There's a lot of the same items in this. Mine contained mainly alcohol wipes and bandaids. It's a mess too. You should be able to find things quickly and easily in an emergency. The American Red Cross recommends kits for a family of four include the following:
- Sterile gloves! - Some 6" long pre-cut strips of standard kinesiology tape to reduce pain and swelling. - Antihistamine (Benadryl) - Injectable epinephrine and/or Asthma inhaler if you require them - Diarrhea medication (Imodium) - Anti-nausea medication (Dramamine) - Emergency contact numbers - Current list of medications and allergies - Hemostatic (blood-stopping) gauze - Liquid bandage - Sunburn relief gel or spray - Lubricating eye drops/wash - Q-tips - Discuss with your physician first so if you're drug tested at work you have medical documentation... Medical marijuana (CBD) if it's legal in your state. It's legal in some states where THC is not because CBD is not psychoactive. An Indica strain with 25% CBD can do a lot for pain without leaving you addicted to pain killers. Matches and a joint protection tubule should be fine.