Archive for October 28th, 2008

Hello friends,

Today I thought I would let you all in on a secret. Whenever I go on an adventure trip, I dare to take some minor risks because I always go well prepared. Let me be a little more specific, it is mandatory that you carry a first-aid kit with you at all time, whether you are on an all-day outing, family picnic, a hiking, backpacking or camping tour. This is another must have item that you should carry with you.

I took some time out to pick a few products that is sure to help you out, please feel free to click here to read reviews about more first-aid kit products.

Here is a kit that you should carry with you if you plan on visiting areas that are situated in earthquake zones.




The Stansport™ Earthquake/Survival Family Kit is specifically designed to support up to 4 people during catastrophic events, including earthquakes, floods, hurricanse, and other life-threatening disasters. It includes a 3-day supply of food, water, and medical supplies in a sturdy carrying case.
If you plan to go on an expedition or an impulsive adventure trip, this adventure comprehensive medical kit will make you feel safe and prepared for accidents.


Designed for a group of one to 14 people and for backcountry trips from one to 28 days, the Adventure Comprehensive Medical Kit is a must to ensure a safe trip. Organized logically into specific compartments, the contents are easy to see and easy to access. These kits have a CPR Lifesaver Pack with CPR Microshield. They also treat and prevent fractures/dislocations/sprains with Sam Splint and elastic bandage; hypoglycemia/insulin Shock with one glutose paste; dehydration with oral rehydration salts; dental problems with Dentemp Temporary Filling Mixture and snake bites and bee stings with a Sawyer Extractor. They also treat wounds with a 20cc. irrigation syringe and surgical scrub brush; blisters with two Spenco 2nd Skin and one Molefoam; burns with one Aloe Vera Gel; trauma with trauma dressings and triangular bandage; allergic symptoms with antihistamines and virus transmission with infectious control pack. The Comprehensive kit also includes a variety of medical equipment, along with two important guidebooks: “Comprehensive Guide to Wilderness & Travel Medicine, and “Illustrated Guide to Life-Threatening Emergencies.

For an all-day outing you can carry a light-weight medical emergency kit like the Adventure Medical UltraLight & Watertight .7 Medical Kit.



The Adventure Medical Ultra Light & Watertight .7 medical kit brings you essential emergency medical items packaged in a compact and lightweight bag of 1.3-oz, silicone-coated ripstop nylon.

That is all from me for now, please keep an eye for more interesting product reviews for your adventure.

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