Survival kits are great to have, no matter where you might be going. Having one you can put in a purse or even your pocket gives you the ability to go anywhere and have a kit with you. Afterall, we never truly know when we may need to be prepared.
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Pill bottles are readily available, as many of us have gotten at least one prescription bottle for free. Everything you should put into the bottle is available at your local stores, making the items easily accessible as well. You can fit a lot more into a pill bottle than you might think.
Obviously, the first part of your pill bottle survival kit is the pill bottle. You can elect to wrap the bottle with duct tape or paracord; both of these items can prove useful in any survival situation. Of course, what you put into the bottle is up to you as everyone has different needs. Here are some examples of what some people choose:
- Bandages of assorted sizes
- Ibuprofen or similar medication
- Cotton balls
- Alcohol wipes
- Silica gel pack
- Safety pins
Most of these standard items should find their way into your survival kit. However, we have varying needs from one another, so consider what’s most important to you when assembling your kits.
For example, some people have allergies and should include antihistamines. Others wear glasses and may want to add a repair kit in case they break their frames.
Now, it’s a small bottle and can’t hold everything you might need to survive. A survival pack, on the other hand, is designed to hold whatever you may need, and you can add your pill bottle kit to it easily. Check out one item you should always include in your survival pack and learn why it’s so versatile.
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