A human cannot live for an extended period of time without water. Water is an essential resource for survival. If you can find water out there in the wild or anywhere else, good, but how good is the water? Is it free from bacteria or pathogens that could, indeed, make your situation worse?
Plants can provide for a large array of needs. They are found in the wilderness, where they are most commonly abundant, in the desert, on islands and isles and etc. Their uses range from food to medicine to even water.
Earlier we discussed about the plant survival basics. In this post we are going to discuss the edibility of plants or plant food survival for survival situations.
Once we know how to build a fire, supposedly, we only then need to learn how to start a fire. This is our topic of discussion in this read. For methods of fire-starting, we have modern methods that use modern devices and primitive method that work more on improvisation. The former we will give more attention to today.
For some context, we discussed the fire survival basics over here. In this post we are going to discuss ways generally for how to build a fire. To shortly recap our fire survival basics post, a fire runs mainly on three things: air (oxygen), fuel, and heat.