Turns out there are lots of survival uses for pine cones you may have never considered.
And with this survival information you may be a lot better off when the SHTF!
It’s likely you’ll end up in the wilderness when you’re bugging out. And if you find some ordinary pine cones around, you may just be able to save your life.
It’s important to use every resource available in a crisis. That’s why you’ll want to know about these…
Survival Uses For Pine Cones
Take Out The Pine Nuts
Very few people realize that pine cones are more than just for looks. They also contain pine nuts, which you can eat. These nuts contain lots of protein, which is vital for your nutrition in a crisis.
Check out the video below to learn about a bit about pine trees, and how to extract the seeds from a pine cone.
Light Your Way
Here’s a cool survival tip. By using a long pine cone, some pine resin, some cordage and a long branch, you can make your own torch. Best of all, it’s stormproof! Check out the building process in the video below.
BONUS: Survival Use For Pine Pollen
One of the coolest things about pine trees is how they produce pollen. This pollen has a bunch of health benefits that can aid you in a crisis.
For one, these little yellow buds have a ton of antioxidants, vitamins, minerals and amino acids that can help sustain you. This highly nutritious, healthy snack can be the perfect snack while walking through the wilderness.
Not to mention, this pollen is also able to raise testosterone levels.
Better yet, when turned into a cream pine pollen is able to help treat diaper rashes, acne and even eczema.
Take a look at the video below for details. It’ll show you what to search for when looking for pollen, how to gather it, and the best way to consume it.