posted on Jul, 8 2010 @ 02:22 PM
After Maple trees, my first thought was birch sap. Not as thick as maple, less sugar.
Any plant that grows in a water source, the root system should provide plenty of water. However, if you are by a lake, why not use the lake water?
There are other vines in jungle areas that are known for holding water, but never been to or plan on being in a jungle, I havent done a whole lot of
I like to harp on this, and no one has ever mentioned if they have tried, but the very best plant to procure water is two small, green willow
saplings. Hold one in each hand loosely, when they cross or dive towards the ground, you have found water. Dig, purify, and drink. Dowsing works,
works very well. Give it a try sometime when wandering in the woods, or find a local dowser to show you ahead of time, so you can actually see it
work. Dowsers are generally good, salt of the earth people that enjoy teaching others this skill.