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Книга Osprey crusade №50. Malta 1565 Osprey crusade №50. Malta 1565 Книги Исторические Автор: T.Pickles Формат: pdf Издат.:Osprey Страниц: ninety eight Размер: 50 Mb ISBN: 9085532 603 three Язык: Английский0 (голосов: zero) Оценка:Серия военныхкниг Campaignот Osprey.

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B) Air vent is required to prevent carbon monoxide poisoning when using an open flame inside enclosed shelters. Note: As a general rule, unless you can see your breath, your snow shelter is too warm and should be cooled down to preclude melting and dripping. VI-4 Figure VI-5. Thermal A Frame Figure VI-6. Snow Trench VI-5 Figure VI-7. Snow Cave (4) Shade shelter. Hot climates require a shade shelter to protect from ultraviolet rays (Figure VI-8). (a) To reduce the surface temperature, the shelter floor should be elevated or dug down (approximately 18 inches).

D) Lice and insect bites. Wash affected areas with tea to ease itching. b. Salicin/salicylic acid. (1) Medical uses. Aches, colds, fever, inflammation, pain, sprains, and sore throat (aspirin-like qualities). (2) Sources. Willow and aspen trees (Figure V-7). V-15 (3) Preparation. (a) Gather twigs, buds, or cambium layer (soft, moist layer between the outer bark and the wood) of willow or aspen. (b) Prepare tea as described in paragraph 3a(3). (c) Make poultice. •Crush the plant or stems. •Make a pulpy mass.

Replace depleted material with fresh bark/plants. (4) Treatments. (a) Burns. •Moisten bandage with cooled tannin tea. •Apply compress to burned area. •Pour cooled tea on burned areas to ease pain. (b) Diarrhea, dysentery, and worms. Drink strong tea solution (may promote voiding of worms). (c) Skin problems (dry rashes and fungal infections). Apply cool compresses or soak affected part to relieve itching and promote healing. (d) Lice and insect bites. Wash affected areas with tea to ease itching.

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