Travel Medication kits
The Travel Medication Kit is the complete kit containing medication and written advice on how to deal with common medical complaints encountered whilst traveling, such as constipation, eye/ear infection, allergies, respiratory and skin infection and incorporates the Gastro Medication Kit. It can be prescribed on our doctors’ recommendation.
GASTRO MEDICATION KIT
The Gastro Medication Kit contains medication and written advice for common gastric complaints experienced during travel such as vomiting, diarrohea, and stomach upsets. It can be prescribed on our doctors’ recommendation.
Contack-II (Permethrin Concentrate)
Is an odorless insect killer and repellent for soaking uniforms and clothes. It is the first line of defence against biting insects. Upon contact with permethrin-treated clothing or garments, the insect will fall off almost immediately. Most will die from this brief contact.
DEET based insect repellents provide exceptional long-lasting protection from biting insects and have been used by hundreds of millions of people around the world since the 1950’s.
Our range of New Zealand made DEET repellents are safe to use, feel and smell great on the skin and come in convenient travel-friendly packaging.
With DEET concentrations ranging from 10%-80%, you’ll find the right product for the whole family. Please note DEET is not recommended for use on infants under 2 months of age.
Picaridin based insect repellents can be a great alternative for DEET-sensitive individuals. They provide safe and effective protection from biting insects and we have products to suit the whole family.
This kit is very popular with travellers to less developed countries where HIV/Aids and Hepatitis B are prevalent. The Sharps Kit contains a range of disposable syringes, needles, and alcohol wipes which gives peace of mind no matter where you are, if you require an injection using a sterile syringe and needle. Medical personnel in less developed countries readily accept the use of your own syringes and needles in the case of emergencies.