|All closed and ready to move from place to place where it's needed. Most of the time, it sits on a shelf in my bedroom closet.|
For Skin Irritations/Rashes/Allergies:
*denotes Dr. Christopher brand
(note: I also use the items we talked about in the previous post. They are essential aids in our wellness program.)
Now, my next project along these lines (I'm not sure when that may be, hopefully soon.) is to update the little first aid kits we keep in the cars. I want to expand these to become more of a emergency situation kind of kit. (I put together one as a gift to my parents one Christmas and it was one of the best things they (and I) felt anyone could receive.
I'd like to create little ones for my college kids, (hey, that might make a good Christmas gift!) as well as mini ones for the kids backpacks.
I'm sure you all have great things to share here:
Am I forgetting something? What items can you not go without?
How do you like to organize your home medical supplies?
Are there any noteworthy experiences you'd like to share in the doctoring of your families?
I'd love to hear from you!