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Herbal Medicine for Survival First Aid

Herbal Medicine for Survival First Aid

Learn How You Can Make Powerful Herbal Medicines Secretly In Your Kitchen Herbal Medicine for Survival First Aid

Herbs and herbal remedies. All the best information was distilled down into this must-have guide about making herbal medicines. This amazing “little” book reveals 15 herbs you should always have on hand, how to cheaply make your own herbal remedies at home, and five amazing ways to help rev-up your immune system in a crisis situation.

Survival First Aid Supplies

Survival First Aid Supplies

Two good choices for your survival first aid supplies.

Mayday Industries Incident Command & Triage Kit on Wheels (CERT)

Survival First Aid Supplies

This is perfect for emergency response, especially Community Emergency Response Teams (CERT). This is also an ideal product for any group or orgnization which must deal with emergencies or crowd control. Kit Includes: 1 – Wheeled Duffle Bag (30” x 15” x 15”) 1 – Set of Four Triage Tarps 1 – Command Post – Barricade Tape 1 – Public Information Area – Barricade Tape 1 – Staging Area – Barricade Tape 1 – 50 pack Triage Tags 4 – Brass Whistle w/ Lanyard 4 – Legend Safety Vest 4 – Clipboards 4 – Golf Pencils 1 – Mighty Mega Mite Bull Horn 2 – Commander Walkie Talkies 1 – FM / Weather / Shortwave Radio w/Light 4 – Green 12 hour Light Sticks 4 – Adult Ponchos 1 – NIMS Guide 1 – Incident Command and Triage Book 40 – Pages of Triage forms: (Patient Evaluation, Body Identification, Injury Assessment etc), Triage Instructions, ICS Instruction. Safety Vest Tags. All included in a water resistance folder.

You will also find emergency medical supplies, first aid boxes, first aid bags and emergency medical kits below.

Total Resources International 250-Piece Outdoor First Aid Kit in Red EVA Case

 

Survival First Aid Supplies

This Deluxe 250 piece kit comes in a lightweight, durable, Cordura covered EVA moulded foam case for convenient storage and easy access. Contains the following items: 40 – Adhesive Bandages 3/8″ x 1-1/2″, 40 Adhesive Bandages 3/4″ x 3″, 10 – Butterfly Closure Bandages, 10 – Knuckle Bandages, 1 – Adhesive Tape 1/2″ x 5 yds, 10 – Cotton Tip Applicators, 4 – Finger Splints, 6 – Sterile Gauze Pads 2″ x 2″, 6 – Sterile Gauze Pads 4″ x 4″, 1 – Sterile Trauma Pad 5″ x 9″, 2 – Gauze Rolls 2″ x 4.1 yds, 4 – Examination Gloves, 1 – Instant Cold Compress 5″ x 6″, 1 – Metal Tweezers, 4 – Splinter Removers, 1 – Scissors, 2 – Burn Cream Packets, 2 – Lip Ointment Packets, 3 – Hydrocortisone Packets, 3 – Antibiotic Ointment Packets, 2 – Insect Repellent Packets, 2 – Sunscreen Lotion Packets, 24 – Alcohol Prep Pads, 9 – Sting Relief Pads, 1 – First Aid Instruction Guide, 24 – Antiseptic Towelettes, 1 – 24 hour Brightstick, 1 – Emergency Water Pouch, 1 – Emergency Whistle, 10 – Aspirin Tablets, 10 – Non Aspirin Tablets, 1 – Emergency Blanket

Survival First Aid List

Survival First Aid List

Emergency Medical Supplies list for your Long Term Emergency Preparation. Make your own emergency First Aid Kits.

Emergency First Aid Kits

Survival First Aid List

Basic First Aid Book

Bandages (Ace) elastic, 4″
Bandages, gauze, 2″ x 2″
Bandages, gauze, 3″ (x 3″ and 4″ x 4″
Bandages, gauze, 18″ x 36″
Bandages for burns (Second Skin) 3″ x 3.5″
Triangular Bandages
Band-Aids in assorted sizes, flexible and moisture resistant best
Bicarbonate of Soda
Butterfly sutures or Leukostrips
Cold/heat Pack, reusable
Cotton Swabs
Dental Floss
Eyedropper
First Aid Tape, .5″ x 10 yds and 1″ x 5 yds
Gloves, lightweight rubber
Insect Repellent
Isopropyl Alcohol
Meat Tenderizer for insect bites and stings
Moistened Towelettes
Nail Clipper
Potassium Iodide-[KI] or Potassium Iodate-[KIO3]
Razor Blades, single edge
Safety Pins
SAM splint
Scissors, Surgical pointed
Soap, liquid antibacterial
Tongue Depressors
Thermometer (unbreakable, not mercury)
Tweezers

Analgesic Cream (Camphophenique, Paraderm Plus)
Antacid (Mylanta, Tums, Pepto-Bismal)
Antibiotic (Tetracycline for general infections)
Anti-Diarrheal (Imodium, Diasorb, Lomotil)
Anti-Fungal (Desenex, Micatin, Tinactin, Lotrimin)
Antihistamine (Benadryl, Claratyne)
Antiseptic Ointment (Neosporin, Dettol)
Burns (Hydrocortisone, Derm-Aid)
Cold/Flu Tablets (Nyquil, Repetabs)
Constipation (Ex-Lax, Dulcolax, Durolax)
Cough Syrup (Robitussen, Dimetap)
Decongestant (Actifed, Sudafed, Repetabs)
Eye Drops
Hemorrhoid Relief (Preparation H, Anusol)
Ibuprofen (Advil, Nurofen, Peracetamol)
Itching, Insect/Rash (Caladril, Calamine)
Itching (Dibucaine, Paraderm, Lanacane)
Lip Balm (ChapStick, Blistex, Burts Bees)
Lubricant, Water Soluble (K-Y Jelly)
Nasal Decongestant (Sinex, Ornex)
Nausea, Motion Sickness (Kwells, Dramamine, Travacalm, Meclizine)
Non-Aspirin Pain Reliever (Tylenol)
Pain, Fever Reducer (Panadeine, Mobigesic)
Prescriptions
Petroleum Jelly (Vaseline)
Poison Ivy/Oak (Dermarest Poison Ivy Mousse or Ivarest)
Poison Absorber (Activated Charcoal)
Sunburn Relief (Solarcaine, Paxyl)
Sunscreen
Vomit Inducer (Ipecac Activated charcoal)
Yeast Infection Treatment (Monistat, Gyne-Lotrimin)

After you have purchased and organized all of your first aid supplies, find a container to store everything in. Now you wil be well prepared with your own first aid bags, or first aid boxes.