generalized weather predictions? This storm glass was a popular option to other forms of early weather equipment due to its reliability and affordability. You can also make one out of some basic material and have the ability to get …

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Bleach or Purification Tablets– Which is the Best Option?

Using chlorinated bleach or purification tablets are two of the most common ways to purify water. Both are effective options and tablets or bleach can be stored for a long period of time. However, there are some differences between the two products that can influence the .taste and quality of the water. Let’s compare both options …

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Herbal Remedies that Have Been Providing Relief for Centuries

There are plenty of plants all around us that have all kinds of medicinal benefits, and some of them can actually be more-effective than certain pharmaceuticals.  In fact, a lot of the medications that we take have been synthesized from plants to begin with.  Let’s look at a few examples of common medicinal plants that …

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End a Fight in 3 Seconds | Krav Maga

Ending a fight efficiently with minimal engagement with the subject allowing for a rapid exit is ideal. In this Krav Maga video, Ryan Hoover breaks down the rear naked choke in a street fight scenario where violence is imminent. The idea is to rapidly shut down the carotid arteries restricting blood flow to the brain. If …

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Making Ghee Butter For Long Term Storage

Ghee butter got its start in Asia ages ago as a way to preserve butter for long term use.  It can be stored without the need for refrigeration, and some ghee products are purported to have a shelf life of more than a hundred years.  While there is a lot of disagreement over actual shelf life, …

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The Benefits of Carbon or Charcoal for Digestive Problems

Carbon or charcoal tablets has been viewed as a remedy of choice around the world for centuries. This safe, simple and abundant powder is well known for its ability to soothe or treat a host of ailments and conditions.  They are particularly useful when dealing with digestive problems, certain forms of poisoning as well as …

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Home Remedies That Can Relieve Asthma Symptoms

There are lots of natural treatments that can help to relieve the symptoms of an asthma attack. Good remedies are not hard to find, easy to put together and can fill in an important role if an attack occurs but inhalers or prescription medications are not available. Here are a few remedies that have some basis …

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