Facebook Twitter Pinterest Surviving a disaster is a tough game. Apart from ensuring your safety, you also need to make sure that there’s enough food for you to make it through. But just how much food can we consider enough? In a day, you need at least 1,200 calories worth of food and one gallon… Continue reading How Much Food Do You Need Just to Survive?
Facebook Twitter Pinterest Grey water refers to wastewater that’s been drained from your washing machines, showers, and sinks. It contains bits of grease, dirt, and food, making it look ‘dirty’ and ‘unsafe’. If you’re trying to grow plants from your garden, you may end up thinking twice about using it. Grey water is generally safe… Continue reading Is Grey Water Good for Plants? Here’s What You Should Know
Facebook Twitter Pinterest Activated charcoal has a highly absorbent nature. It’s one good reason why some people use it for emergency treatment for specific types of poisoning. It prevents toxins from being absorbed by the stomach, making it one of the best cleansers available. Activated charcoal does not have an expiration date. However, it can… Continue reading Does Activated Charcoal Expire? How Long Does It Last?
Facebook Twitter Pinterest When you think of lighters, the first that comes to mind are the classic lighters you see in black and white movies. Yes, those are zippo-type lighters. A disposable BIC lighter may also cross your mind. In reality, there’s a wide variety of lighters and each one works in a special way.… Continue reading The 10 Types of Lighters |Pros, Cons, And Uses
Facebook Twitter Pinterest Trapping is one of the best ways to find a food source when you are off the grid or in a survival situation. It helps ensure that you have enough protein to overcome extreme conditions. A deadfall trap consists of a weight (a flat rock or log) neatly placed on a trigger… Continue reading Deadfall Trap 101: Types, Applications, and More