Our Family Radiation Emergency Kit PLUS™ includes 5 packs of FDA-Approved Iosat™ Potassium Iodide (3 130mg adult-strength packs and 2 65mg child-strength packs) Both are effective and safe for adults and children.
Adults would take one of the 130mg tablets each day, or two of the 65mg tablets each day. Children would take one of the 65mg tablets a day, or up to 1/2 of the 130mg Iosat™ tablets a day, depending on age (the tablet is scored for easy splitting). The FDA Consumer Drug Product Insert is included with both.
This kit is specifically designed for use during a nuclear radiation emergency (nuclear reactor release or fallout from a nuclear bomb) in which radioactive iodine (I-131) may be released into the atmosphere. For more info on radioactive iodine and how much potassium iodide to stockpile, please visit potassium iodide FAQ.
- 3 130mg Iosat Potassium Iodide packs for adults (14 tablets per pack) Current expiration date: March 2032
- 2 65mg Iosat Potassium Iodide packs for children (20 tablets per pack) Current expiration date: April 2031
- 1 (one) 6 oz Radiacwash Spray Mist bottle for radioactive iodine decontamination
- 8 Radiation-Wipes for radiation decontamination. To be used with included Radiacwash Spray.*
- 1 Rad-Waste bag w/ tie-twist for disposal of contaminated wipes, gloves and clothing
- 1 ‘EXTREME’ Radiation Water Filtration Straw filters radioisotopes from outdoor fresh-water drinking supplies.
- 1 RADTriage Radiation Detector instantly detects radiation
- 2 Pairs Disposable Nitrile Gloves
- 1 Red Gable Carry Case
Additional potassium iodide and all of the other components may be purchased separately (if they are in stock) to supplement what is in this PLUS Kit.
How many packs of potassium iodide should I stockpile?
Storing at least one pack PER person for each location frequented (home, 2nd home, relative’s home, childcare, office, etc.) is our recommendation. Potassium Iodide tablets should be immediately available in the event of a nuclear radiation emergency. To be most effective, the first dose should be taken no later than 2-3 hours prior to potential exposure to radioactive iodine (as directed by public health officials). Then, one dose every day (same time) until your family has evacuated to an uncontaminated area, and then stop taking the tablets (as directed by public health officials). Any remaining tablets will still be foil-sealed and available for a future need.
Nukepills, Inc. manages the sales and marketing division for Anbex, Inc., the U.S.-based manufacturer of Iosat™ Potassium Iodide. We also operate and manage Anbex’s worldwide wholesale distribution facility based in Maryland. Nukepills.com was founded in 1999 as a means of supplying Nuclear, Biological and Chemical protection products directly to the general public and now has international sales programs throughout Canada, Europe, Asia and the Middle East.