6. Medical kit and toiletry kit
You are likely to get small cuts, bruises, and wounds while trekking. You are likely to catch the cold and mild fever. Or even if it is a headache. You need a small medical kit with you. Before going trekking, get yourself medically examined by a doctor and seek advice if you should go on trekking or not. Also, ask your doctor to prescribe you some common medicines such as for fever, nausea, stomach ache, food poisoning, etc. Your medical kit should have bandages, sanitizer, painkillers, antiseptic, cotton, common medicines, glucose powder or ORS, insect repellent, moisturizer, sunblock creams, etc. Along with it, you need a toiletry kit. You will have to attend your nature call in the open. So, from disposing of your waste to keeping yourself hygienic, you will do everything manually. Also, your toiletry kit should have your daily care items such as body shower gel, shampoo, tissues, handwash, soap, toothpaste, and brush, etc.