undecided if this is best for chaff or gear forum, thinking it's first aid kit, so gear?
I was raiding the medicine cabinet at work for single serving first aid stuff.
I found this:
It goes for a quarter ounce. 0.25 oz
supposedly it's a squeeze tube, but has powder, you pour over a wound, and it's supposed to react with the blood and dry out, sealing a small wound.
I'm still taking the old fashioned bandage stuff, but here is my question to you guys and gals:
does this stuff really work? I am looking for personal experience feedback.
I cannot test it for two reasons:
1) I'm not bleeding right now, and I have a job interview on Monday, so it would be quite dumb to experiment with a razor.
2) If I use the vial, I will have no vial left for my first aid kit.
If you are a US office cubicle dweller, you are probably familiar with ZEE brand or something like it. I can buy online, but I would have to buy the entire office kit.
Anyway, if you have first hand experience, kindly let me know.
A bunch of army medics, love to tell tales of this magic powder that can put together a suicide bomber back from little chunks into one piece. You guys know who you are, please don't don't respond about your army stories.
I am looking specifically for the ZEE brand, from free-range office cubicle prisoners who have used it.
Thank you for your time.