Here is the List of Medicine You Should take while Traveling to North

The current topic is all about a little something that a lot of people disregard when they first begin adventuring: the fundamental travel medical kit. We realized that this one of the most important things especially for people who love to travel a lot. Regardless of whether you are on a road trip with your fellows on your car, on Rent A Car or any public bus, you must have your medical kit with you especially when you’re in Pakistan and planning to visit the Heaven (north) of Pakistan. Your medical kit may vary according to your health condition and your requirements, still some suggested medicines that medical kit must have mentioned here.

The Basic Kit:

For shorter trips, city-bound, your travel medical kit may comprise exclusively of some headache medicines, Pepto and bandages. Here are things to consider:

  • Pain pills: For the hangover and headache. 
  • Crocin or Dolo 650 – (Fever/High Fever) 
  • Combliflam – (Fever + Reduce Muscle Pain) 
  • Zintac/Aciloc/Rantac/Omez (Acidity) 
  • Allegra (Allergy)
  • Cough Syrup (for cough)
  • Disprin (for headache, try not to use at heights. rather drink more water and rest.) 
  • Vomistop (anti vomits) 
  • Avomine (motion sickness/nausea) 
  • Cetirizine (sensitive sniffling, cold, and so on) 
  • DCold (for cold) 
  • Mosquito repellent (cream, to protect against creepy crawlies) 
  • Strepsils (for sore throat) 
  • Spasmonil (for stomach issues) 
  • Antibiotics (Azithromycin) (for infections)


A great multivitamin can be your closest companion when you travel since our diets normally go out the window. Joined with added travel pressure, time changes and more public vehicle use)


Stomach medications: Think Pepto Bismol or Mylanta. Odds are you may have a couple of additional servings of delicious food, on your travel that may disturb your stomach a bit. 

  • Digene (for indigestion) 
  • Eno (for gas, acidity) 
  • ORS sachets (for dehydration) 
  • Norflox TZ (for loose motion, bacterial infection, amoebic dysentery)
  • Loparmide/Lomotil (to stop loose motion)

Wound Care:

  • Bandages: For blisters, shaving cuts and other little issues that may be needing a quick solution. 
  • Betadine Solution (to clean the injury or a wound) 
  • Dettol (to clean the injury) 
  • Water Proof Band-Aids (to cover cuts) 
  • Leukoplast – (Blister cure)
  • Neosporin powder – (antibiotic powder to avoid infection of the wound)  
  • Cotton – (for cleaning) 
  • Gauges – (to dress the injury) 
  • Antibiotic Ointment – (for wound) 

Bone Injury:

  • Crepe 
  • Arm Slings 
  • Volini (Spray/Ointment) 
  • Brufen 600 – (pain killer)
  • Snow and Cold
  • Lip-guard 
  • Moisturizing Cream 
  • Sunscreen SPF 50+

Extras to Consider:

Anti-itch Cream: For bug nibbles and little skin allergies and reactions. Especially if you know your destination has a lot of mosquitos and insects, this is fundamental. 

Cipro: The traveler’s antibiotic. 

Probiotics: The form that does not need to be refrigerated. 

Antibacterial Gel: For applying to minor cuts and scratches. When going in less-than-fresh areas, a little antibacterial gel (Neosporin) can have an enormous effect. 

Decongestants: Essential if flying with a stuffy nose. 

Electrolyte Replacements: Again, fundamental in regions where you may have stomach issues. 

Blister Strips: If you’re doing additional strolling or climbing, a rankle strip can help lighten continuous pain and issues.

Water Tablets: In many areas, it is possible to purchase filtered water, however, more remote explorers will get by on iodine tablets. 

Height Sickness Tablets: Some destinations in the mountains can be the reason for altitude sickness without proper consideration and care.

Yeast Infection Treatment: Go for a tablet rather than cream as it will be simpler to carry. 

Additional items:

  • Tweezers
  • Safety pins
  • Small scissors.

Further Tips:

Just take as much as you will require. For most outings, this is only enough to get by until you’re ready to find a drug store to restock. 

Always visit a travel doctor or specialist before long trips away to guarantee you have the information and gear before your trip. It is additionally imperative to ensure the drugs won’t interact with something different. 

Always keep your medical kit in your hand carry if you are traveling overseas or if you are planning to have a travel on a means of public transport or you are using Cheap Rent A Car in Lahore or any other city so that you can use your travel medical kit in case of emergency.

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