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20 SHTF Medical Supplies That Could Save Your Life These bud…

20 SHTF Medical Supplies That Could Save Your Life
These budget plan pleasant SHTF clinical products as well as devices will certainly aid you conserve lives or also your very own. These products are SHTF Medicines for the prepared to stock for SHTF as well as grid down situations. Apart from the food lacks there are enhancing lacks of over the counter drugs.

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1. Gauze (Kerlix)
2. Integrate Pads
3. Non Adhering Pads
4. Clinical Tape
5. Nitrile Gloves
6. Oil Jelly (Individual packages -even more clean and sterile)
6. Super Glue
7. Skin Stapler w/ cleaner
without cleaner–
8. Stitch Practice Kit
9. Thermostat
10. Blood Oxygen Meter
11. Professional athletes Food Powder
12. Lip Balm
13. Bismuth
14. Antihistamine
15. Antacids
16. Cough medicine
17. Ibuprofin
18. Pain killers
19 Dissection Kit
20. Clinical Sponges

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These budget plan pleasant SHTF clinical materials and also devices will certainly assist you conserve lives or also your very own. All the products are provided below. These products are SHTF Medicines for the prepared to stock for SHTF as well as grid down situations. Apart from the food lacks there are raising lacks of over the counter drugs.

17 Replies to “20 SHTF Medical Supplies That Could Save Your Life These bud…”

  1. You can make a butterfly bandage. Take a bandaid, cut it on both sides, almost all the way through. Then twist it around (opposite each other). This gives it strength. Place one side of bandaid on one side of the wound, and pull tightly across to the other side. (Before doing this, place antibiotic cream on wound). Just one more option in your tool box. ❤️🙏❤️🙏❤️🙏❤️🙏❤️🙏❤️🙏❤️🙏P. S. I WOULD ALSO PLACE ANOTHER BANDAGE ACROSS THIS TO AVOID DIRT FROM ENTERING WOUND. 😁👍🏻

  2. Tube gauze is invaluable for holding bandages on difficult areas like knees, elbows, heels, arms, and legs. Its great for areas you can’t use adhesives as easily. I had to use it often for minor burns at work in a bakery. It avoids the tug and pull of tape around a wound.
    Vitamins! Stock up on good vitamins because changes in diet will change you vitamin intake. PROBIOTICS!! The higher the culture per pill, and higher number of active strains the better. Get 50 million per pill and 30 different strains for a quick hammer to the gut flora after having the trots then the 30 mil and 15 strains of probiotic cultures for day to day use.

  3. I didn’t think you could take Aspirin with ibuprofen because they are both NSAIDs. That could cause stomach bleeding. You can take Tylenol a couple hours after ibuprofen or Vice versa but I wouldn’t suggest taking ibuprofen with aspirin or naproxen.

  4. DO NOT TAKE ASPIRIN WITH IBUPROFEN. Aspirin and ibuprofen work similarly and have similar side effects including kidney damage and stomach ulcers. Worse, aspirin would promote bleeding from the ulcer. Acetaminophen and ibuprofen work differently and can be taken together if necessary.

  5. I had an allergic reaction to the sun because of a medication I was taking! Putting on water didn’t cook my skin nor did milk! I ended up stopping the burn in seconds with Aloe Vera gel!

  6. Be Careful using too much of the pink stuff,… Bisthmol! Often formulas like Pepto Bisthmol have Aspirin in it. Beware of giving it to children with a fever. Aspirin can cause Reye’s Syndrome in children, teens and young adults.

    Beware of giving it to the elderly. They may be on an Aspirin regiment. And be careful using it on anyone that is allergic to aspirin. Be careful if you’re using any blood thinners. Do not give Bisthmol and Aspirin, or or any medication with Aspirin ingredients together. Btw, use this same precaution when administering Acetaminophen products, like Tylenol and multi symptom cold medicines, like NyQuil. Giving both can be toxic to your liver.

    Remember Bisthmol makes your tongue & your stool look Black temporarily. Don’t be Alarmed. But it may conceal blood in the stool. Otherwise, Bisthmol is a great medicine to include in your Emergency first aid kit.

    Activated charcoal OR spirulina algea are 2 alternate choices that will also absorb intestinal toxins and help allow them to pass out with your stools. And Dyphenhydramine, (Benadryl) can help relieve nausea especially from motion sickness. Some non-drowsy antihistamine products, like Claritin or Zyrtec can relieve nausea too. Otherwise, peppermint or ginger are 2 natural remedies for nausea.

    Kayopectate relieves upset stomach indigestion and diarrhea. But it also contains Aspirin. Baking soda is an alternative to Tums for indigestion. But Beware if you have high blood pressure. Ginger, Tumeric and apple cider vinegar soothes the stomach too. Prunes or Slippery Elm is good for constipation. Fiber given with plenty of water is also good for constipation And for diarrhea.

    Check online and with your doctor for proper information about the dosage and use for any of these products or holistic remedies. Especially for women who are pregnant or nursing.

    Very helpful video. Again, thank you so much for sharing!🙏

  7. When I was in 1st grade, (age 64 now) I burned the back of my leg. I know it was years ago, but the gauze not only stuck to the burn, but also the petroleum jelly. It was painful removing the gauze, etc.

  8. Medical grade manuka cream. Brilliant for small wounds. Most pharmacies sell it. Check it out for your kit.

  9. Ive always heard the opposite about mixing ibuprofen with aspirin. They are both nsaids and shouldn’t be taken together. Acetaminophen is what I was always told by doctors to pair with ibuprofen

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