The Best First Aid Medicines You Need | episode 162

The Best First Aid Medicines You Need | episode 162

The Best First Aid Medicines You Need   | episode 162
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The Best First Aid Medicines You Need | episode 162

 

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This week Mike and I talk about The Best First Aid Medicines You Need.

This first part in our First aid series we cover drugs in your first aid kits. 

Most of the first aid medicines talked about are for minor injuries. More day to day comfort than the collapse scenario. 

Medical care for the SHTF is beyond the scope of a level I and II first aid kit. 

Not to mention the technical skills required for advanced medical procedures. 

Also as a disclaimer, Mike and I are not medical professionals and this is not medical advice.

Towards the end of the episode, we discuss some stronger medicines to carry. And make a case for getting some fish antibiotics. 

 

Medicines Talked about

Loperamide

Equate Extra Strength Headache Relief

Acetaminophen 

Pain Relief

Allergy Pills

 

Tiny Ziplock Bags

Heavy Duty Ziplock Bags

Links

Level 1 First Aid Kit
Level II First Aid Kit

 

 

 

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3 thoughts to “The Best First Aid Medicines You Need | episode 162”

  1. I would add lidocaine jelly. Good for topical pain relief from abrasions, cuts, burns…etc
    From a parent’s perspective, have children’s medicine (or at least know doses specific to your children) if you’re going to be traveling with kids. They also make pediatric electrolyte powder packets. Good for adults as well, but kids are way more susceptible to dehydration from diarrhea and those have the right mix for them.
    Oh and Matt French is right. Beans.

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