In addition to bandaging, a few sizes and types of scissors and tweezers seemed appropriate. Maybe I should get some suture equipment to add?
Also, in the event of no soap and water, the kit is stocked with wet wipes, hydrogen peroxide, rubbing alcohol, and a colloidal silver product.
In addition to the items above, some awesome salve in a small container is a great addition. Of course, if you are not in the woods and are in my house you would find several large containers of this so I felt it only necessary to put a small amount in the kit. :)
We also have tinctures for sleep, pain, shock, infection, inflammation, allergies, immune support, and neurological repair. I also threw in a natural cough drop...why not?
For both sun and local heat burns, and bug bites a drop of lavender is great. Especially if you are in the wilderness and have no ice.
For muscle pain, a drop of peppermint is great. For headaches, a drop massaged into the temples and on the back of the neck is best. Also, for stomach upset, a drop right in the naval can work wonders. Of course, a shot of baking soda with charcoal would be great, too. Combining a drop of of each of these is also a great insect repellant.