Member Join Date Mar 2008 Location Anchorage, Alaska, United States Posts 510
Fish antibiotics for human use.
Turns out that fish antibiotics are the same pills as the generics that are sold to Costco, Walmart, etc. Not the same formula - the same PILLS.
They're available over the counter from vet/fish stores with no prescription, you can get: Ampicillin, Cephalexin, Ketoconazole, Penicillin, Amoxicillin, Erythromycin, Metronidazole, Tetracycline, Doxycycline (bird antiobiotics section) and Sulfamethoxazole.
They're inexpensive compared to what you'd pay at the drugstore.
I've added eight hundred doses of an array of these to my just-in-case survival cache,
I've also added the books "Where There Is No Doctor", "Wilderness Medical Society Practice Guidelines for Wilderness Emergency Care 5th edition", "The Handbook of Antibiotics" and a comprensive medical kit.
A member of a survival board did in-depth research:
An example of where to get them:
I thought I'd pass this along, along with the warning:
IF YOU DONT KNOW EXACTLY WHAT YOURE DOING WITH ANTIBIOTICS - DONT ADMINISTER THEM. You could kill somebody, or breed a resistant strain of bacteria.
I've had a good bit of first responder training and I wouldnt administer antibiotics without checking the references first.