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#1 Posted : Wednesday, June 24, 2015 5:14:46 PM(UTC)
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Hello everyone,

I would like to consult about assembling a first aid kit and repair kit. Of course needs and estimates vary from season to season and trail, but I was interested in a specific direction regarding the GR11.

I walk alone most of the trail.

-For will be in July and August.

-The "off trail" will be minimal.

I have a certain background but quite limited.

I don't have allergies of any kind.

-Not completely detached from civilization and also bearing device for extreme SE inReach.

I just thought about the following:

ע״ר – respond to common problems that can be treated on the trail like blisters, headaches, stomach pains and bruises. Thought on band-AIDS, and easy pills Nurofen. In addition some foot cream to give a response to drenched feet to prevent foot cracks (I'd love to hear your recommendations).

Amendments to respond to equipment failures, at least until reaching any town (a few days at worst). Thinking about soprgelo, a thick duct tape, needle, sewing, thread safety (six meters).

I'd love to hear your experience, insights, especially how to maintain minimum assessments without being Stupid light.

#2 Posted : Wednesday, June 24, 2015 8:20:28 PM(UTC)

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About the topic, I like to also add:

1. pills to allergy symptoms (you never know when you meet them)-אלרג'יקס/istasin (without a prescription) or telpst (with prescription). For the price of 10 grams to blister to know equal to put them in the bag.

2. polidin paste (-15 g tube).

3. multiple gauze pad + quite a network.

4 balm.

5. a needle to drain the blisters.

6. waterproof plaster-3 m durapore or oikoplest.

7. very trolamine helps soothe the skin after sunburn (the Sun, fire).

8. regarding klbten-bit optimistically States sufficient (recommend taking 2). I buy double dose ("Forte").

About foot cracks. haven't tried but have a very positive opinion on flexitol.

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