Quick little tips when trekking at altitude, take...Ginger and garlic
Split the garlic and put it in your water bottle along with the ginger, it aids in preventing altitude sickness. If you feel it come on – eat a clove along with drinking lots of fluids it really does help a lot. But it tastes like crap arrow vid

Tiger balm
Not just for the sore muscles but to help you breathe and for altitude headaches. Rub it on your temples and on your upper lip

The local dried fruit, dates
Full of electrolytes and easy carbs. Keep a handful in your pocket along with mixed nuts to constantly snack on as you’re trekking. The key is to not let yourself reach depletion but keep a constant stream of energy intake for your body

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