Quick Remedies Survival Kit
Quick Remedies Survival Kit
After a short trip in the wilderness, I decided to re-evaluate my survival kit. I would normally have the basic: Tylenol and band-aid. Since I have been in the mountains on an adventure, I found out that you may need more than the basic, I soon realised I needed items like, a survival axe just in-case we ever needed to get ourselves out of trouble. It really has been a while that I have been one with nature in the wilderness. It really is incredible, I do feel as if I had lost touch with the world. It does feel wonderful after such a wonderful time with my family and friends. I will now go and visit nature and feel the love of nature: the mountains, creeks and trails to see the beauty of life. If we are going for several days on the mountain trail always take your Quick Remedies Survival Kit. While you’re at it, before setting off on your trip, the idea of undertaking first aid training courses doesn’t sound bad. Through research into something like Coast2Coast Ottawa, you’ll be able to learn all the information and skills you’ll need to know on how to handle various medical problems. This may be something worth checking out, especially if you like venturing into the wilderness, just like I do. You never know what can happen, so it is best to be prepared properly.
After a night of adventure in the mountains without a light, we have all learned a lesson. This has made my evaluation of my survival kit to be that of the girl scout. It does pay off to be prepared! Let me share with you what My Quick Remedies Survival Kit has inside.
My Quick Remedies Survival Kit
After cleaning and checking all dates of every medication, replenish those medications.
- 1 set of First Aid Instrument:
- matches, tool to light a fire
- roller bandage (6 rolls)used to wrap over dressings and to secure splints.
4in. sterile gauze pads & 2in. sterile gauze pads (4-6)
Sanitary napkins (2-4) used to control excessive bleeding.
1 and 2in. adhesive tape (1 roll of each) used to secure dressings and bandages; change every 6 months
- Band-aids (1 box assorted sizes)
Triangular bandage (3) used to secure broken arms, shoulder dislocations or as a wrap for splints. Can be purchased or made from old sheets.
Ace bandage for wrapping sprains.
Sterile water (1 Qt.)used to flush wounds and cool burns.
Antiseptic solution (1 bottle) used to cleanse wounds.
- Sterile needle for splinters
Asprin or non-asprin pain reliever
- Latex gloves (2 pair)
Syrup of Ipecac (to induce vomiting, if advised by Poison Control Center)
Tube of petroleum jelly
Moistened towelettes or baby wipes
- Assorted sizes of safety pins
Never leave home without Quick Remedies Survival Kit. Do you have your Quick Remedies Survival Kit?