Packsoap chestnut Survival or Prepper hygiene

Packsoap chestnut Survival or Prepper hygiene presented by “how to survive”
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  1. Law Buc
    Law Buc 28 June, 2016, 07:37

    Super channel Sir! Thank you for all your hard work sharing your knowledge with this community.

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  2. Ted Lance
    Ted Lance 28 June, 2016, 07:37

    excellent videos.
    nice to have real usable information.
    like and subscribe, thanks to Survival Lilly.
    never heard of a fire plow before.
    keep up the great work, love your stuff.

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  3. christopher 888
    christopher 888 28 June, 2016, 07:37

    U can also Make Soap from Birch Leafs

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  4. kingneddy
    kingneddy 28 June, 2016, 07:37

    Is that horse chestnut or sweet chestnut? I ask because horse chestnut is not edible whereas sweet chestnut is.it looks like horse chestnut. I think you can use the leaves of horse chestnut and produce soapy suds.

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  5. contie144
    contie144 28 June, 2016, 07:37

    Coole Sache das. Danke für den hilfreichen Tipp. Habe dich gleich aboniert.

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  6. Garland N
    Garland N 28 June, 2016, 07:37

    Another plant is the desert Yucca root. I didn't know chestnuts saponins. Great demo.

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  7. John “survivor johnny” Tewelow
    John “survivor johnny” Tewelow 28 June, 2016, 07:37

    I came from your post on BCUSA. Very cool. I sub'd your channel

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  8. NWIPrepper19113
    NWIPrepper19113 28 June, 2016, 07:37

    This is great to know, thanks.A plant in the Everglades called "Lather Leaf". Rub the wet leaves between your hands to produce a lather:
    https://plants.ifas.ufl.edu/plant-directory/colubrina-asiatica/

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  9. Maxime Lafrenière-Giguère
    Maxime Lafrenière-Giguère 28 June, 2016, 07:37

    Thank you for you videos! that soap looks amazing and I really like the way you show stuff and explain it. Wish you all the best.

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  10. morgan roberts sr
    morgan roberts sr 28 June, 2016, 07:37

    Thanks for sharing…….you have a new subscriber. :)

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  11. Scrap wood City
    Scrap wood City 28 June, 2016, 07:37

    Awesome idea!

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  12. RandomVlog39er OFFICIAL
    RandomVlog39er OFFICIAL 28 June, 2016, 07:37

    lye soap made from wood ash and animal fat

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  13. Medibekteshi Medi
    Medibekteshi Medi 28 June, 2016, 07:37

    are the chestnuts for eating

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  14. Constantin Nicolae
    Constantin Nicolae 28 June, 2016, 07:37

    u'r german right?

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  15. Virginia Bradley
    Virginia Bradley 28 June, 2016, 07:37

    Thanks, — Clark

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  16. daniel pugh
    daniel pugh 28 June, 2016, 07:37

    I found your channel from survival Lilly….and i must say i always learn something from both of you guys. Thank you and keep up the awsomeness.

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  17. shiran duarte
    shiran duarte 28 June, 2016, 07:37

    That's incredible! Never ever could imagine such thing would be so awesomely simple.

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  18. Rob Farrell
    Rob Farrell 28 June, 2016, 07:37

    Very Cool!

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  19. TheAnnoyingThingOutdoors
    TheAnnoyingThingOutdoors 28 June, 2016, 07:37

    Very useful indeed. :-)

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  20. Sand Hollow Homestead
    Sand Hollow Homestead 28 June, 2016, 07:37

    I like natural remedies to our needs. It's out there, we just have to relearn the old ways and they are now new ways.

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  21. Misha Panov
    Misha Panov 28 June, 2016, 07:37

    brilliant

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  22. Matthias Ziegler
    Matthias Ziegler 28 June, 2016, 07:37

    stefan , dein lieblings-englisch kanal is klar

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  23. Ed Cook
    Ed Cook 28 June, 2016, 07:37

    That's a new one for me. You learn something every day don't you?Great videos, thanks for making them.

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  24. Tom Olofsson
    Tom Olofsson 28 June, 2016, 07:37

    This is terrific.

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  25. Pagan Woodscraft
    Pagan Woodscraft 28 June, 2016, 07:37

    yeah great!! 😉 I knew you can do it with the young leaves in spring and also with birch young leaves but that technic I didnt know… thanks for sharing C U!! :)

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  26. World Traveler
    World Traveler 28 June, 2016, 07:37

    What a great tip!
    I will certainly try it 🙂
    Keep it up.. and thanks for the video..

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  27. Grey Mouser
    Grey Mouser 28 June, 2016, 07:37

    Thank you for an interesting video.
    I have not heard of this use for Horse Chestnuts before. In the UK in my childhood, we only used them for playing conkers!
    ( Just look up the World Conker Championship…)

    Be well,
    Dave.

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  28. David Tresch
    David Tresch 28 June, 2016, 07:37

    Were those the edible type? My area has only Horse Chestnuts which are quite toxic. Does it matter which kind is used?

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  29. The Bearded Clam. (Outdoors)
    The Bearded Clam. (Outdoors) 28 June, 2016, 07:37

    Great vid, I'm going to try that.:-) Atb Mike

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  30. ben terwellen
    ben terwellen 28 June, 2016, 07:37

    ty for sharing the knowledge………..great video

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  31. Kupferstadt Outdoor
    Kupferstadt Outdoor 28 June, 2016, 07:37

    It pleases me that you now show Survival videos available for the English Community. best regards from copper city. Angelo

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