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    How to Make Aspirin if You're Lost in the Woods. If you ever find yourself lost in the woods and in need of pain relief, then a willow tree, a fire, and some water may be the answer. Willow bark contains salicylic acid, which is the active...

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    Hankshaw says: Maple seeds are a neglected food source. In the Spring you can harvest buckets of them. 1) Hull the pea-like seeds. 2) Boil in water, draining and reboiling until the tannins are removed (the bitter taste) 3) season to taste. Or dry in the sun or roast in the oven. They can be ground into a usable flour.

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    In 1966 the US Department of Defense published the “Personal and Family Survival Manual” which included a chapter which explained how to build the family fallout shelter.

    Perhaps the greatest medicine ever invented is aspirin. You will learn how to make your aspirin in the wilderness. Everything you need to survive is provided by nature, often in quantities so vast they may appear inexhaustible. But unless you are skilled in wilderness survival you may not know how to identify and put to use the bounty nature provides. You may fall prey to hunger, thirst, injury, disease, cold, or a host of other threats when everything you need to survive is close.

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    The Wilderness Survival Skills Everyone Should Know. Because if I actually venture into the wilderness one day, with my luck, I will need this. #LDS #preparedness #survivalkit

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