WHY THE RE-UPLOAD?
After originally posting the video, I found out from a few viewers that there was some lab studies regarding the rehydration supplement, Oral IV. The lab results showed that the chemical analysis of the product was extremely disappointing, and it’s not much different than tap water:
Analysis of Oral IV (with lab results):
I immediately removed it from my Medical Kit, but then I had to decide what to do regarding the video. I could have easily just added an annotation regarding the product. However, I didn’t like the idea of having it featured at all, since its intended use is for emergency first aid. I would hate to have someone attempt to use that product in an emergency situation based on my video, only to have it be ineffective. So I decided to remove the video and refilm all segments that showed Oral IV in the kit. I was very disappointed for losing all of the comments and views, but I felt it was for the common good long term. I’m very disappointed in Oral IV if the data in this report is true, as it shows the product to be very misleading and possibly dangerous if trusted in a true medical emergency.
I hope that you enjoy watching the updated video in addition to the main medical module, which now goes live tomorrow morning.
The Grab N’ Go Medical Module is a sub-module to the main Medical Module. It is intended to be stored in a quick access location on the Bug Out Bag, like a front compartment zippered pocket. It is intended to be used for small wound care. There are also items for trauma situations, such as CPR Instruments and a tourniquet. There are two categorized kits (aka “folders”) that follow the same organization strategy and color coordination as is used in the main Medical Module.
OFFICIAL B.O.B. PLAYLIST:
THE MOUNTAIN RN:
THE URBAN PREPPER: