First Aid/Repair/toiletry whittled down from 2 pounds of stuff (3' of baling wire and 1/2 roll duct tape...) to about 6 ounces. I think the following is fairly complete:
-Leukotape "P"- 10' wrapped around a big pill bottle. For foot care, bandaging, or gear repair.
-Tooth brush- Baby size (big head but small handle)
-Toothpaste- 1/2 full travel size tube.
-Dental floss- Sample size. For cleaning teeth or sewing gear.
-Needle for sewing or piercing.
-extra bic lighter
-Zinc oxide antibiotic cream- Also called "unscented diaper ointment". For injuries, chafing, or nappy rash. Tiny bit in a tiny tub. Worth its weight in gold.
-Hydropel cream- to protect feet from getting soggy while walking in wet shoes - (I haven't used it yet)
-Benadryl. 1/2 tablet per day in mini-ziploc. Mostly as a sleep aid but just in case for allergies.
-Ibuprophen. 4 tablets per day in mini-ziploc. Brought 2 for routine overnight theraputic uses, 2 extras if I need to share or get extra sore.
-Immodium. 2 tablets in foil pack. Just in case.
-Multi-vitamin. 1 per day
-"Triple-Flex" Glucosamine/chondritin. 2 per day.
-Dr. Bronners soap. Don't use often, just as a weekly laundry thing. Would be useful for cleaning a dirty road rash.
-Baby Wipes. 2 per day, dried out. Wonderful things. Use for evening washdown before bed.
-Toilet Paper. 10 squares/day just to be safe. Better to come home with extra than the alternative.
I also have a small swiss army knife and a water bottle with a squirt top for general surgery and irrigation needs.