Survival Medical & First Aid Kit – SHTF/Bug out Bag Tips

First aid kits are often overlooked! don’t be a silly bastard that has to suffer the consequences of illness and infection.


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quercus says:

You need a syringe for wound cleaning.

bizarfield1987 says:

Crack me up every time!

Alyssa Matheney says:

why are you disrespectful

GamePhysics says:

You shouldn’t take anti-diarrhoea pills unless you need to gtfo of an area. Diarrhoea is a natural process of your body to get rid of something you’re not supposed to have in there. By taking these pills you don’t get rid of that nasty bacteria or whatever it is.

ChurchMouse says:

Great video. Just a heads up though,, oxytetracycline and any antibiotic that ends with “cycline” gets toxic after the expiration date but you can keep Amoxicillin antibiotic well past expiration and get it without prescription. Fish Mox from ebay. Pharmaceutical grade amox packaged for aquarium fish. Same as human kind. Hope this helps. Keep filming.

Daniel Hood says:

Good video mate, just fyi hydrocortisone is a steroid cream.. antihistamine creams would include diphenhydramine, doxepin and calamine. Im only saying this because antihistamines and steroid anti-inflammatories work differently and steroids can be quite harmful if used too frequently/in excess. Apart from that excellent video

Jose Manuel Castillo says:

Not certain about the points made but ,if anyone else needs to find out about emergency survival try Zamartar Survival Remedy (just google it ) ? Ive heard some decent things about it and my friend got cool results with it.

Justin Mumma says:

How do you get Oxytetracycline? Don’t you need a script?

Modest Adventurers says:

Very useful as I am currently making up a med kit for next summer. I like the idea of taking some antibiotics but aren’t the ones your using for acne or are they a broad spectrum type. Sorry for being a bit thick.

speyburn10 says:

Love those accents. Seems more credible.

ShoeManShoe68 says:

Incase your a pretty boy!! L O L!! Good stuff!

AlfieAesthetics says:

It’s more to combat the effects of losing all the fluids through diarrhea, if you’re already dehydrated, then diarrhea will quickly lead you to death through dehydration.

Gary C. says:

Great vid….common sense approach… You da man!

Aaron Combess says:

You could replace the liquid antiseptic with iodine that way you can also use it to treat water.

TEST S says:


RektMacht Magic says:

nice gun what is the name of it?

theknifehand says:

Non-scented maxi pads could also be used as trauma dressings since they are designed to absorb blood.

Baron Von Ass says:

Surgical staple and remover. Ask your Dr. for one or spend $8.

GamePhysics says:

Yep 🙂

Ched Leicester says:

TCP Smells amazing fuck you

Jonny Dongle says:

Such face

RickLovesBacon says:

Great Vid, Lots of good Ideas. My wife and I are currently working on our first aid kits. Cheers

kandaraugh says:

Great tips. Didn’t even think about constipation/diarrhea meds. This needs more views.

thebushcraftdude says:

HOLY COW!!!!!! Best kit I’ve see of all time! Your right, lots of people forget a first aid kit. Subbed.

UHCredhead says:

shit happens

Whatsie Callit says:

Denture adhesive powders such as fixodent and Polygip powders poured on open cuts can seal the wound and keep it from bleeding. just wipe the blood making sure a lil blood is present on the wound so saturate the powder with temporary seal the wound till better care can be adminished. Ive used this method many times. works like a charm.

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