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Survival Guide - First Aid and Other Skills for Preppers - cover

Survival Guide - First Aid and Other Skills for Preppers

Jordan Gunner

Publisher: Self Publisher

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Summary

In this short but informative book, we will focus on three essentials of survival skills:



First, we’ll talk about the best ways to purify water. This, alone, is something all people need to know. Water can make you sick or heal you and keep you alive. Knowing what you’re doing, is what will help you most.



Second, the book focuses on First Aid skills. If you ever get wounded, exhausted, dehydrated, or you encounter something like a sprained ankle or major bruise, what do you do? You rely on your knowledge and fix it! Learn how in this book!



Third, an emphasis is placed on finding water in the desert. Many misconceptions about this have been circling around on the internet. It is our mission to help you learn the truth: What works and what doesn’t.



Seek knowledge and you will survive!

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