Critical items you ‘Need’ to Survive an Adventure,  How To's

How to make Water Safe 

Ensuring Access to Pure Water Enhances Life and Offers Extraordinary Advantages

  • Detoxifies our body’s
  • Aids digestion
  • Promote clearer skin
  • Boosts general health
  • Strengthens the immune system

Making Water Safe

  • Purification Tablets, decontaminates water making it safe to drink.
  • Convenient to use – just drop into water, it dissolves – wait an hour
  • Recommend boiling, as this will remove any chlorine aftertaste.
  • Destroys water-borne diseases (Cholera, dysentery, typhoid, polio, diarrhoea and more).
  • Kills bacteria, bacterial spores, cysts, algae, fungi, protozoa and virus and are especially lethal to an anaerobic parasitic (Entamoeba Histolytica).
  • One tablet purifies a litre of water
  • Ideal for NGO’s humanitarian aid projects.
  • Handy for communities and school in rural areas
  • For trekkers, backpackers and campers, tablets are light-weight, easy for carrying.

Clean Water – Additional Benefits

  • Detoxifies our body’s
  • Aids digestion
  • Promote clearer skin
  • Boosts general health
  • Strengthens the immune system

 

Survivalist Tips on… Finding ‘Clean’ Water is Essential

  • Collect Rain water
  • Melted Snow and ice
  • Dew, use clothing or similar to soak it up
  • Dig a hole near trees like the ash, the alder, cottonwood, willow and the poplar; wait for water to collect in the hole.
  • Boil water found in puddles, ponds or streams as the safest way to kill off any germs and parasites. 

Running water and groundwater are the most common water sources in the wild; the faster the water is flowing, the better

**Don’t eat or drink anything unless you know it’s safe**

An average person can survive up to 3 Days without Water !!!

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