They help to quickly alleviate pain so you can enjoy the rest of your holiday.
2. Fever Relief Patches or Pills
You can never predict when a fever might strike so it’s best to keep these patches on hand to quickly relief yourself or your loved one of a fever overnight.
3. Stomach Medications
When you’re travelling to a different country, your stomach might take some time to get used to the foods there and with jet lag involved, your stomach might get confused too. Use stomach medications to counter that.
You never know when your allergies might strike so when they do, be sure you have some antihistamines to help relief them.
5. Trusted Flu and Cold Medicines
Even if you don’t have a cold or flu, just carry some in case you need to relief some pain while you visit the doctor’s at your travel destination.
6. Antiseptic Swab Sticks
Before a cut gets infected, be sure to apply some antibacterial gel around the area and keep it clean. These swab sticks from Betadine conveniently deliver antiseptic solutions just by breaking the cotton swab in half.
Eyedrops quickly relief your eyes of dryness and pain in a jiffy.
This multipurpose product can be used as a lip balm, to relief minor cuts and moisturises skin.
9. Motion Sickness Pills (Optional)
Depending on your trip’s itinierary, motion sickness pills might come in handy if you’re taking a boat or going on a road trip. They also help if you tend to air sickness in the plane.
10. Multi-Purpose Vitamins
If you take vitamins on a daily basis, it’s best to bring a multi purpose one with you when you travel so you don’t lose your momentum.