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Playlist with videos about "Ray Mears' Bushcraft"
Learning more about living in wilderness...

http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLDsR5P9Lkw3Nk0WOvFqpf5OiU1AQb_gPj

#Bushcraft   #RayMears   #Playlist   #Nature   #Wilderness   #Knowledge   #Survival  

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Medicinal Teas - Pine Needle Tea
Spruce & Pine Needle tea has been used for centuries as a Vitamin C source to prevent colds, Scurvey, and infections. Learn with us as Tam shows how to make it properly (yes there's a wrong way to do this)

Part one of making medicinal teas when living in the bush:
Medicinal Teas - Spicebush

Playlist with videos "Bushcraft with Tam"
https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLCA4699EAC6BFB489

#Bushcraft   #PineNeedleTea   #NaturalSkills   #Nature   #Bush   #HealingNature  

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Bushcraft is originally a term used in particular for a variety of survival techniques in a particular wilderness (specifically in the so-called bush). In a broader sense, the term is now used to living or surviving in and with nature, also with respect to that nature. There is no good translation for the English word bushcraft. In English we sometimes distinguishe woodcraft if it happens specifically in a wooded area. Many primitive peoples still live on the old traditions that today bushcraft in these elements is partly based. The best way we could describe bushcraft is "natural skills".

A number of bushcraft (and sometimes also in survival) techniques are: 
-How to make a shelter from resources from nature
-Where water is found in nature, and also how to make it drinkable. 
-How to make fire with different methods 
-Recognizing edible plants, fruits and nuts that grow in the wild. 
-Prepare food with wood fire. 
-To live with what nature has to offer. 
-Observing animals and their tracks. 
-To make a rope (eg from the stems of nettles). 
-How to use a knife and ax in the right way. 
-How to orient yourself with the natural phenomena. 
-How to use nature without harming nature. 
-Knowledge

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bushcraft


#HealingNature   #Bushcraft   #Survival   #Nature  

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Bushcraft is originally a term used in particular for a variety of survival techniques in a particular wilderness (specifically in the so-called bush). In a broader sense, the term is now used to living or surviving in and with nature, also with respect to that nature. There is no good translation for the English word bushcraft. In English we sometimes distinguishe woodcraft if it happens specifically in a wooded area. Many primitive peoples still live on the old traditions that today bushcraft in these elements is partly based. The best way we could describe bushcraft is "natural skills".

A number of bushcraft (and sometimes also in survival) techniques are: 
-How to make a shelter from resources from nature
-Where water is found in nature, and also how to make it drinkable. 
-How to make fire with different methods 
-Recognizing edible plants, fruits and nuts that grow in the wild. 
-Prepare food with wood fire. 
-To live with what nature has to offer. 
-Observing animals and their tracks. 
-To make a rope (eg from the stems of nettles). 
-How to use a knife and ax in the right way. 
-How to orient yourself with the natural phenomena. 
-How to use nature without harming nature. 
-Knowledge

Playlist with videos
Serial: Almost Naked into the Bush
https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL3BA9A3CF850DA7C7

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bushcraft


#HealingNature   #Bushcraft   #Survival   #Nature  

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Flora and Fauna in Cade's Cove, Tennessee. Explanation about how to identify a tree, and how to use it to survive in nature.

Bushcraft On Fire - http://www.bushcraftonfire.net
Bushcraft On Fire Radio (Thurs Nights 7 PM Central) - http://www.illustrial.net

#Bushcraft   #NaturalSkills   #Nature   #SmokyMountains   #Trees   #HealingNature  

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The basics of what is human: body hygiene (as natural health and social care)
When watching videos and films about peoples living far away from bathrooms and toilets, running water, I asked myself: "How do they do "THAT"?" 
Searched on youtube, and found videos about this for people who camp in the wilderness, travel in wilderness, and meeting the same needs as the native peoples, living far away from bathroom luxury.
It is very excellent to learn to know how to do "it", how to shit (sorry for the expression, so: how can people go to a toilet when there is not any toilet) in nature, how to clean hands, how to wash, brush teeth, shortly: how to create the right hygiene with only nature around.

#HealingNature   #Bushcraft   #NaturalSkills   #Hygiene   #Health   #NaturalHealth   #Wilderness  
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