Winter Survival

 

 

Winter Survival & Surviving Extremely Cold Temperatures

 

How to Survive in Extremely Cold Temperatures or Winter Conditions

Extremely Cold Temperatures and Winter Storms can make it difficult & challenging to stay warm and when you add a Power Outage to the situation it is ALWAYS imperative to Prepare for Emergency Situation & Winter Weather!

As people attempt to stay warm they turn to space heaters (when they have power) & fireplace fires to stay warm, increasing their chances of fire and carbon monoxide poisoning.  On average there are 25,100 chimney fires causing 126.1 million dollars in damages and carbon monoxide poisoning is the #1 cause of poisoning deaths, 2100 Americans each year!

The Survival Solution to this having a Bee Pro Beeswax Survival Torch/Candle Tin and Bee Pro Beeswax Dipped Survival Matches accessible & handy AT ALL TIMES in ALL PLACES you might need them!  By having these 2 Essential Survival Tools you will always have “No Fail” Fire and 1 Multi Torch/Candle will light up an entire room with a brilliant golden flame, provide warmth (8x more per wick), purify the air you are breathing and eliminate your chances of chimney fire and carbon monoxide poisoning. Bee Pro Survival Torches & Matches are hand crafted and hand made with 100% Canadian Beeswax, FREE of Chemicals, Toxins, Metals & Tins, they are completely SAFE to burn in small enclosures (unlike Paraffin Wax candles) and Beeswax is the only fuel known to modern science to burn at maximum efficiency at temperatures of 60° below 0 and butane & bic lighters are unpredictable in extremely cold temperatures and Bee Pro Survival Matches are “No Fail”!

With these 2 Essential Survival Tools you will provide you & your family with safe, no fail fire, brilliant light & security, warmth, the ability to heat canned foods, boil water for purification for drinking, act as a rescue signal and clean & purify the air of bacteria, viruses, pollen, dust & odors in the air, while releasing a sweet, pleasant aroma of flowers & honey.  This Unique & Original Torch wick is our own special deign of wick that distributes  brighter more brilliant light, 8x more heat, per wick, burns longer, with over a hundred hours of repeated use and they burn evenly, never smothering or covering the special torch wick.

Home Emergency Supply List

 

  1. Alternate Heat Source – Bee Pro Survival Torch/Candle Multi Wick
  2. Bee Pro “No Fail” Beeswax Dipped Survival Matches
  3. Extra Blankets & Warm Clothes, such as; mitts, gloves, scarf, toque, thermal under garments etc…
  4. First Aid Kit that includes personal medicines or prescriptions
  5. Fire Extinguisher
  6. Battery Operated Radio & Batteries
  7. Flashlight with batteries
  8. Extra Batteries
  9. Manual Can Opener
  10. Snow Shovel
  11. Rock Salt
  12.  Bottled Water
  13. Canned Foods, Dried Fruits or Nuts, Granola or Energy Bars, Instant coffee, soups & chocolate bars are all recommended survival foods.  Also include baby food and animal foods you need.
  • Remember to bring All Animals Inside!

Allow 12 – 24 hours of provisions after a no heat situation.

The body’s ability to adapt to drastic temperature change decreases with people over the age of 65 and frigid cold temperatures can prevent the ability to think, numbing the body, inducing sleep (which is NOT recommended!) and decreases the desire to want to live or survive!

It Is VITAL To Be Prepared!

Travelling in Extreme Weather or Winter Conditions

Driving or venturing out in Bad Weather or Winter Storms is NEVER a good idea, as it creates challenging elements (blizzards conditions & cold temps), dangerous conditions (avalanches, landslides and icy roads) and hazardous road & highway conditions.  If travelling is unavoidable taking precautionary measures is a MUST when Preparing for Winter Driving or Winter Survival!

Be sure your vehicle is in top mechanical condition, especially the heating system, battery, wipers etc…, have on winter tire with adequate tread, ALWAYS be sure to have a FULL tank of gas and have a properly equipped Winter Survival/Emergency Kit , which should include;

  1. Heat & Light Source – Bee Pro Survival Torch/Candle Auto Wick
  2. Bee Pro “No Fail” Beeswax Dipped Survival Matches
  3. Extra Blankets & Warm Clothes, such as; mitts, gloves, scarf, toque, thermal under garments etc…
  4. First Aid Kit that includes personal medicines or prescriptions
  5. Fire Extinguisher
  6. Battery Operated Radio & Batteries
  7. Flashlight with batteries
  8. Extra Batteries
  9. Windshield Scraper, Booster Cables, Road maps, Compass, Sand or Kitty Litter, Tire Chains, Tow Rope, Collapsible Shovel, Axe or Hand Saw, Jack, Tire Wrench, Paper Towels, Inflatable Tire Repair Can, Spare Tire, Tool Kit & Brightly Colored Piece Cloth.
  10. Manual Can Opener
  11. Bottled Water & Small Tin Cup
  12. Canned Foods, Dried Fruits or Nuts, Granola or Energy Bars, Instant coffee, soups & chocolate bars are all recommended survival foods.  Also include baby food you need.

If trapped in your vehicle:  Don’t Panic and Stay Calm!

Remove all Emergency Items out of the trunk and tie the brightly colored cloth to your antenna or long stick so in plain view.  Then STAY in the car, dressing in the extra clothes and wrapping blanket around you, light your Bee Pro Auto Torch/Candle with your Bee Pro Survival Matches  as to conserve your battery power for radio updates & occasional warmth (Careful of carbon monoxide poisoning, so limit the time the engine is left running). Wait to be Rescued or for the storm to subside.

Hypothermia kills 600 Americans Every Year – It Pays to Prepare to Survive!

Wilderness Survival

There are literally thousands of Parks and Wilderness Areas around the nation and inexperienced and unprepared hikers, skiers, mountain climbers and mountain bikers get lost ALL the time and so lost that they need to be rescued!

People under-estimate how physically challenging, demanding and exhausting the wilderness can be and what they will need when the time comes to Survive!

Wilderness Survival Kit Items

Heat Thermal Blanket, Bee Pro Survival Torch/Candle, Bee Pro Survival Matches, Small First Aid Kit, Multi Purpose Tool, Rope or String, Fishing Line & Hook, pack of kleenex, Bottled Water and Food (dried fruits & nuts, energy or granola bars, instant coffee, chocolate bars etc…)

The frigid cold prohibits the ability to think, numbing the body and reduces the will to survive.  It is imperative to keep moving and to NOT fall asleep.

If the body core temperature drops below 98.6°F/37°C, a person could die within hours.

What to do to Survive in the Wilderness!

Try to build yourself a shelter if possible using logs, sticks or rocks, anything you can find to help shelter you from the wind and harsh temperatures.  If there is not enough suitable materials around you to build a shelter you can make a hole in the snow preferably under a large tree base, the cave will work like an igloo and the tree will provide shelter.  Be sure to have all your provisions with you, along with anything you can scrounge up and your Bee Pro Survival Tin & Survival Matches, then while you still have daylight gather as much dry wood as you can find, when you think you have enough, collect more.  Build your fire at the entrance of your shelter, keeping rocks around and underneath to provide extra heat. 

Finding water under ice or small frozen rivers, you can also melt ice or snow with your survival torch and it is always safer to boil any water you drink in the outdoors unless you know it is from a fresh mountain stream.

Be sure to add to your Emergency Disaster Kit (see above) a warm hat, gloves, hand warmers and an emergency blanket for winter survival.

REMEMBER it is established it may take up to 72 hours for help to arrive so make sure you have 3 days rations and it may take up to a week or more for power to be restored in some places so ALWAYS have your Bee Pro Survival Tins & Bee Pro Survival Matches on hand at all times.

 

Bee Pro Survival Torches are used for

The Who:

Hwy Maintenance, Avalanche Control, Avalanche Patrol, Hydro Companies, Electric Companies, Mining Safety Equipment, outdoor equipment, Search 7 Rescue, Army, Special Forces, Disaster Relief, Emergency Response, Survivalists, Survival Schools, Wilderness Camping, Military Equipment, Outdoor Adventurists, Hikers, Mountain Climbers, Mountain Bikers, Hunters, Fishermen, Backpackers, Snowmobilers, Skiers, Ski Patrol, Ski Resorts or Mountain Lodges

The What For;

Camping, Camping supply & Camping Equipment, Wilderness Camping, Extreme Survival, Horseback Adventures, White Water Rafters, Camping Excursions, Off The Grid, Nature Walks, Mountain Hikes, Fireplaces, Patios, Gardens, Home Security, Home Protection, Home Safety, Family Survival, Urban Survival and Emergency Survival, Natural Disaster,

Disasters, Emergencies, Hurricanes, Tornadoes, Earthquakes, Crisis Survival, Catastrophe Survival, Floods, Severe Storms, Extreme Weather Storms, Winter Survival, Wilderness Survival, 2012 Survival, Power Outages, Outdoor Survival, Survival Aid and Doomsday Survival, Tactical Torch or Torch Light 

Bonus Features;

Awesome in Fireplaces especially apartments & condos (indoor & outdoor fireplaces), cabins, patios, gardens, picnic tables on picnics and citronella torch/candle

 

Bee Pro Survival Torches will give hundreds of hours of repeated use and These 2 Survival Tools Could Help to Save Your Life or Be Rescued!

 

Prepare for It! – Live Through It – Survive It!

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