0155-0266

Adventure Medical Medications

Adventure Medical Medications
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Medications

Refill or customize your first aid kit with these important medications for treating pain, fever, diarrhea, allergic reactions, muscle inflammation, and stomach upset. A little medication can go a long way to enjoying your adventure!

  • Control Diarrhea
    Diamode anti-diarrheal for controlling diarrhea and abdominal cramping due to intestinal illness.
  • Feel Better Fast
    Vital minerals provide relief from heat stress, fatigue, and muscle cramping due to minerals lost to heat and perspiration.
  • Treat Allergic Symptoms
    Antihistamine for treatment of allergic symptoms.
  • Reduce Inflammation
    Ibuprofen reduces inflammation and relieves pain.
  • Reduce Pain and Fever
    Acetaminophen for pain or fever.
  • Treat Upset Stomach
    Double strength antacid.

KIT DETAILS

  • Size: 4.3" x 0.5" x 5.5"
  • Weight: 0.04 lbs
  • Group Size: 1 Person
  • Trip Duration: Multiple Days

Supply LIst

  • 1 - Diamode Anti-Diarrheal (Loperamide HCI 2 mg.), 1 Pkg./1
  • 2 - Electrolyte Tabs (Calcium Carbonate 27 mg., Potassium Chloride 80 mg., Magnesium Oxide 20 mg.), 1 Pkg./2
  • 2 - Antihistamine (Diphenhydramine 25 mg.), 2 Pkg./1
  • 4 - Ibuprophen (200 mg.), 2 Pkg./2
  • 4 - Acetaminophen (500 mg.), 2 Pkg./2
  • 4 - Antacid (Calcium Carbonate 420mg.), 2 Pkg./2

We reserve the right to add, substitute, or delete items if necessary
Please note: Some medications may not be available in products sold outside of the US, additional items may be substituted.

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