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First Aid Kit

This strong, lightweight and compact kit is a handy and inexpensive addition to your home medicine cabinet, handbag, glovebox or travel bag. It’s designed for simple first-aid problems and more serious emergencies when the first responder is waiting for further help.

Each kit also comes with a handy prescriber booklet to help you choose the best remedy for numerous conditions such as: abdominal pain; allergic reactions; bleeding; bites and stings; fractures; bruises; burns; chest pain; choking; collapse; concussion; diarrhoea and vomiting; near-drowning; convulsions; emergency childbirth and miscarriage; chilling and hypothermia; fainting; fever; headache; heat stroke; injuries and wounds; poisoning; shock and distress; splinters and foreign bodies; sprains and strains; sunburn; stroke; whiplash; and more.

The kit contains 18 homeopathic remedies traditionally used in first-aid and emergency situations: Aconite, Apis, Arnica, Arsenicum, Belladonna, Bellis perennis, Bryonia, Calendula, Cantharis, Carbo-veg, China, Gelsemium, Hypericum, Ignatia, Ipecacuahna, Phosphorus, Pulsatilla, and Silica (all in 200C potencies with approx. 35 doses per remedy).

All remedies are suitable for use from infancy to old age, and during pregnancy.

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