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Checklist first-aid kit

Proper holiday preparation also includes putting together a small first-aid kit. Especially for the usual cases such as minor injuries, sunburn, nausea or diarrhoea, it is often difficult to get the right medication quickly. However, with a quick first aid kit, many evils can be averted. Here are our recommendations for your personal first-aid kit. And a few tips before you leave home.

Checklist first-aid kit

  • Individually required medication: Do you have a chronic illness? Take medicines that you need to take daily in sufficient quantity in your hand luggage.
  • Wound disinfection
  • Bandage material
  • Pyretic thermometer
  • Painkillers and antipyretics
  • Medicines for:
    • Nausea
    • Sodburn
    • Constipation
    • Diarrhea
    • Allergies, sunburn and insect bites
    • Bruises and strains
    • Colds and sore throat
    • Eye complaints

Your pharmacy will be happy to advise you on appropriate medicines or options within the framework of naturopathy!

Further preparations

  • Arrange for care of the flat or house
  • Arrange pet care
  • Arrange flowers/plants
  • Pay important bills
  • Cancel newspaper
  • Reroute mail or hand over collection
  • Empty the fridge
  • Deposit holiday address

On the day of departure:

  • Turn off heating, cooker and electrical appliances
  • Turn off water, lights
  • Close windows, doors
  • Empty rubbish bin

We will be happy to advise you on your personalised travel first-aid kit & wish you a relaxing holiday!

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