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Water. Where there are no rivers

One can often encounter situations when you need to replenish the water to avoid dehydration, but the area does not have to meet the water needs: it's just land without bodies of water, and possibly all - an arid steppe, upland or desert. What to do in such circumstances? How to get life-saving water? Let's try to find solutions in this article.

These "waterless" situations occur in the way of a stranger in a variety of natural areas. When you can not find the source of water in the humid jungle, taiga or the mountains - this is one situation where such a problem comes up in the desert, savannah or desert - it's another, more complicated situation.

When there is no water in its purest form, you should find another source of fluid that can replenish the water in the body, or it is to get water, contrived in another way. Under sources of liquids in the same jungle can understand the different edible fruits, abounding in moisture are coconuts, pineapples, bananas, mangoes itp Also, a lot of moisture in the heart of palm. Enough to cut, cut a small palm tree (most do not overpower you, and if the master and you will lose with more moisture than get) to remove the bark, and in mid-bright fiber will be full of life-giving water (well, and vitamins there, too ...).

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Also in the jungles of the water often runs down the trunks of trees, roots. There you can collect it. Let's tie string to the root, in which water flows down the other end of the lace tie knot or tie it some stick, after which the end is fixed in a jar, bottle or other container. After a few such systems to a halt while - you can get some water.

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In the taiga, humidity, of course, smaller, but also here in the season can compensate for a deficiency of fluid berries. You can also find locations of water flow. The moisture is concentrated in the thick moss, where it can just squeeze (but just as dangerous to drink - should boil!). Do not forget to birch sap in spring. But in other seasons sap can be a source of fluid.

Do not forget about this wonderful phenomenon of dew dew... got drunk quite possible. Also, wash, freshen up, to more effectively and vigorously fight for survival.

In the mountains, the water should look at the shaded vertical slopes, walls, canyons, where it often runs down the rocks or roots of plants. Also in the mountains with snow or ice, enough to melt - and here the water (just in any case he shall not eat snow.)

In arid regions of options to get water is not so much. Some cacti and other rare plants, desert and savannah, we can get moisture. But it must be well versed in most of these desert plants, as Many of them are poisonous. In the steppe there is minimal, but still the chances of fog and dew.

In the desert and steppe must urgently look for water: an oasis, the old bed of the river or the salvation of the local residents. For a while, you can drink your own urine, so that no moisture is left to waste. But not having extracted the water in the desert does not reach even one full day...

But very rarely fully replenish water in the body due to such tricks here and alternative sources of moisture. We must look for valleys, ravines, stream beds, even parched, and there to look for water.

 

 

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