After shelter, getting water in a survival situation is your absolute priority. While you can live for a few days without it, you will begin to feel the effects of dehydration within hours of your last drink.
This dehydration can progress to muscle aches, spasms, coma, and then death, so going into a survival situation thinking you've got three days is really not a good way to go. You've probably got a day and a half, at most.
Short of a heavy rain falling, finding a pond or lake, or digging a shallow well, finding water is also one of the most difficult prospects of survival. Luckily, if you can find some green plants, you may be in luck. All plants breath, just like humans do, and with that
Luckily, if you can find some green plants, you may be in luck. All plants breath, just like humans do, and with that breath, they release just a little puff of moisture, just like humans do. You can capture this moisture and condense it into drinkable water if you know what you're doing.
Learn how to use this plant to your advantage on the next page.