From The book of Survival by Anthony Greenbank, pages 51-52.
- Don't drink, as salt content too high. You become thirstier. Use to make damp cooling pad in burning heat. Or to warm chilled skin in cold
- Consumption not advised. Could precipitate rash actions in survival situations.
- Battery water
- It might contain toxic amounts of lead.
- Fish fluids
- Don't drink---even if you have the chance. Many have been found harmful, though there are exceptions.
- Glacier water
- Rushing melted water from snow areas in mountains contains pounded/powdered/crushed rock. However, alternative clear-water supplies are usually available in the hills.
- Anything milky, salty, soapy
- The exceptions (like coconut milk)
Offered by Clipper.