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What is a Bug Out Bag?

Being prepared for emergencies is important, especially because they happen unexpectedly at any time. Not having the proper supplies and equipment can leave you and your loved ones vulnerable to the elements. A poll by HealthDay showed that 48% of American families were completely unprepared in the event of a severe emergency. What’s more, even many prepared families do not have a medical preparedness kit on hand in case someone gets sick in the midst of an emergency. That is where the Elite Health Medical Survival / Bug Out Bag kit comes in handy.

Fortunately, there are various steps that you can take to be prepared when disaster strikes. One of these is the Bug Out Bag. This survival kit is designed to provide you and your loved ones with the supplies they need in any kind of emergency, be it natural or manmade.

A Bug Out Bag is different from an INCH (I’m Never Coming Home) bag. Since these Bug Out Bags are designed to provide short-term survival, they usually only have features that fulfill shorter-term needs (usually 72 hours). INCH bags tend to have much longer-term-focused supplies. These medical survival kits are essential for both types of preparation.

Medical Survival Kit

Bug Out bags are designed to provide you with up to three days of supplies when you are without various necessities such as shelter, food, water, and first aid. Many come preloaded with utilities to cover each of these needs, however, few include a medical component. The Elite Health Medical Survival Kit is specifically built for treating conditions that usually require the use of antibiotics, antivirals, or other necessary drugs.

The Elithe Health Bug Out Bag features an Emergency Kit that’s designed to provide you with the medical supplies that you might need during an actual emergency. It’s also housed in an insulated travel bag that will keep even temperature-sensitive medications safe from the elements.

The contents of the Bug Out Bag are only for emergency use. If you decide to use them, make sure to seek medical advice and guidance from a healthcare professional as soon as possible.

Best Bug Out Bag 2022

There are many kinds of Bug Out Bags on the market, and their exact contents vary from manufacturer to manufacturer. But all Bug Out Bags contain supplies necessary for survival situations. 

The best Bug Out Bags are those that are tear-proof, water-resistant, and easy to carry. While you will need more than just medications to survive—and, as such, should make sure you have another Bug Out Bag or INCH bag ready for emergency situations—Elite Health’s Bug Out Bag / Traveler’s Emergency Kit is a necessary complement to your emergency equipment. Looking toward 2022, we have no idea what is to come. But you can be totally ready to face whatever the new year brings if you choose to add the Elite Health Bug Out Bag to your survival inventory today. 

You can click here to purchase your Bug Out Bag / Traveler’s Emergency Kit right now!

Bug Out Bag List

Here are the medications contained in the Elite Health Bug Out Bag / Traveler’s Emergency Kit: 

  • Hydroxychloroquine 200mg
  • Tamiflu 75mg oral
  • Z-Pak (azithromycin 250mg)
  • Prednisone ophthalmic
  • Tobramycin 0.3% ophthalmic
  • Cephalexin 500mg capsules
  • Bactroban 2% ointment/cream
  • Prednisone 5mg tablets
  • Betamethasone dip 0.05% cream
  • Benadryl 25mg tablets
  • Fluconazole 150mg
  • Clotrimazole 2% cream
  • Nystatin 500,000 unit tablets
  • Azithromycin 250mg tablets
  • Ivermectin 12mg capsules
  • Ventolin HFA inhaler albuterol
  • Amoxicillin 500mg
  • Valacyclovir 500mg oral
  • Loperamide 2mg tablets
  • Ciprofloxacin 500mg tablets
  • Ondansetron
  • Electrolyte packets
  • Vitamin C
  • Vitamin D3
  • Zinc Sulfate
  • Quercetin
  • Resveratrol
  • Iodine

Medication Break Down

Ivermectin is helpful for preventing the spread of viruses, as well as decreasing the length of infection and symptom intensity for those who have contracted a virus.

Vitamin C, vitamin D3, and zinc sulfate are included in the Elite Health Bug Out Bag for immune support. They reinforce your immune system by increasing its response time to and defense against infections. 

Both quercetin and resveratrol help decrease inflammation of your body overall, which creates an environment better suited for immune system function and response. 

Z-Pak, or azithromycin, decreases the growth rate of bacterial cells by stopping their protein production. This drug specifically targets many common bacteria known to infect the lungs. 

Hydroxychloroquine is helpful for preventing viruses and decreasing the severity of viral infection. It also can be taken in combination with zinc to decrease the progression of viral infections and ease the severity of symptoms. 

Tamiflu is able to prevent the spread of viruses, as well as lower the amount of virus present in the body, which shortens the length of infection. 

Ciprofloxacin works to prevent viruses by interfering with the production of viral DNA, and, like Z-pak (azithromycin), it targets bacteria known to infect the lungs. It is uniquely effective against pneumonia and can be used to fight bacterial infections that may be resistant to Z-pak (azithromycin). 

Lastly, iodine may be effective against superbug infections, which are resistant to most antibiotics and other medications commonly used to treat them. Lung tissues have good tolerance for iodine, which means this component of your Bug Out Bag can also be used to treat lung infections. 

Medical Table 

The following table provides the contents of Elite Health’s Bug Out Bag, along with each drug’s directions and usages. 

Emergency Medication and DosageDirectionsUse
Eye or Ear Infections
Prednisone ophthalmic scratch1–2 drops in affected eye 2–4 times dailyEye inflammation or irritation
Tobramycin 0.3% ophthalmic scratch1 drop in affected eye or ear 2–3 times daily for 7 daysEye or ear inflammation or irritation
Skin Infection or Tissue Injury
Cephalexin 500mg capsules1 capsule PO 3 times daily for 7 daysSkin infection
Bactroban 2% ointment/creamApply to infected area 3 times dailySkin inflammation or scrapes
Prednisone 5mg tablets1 tablet each morning for 3–5 daysTissue pain, injury, or inflammation
Other Skin Conditions (eg, Rash, Poison Ivy, Infection, Inflammation)
Betamethasone dip 0.05% creamApply to affected area 2 times dailyRash, poison ivy, or bites
Benadryl 25mg tablets2 tablets every 4–6 hours for allergic reactionsSwelling
Skin Fungal or Yeast Infection
Fluconazole 150mgTake 1 as soon as possible; repeat if neededYeast infection
Clotrimazole 2% creamApply to infected area 2 times daily for 10 daysJock itch, rash, or athlete’s foot
Nystatin 500,000 units (tablets)1 tablet 3 times daily for 10 daysRingworm
Upper Respiratory Infections and Others
Azithromycin 250mg tablets (antibiotic)2 tablets on day 1 and then 1 tablet on days 2–5Cough, sinus, or respiratory infection
Ivermectin 12mg capsules2 or 3 capsules once daily for 5 days (for treatment)Common virus
Hydroxychloroquine 200mg1 by mouth 2 times daily OR 2 tablets once weekly and as directedViral infection OR viral infection
Ventolin HFA inhaler albuterol (approximately 1 year expiration)Inhale 2 sprays every 4 hours as neededTrouble breathing or as rescue inhaler
Amoxicillin 500mg (antibiotic)1 by mouth 3 times daily for 10 daysStrep throat or bacterial infection
Valacyclovir 500mg oral (antiviral)1 by mouth 2 times daily for 7 daysCold sores or STDs
Tamiflu 75mg oral (antiviral)1 2 times daily for 5 days (for treatment); 1 once daily for 10 days (for prevention)Anti-viral
Traveler Diarrhea or Food Poison
Loperamide 2mg tablets2 tablets immediately and then as neededDiarrhea without fever
Ciprofloxacin 500mg tablets1 tablet 2 times daily for 7 daysDiarrhea with fever or bladder infection or other bacterial infection
Electrolyte packets1 packet 2 times daily with 500mL water and foodDehydration
Ondansetron1 as neededNausea or vomiting

Bug Out Bag For Sale

If you are interested in purchasing an Elite Health Bug Out Bag / Traveler’s Emergency Kit today, click here to schedule a consultation. We have specially curated this kit to meet your medical survival needs. Our Bug Out Bag is for sale at a regular price of $1,249, or just $949 for Elite Warriors. This is a great deal for the prescription drugs you will be receiving, and this Bug Out Bag is invaluable for preserving your and your loved ones’ lives in an unexpected emergency situation. 


Contact us for a free consultation today. Our consultants will quickly guide you in the right direction, place your order, and before you know it, the injections will be waiting for you on your doorstep!”

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