Almost any person in our time can visit the most different parts of the globe. A sea liner, train, car or plane will take you anywhere. But sometimes, by an absurd accident or deliberately, any of the people can find themselves in a difficult situation and remain alone with nature, in particular, in the steppe.
- - knife;
- - rope;
- - compass;
- - clock;
- - water.
Look around for traces to determine the correct path, exit to a road, river, or settlement. Pay attention to your own footprints so as not to go around senselessly.
Look around carefully. If there are any elevations, then move in that direction. In addition, when choosing a path, be guided by the sunset and sunrise, or pay attention to the plants. For example, lettuce is common in the southern steppes. This is a weed in which baskets of yellow flowers are evenly distributed on the stem from all sides and turned by their planes to the west. In very hot weather, it turns the leaves sideways to the south. In addition, the sides of the horizon can be determined using a blooming sunflower. His baskets face east in the morning, strictly south at lunch, and exactly west in the evening.
Take vigorous steps to provide yourself with water and food. Use everything that nature has to offer. Use caution when harvesting vegetation and remember that some plants can cause severe and sometimes fatal poisoning. Refrain from eating unfamiliar berries, mushrooms and plants.
Determine by indirect signs of plants or fruits that can be eaten. To do this, carefully examine them: if there is bird droppings on the branches or trunks, or the fruits are pecked by birds, or the branches are gnawed by animals, then carefully try to eat these plants.
Eat at a time no more than 1-2 g (important) of the total food mass, if there is a need for the forced use of berries. If possible, drink more water. If the plants contain toxic substances, then when taken in this proportion, they will not cause much harm to the body. Wait 1-2 hours. If there are no signs of poisoning, for example, vomiting, nausea or dizziness, then eat another 15-20 g. In a day, this food can be consumed without restrictions.
Distribute physical activity correctly and evenly, alternate it with good rest. Extremely hot weather disrupts the body's function. Build a shelter from the sun out of large leaves of grass and branches, and try to use your drinking water sparingly if you find a stream or any body of water while moving. If this was not possible, then put all the iron objects that are available (keys, coins, knife) on the ground at night, dew will collect on them in the morning.