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This page will list all of the consumables available in DayZ.

Consumables

Drink (Water) Description
Alcohol Tincture

Alcohol Tincture
Home proven alcohol-based tincture of natural essential oils, their substances and also some aromatic extracts. Can be used for disinfection of scratches and wounds or diluted for refreshing bath.



Apple

Apple
A fresh apple.



Banana

Banana
A fresh banana.



Bandage

Bandage
Joint Services standard first aid dressing. Used to stop bleeding of wounds.



Blood Bag IV

Blood Bag IV
Whole blood product with connected intravenous delivery attachment to administer a blood transfusion. Will last over a month when refrigerated, less than a day when not.



Blood Bag Kit

Blood Bag Kit
A sterile medical bag for collecting blood. Contains CPDA Solution which prevents coagulation of blood. Contains everything required to collect whole blood donations.



Blood Testing Kit

Blood Testing Kit
Single-use blood type test kit contains everything needed to perform a complete blood test for ABO and Rh. It's a quick way to identify your blood type.



Blue-coloured berries

Blue-coloured berries
Some kind of berries. Small and blue, but it's impossible to tell whether they are edible or not. Do you still remember your boyscout days?



Burned Boar Steak

Burned Boar Steak
A burned boar steak.



Burned Chicken Breast

Burned Chicken Breast
A burned chicken breast.



Burned Cow Steak

Burned Cow Steak
A burned cow steak.



Burned Deer Steak

Burned Deer Steak
A burned deer steak.



Burned Fish Fillet

Burned Fish Fillet
Burned flesh of a fish which has been cut or sliced away from the bone by cutting lengthwise along one side of the fish paralell to the backbone.



Burned Goat Steak

Burned Goat Steak
A burned goat steak.



Burned Human Steak

Burned Human Steak
A burned human steak.



Burned Rabbit Leg

Burned Rabbit Leg
A burned rabbit leg.



Canned Baked Beans

Canned Baked Beans
A nutritious and long-lasted can of baked beans that can be opened with a can opener. Will last two to five years depending on storage conditions.



Canned Peaches

Canned Peaches
A tin can filled with skinned halves of peaches without cores. Includes sweet sauce.



Canned Sardines

Canned Sardines
A common type of fish consumed by humans, as sardines are rich in nutrients. They are commonly served in cans, but fresh sardines are often grilled, pickled or smoked.



Canned Spaghetti

Canned Spaghetti
A nutritious and long-lasted can of spaghetti that can be opened with a can opener. Will last two to five years depending on storage conditions.



Canned Tuna

Canned Tuna
A nutritious and long-lasting can of tuna. Will last two to five years depending on storage conditions.



Can of Tactical Bacon

Can of Tactical Bacon
Smoke flavor added. Fully cooked! Delicious canned bacon lasts over 10 years.



Canteen

Canteen
A reusable water bottle filled with refreshing water able to rehydrate the body. The water most likely would have come from a water source nearby.



Charcoal Tabs

Charcoal Tabs
Activated Carbon in form of tablets used to trapping chemicals to stop some types of poisoning when used as a part of standard treatment.



Cooked Boar Steak

Cooked Boar Steak
A cooked boar steak.



Cooked Chicken Breast

Cooked Chicken Breast
A cooked chicken breast.



Cooked Cow Steak

Cooked Cow Steak
A cooked cow steak.



Cooked Deer Steak

Cooked Deer Steak
A cooked deer steak.



Cooked Fish Fillet

Cooked Fish Fillet
Cooked flesh of a fish which has been cut or sliced away from the bone by cutting lengthwise along one side of the fish paralell to the backbone.



Cooked Goat Steak

Cooked Goat Steak
A cooked goat steak.



Cooked Human Steak

Cooked Human Steak
A cooked human steak.



Cooked Rabbit Leg

Cooked Rabbit Leg
A cooked rabbit leg.



Crunchin Crisps Cereal

Crunchin Crisps Cereal
A box of high-calorie breakfast cereal made from processed grains that would traditionally be eaten with water or milk as the first meal of the day.



Defibrillator

Defibrillator
Electrical defibrillator manufactured by the AccuMed Corporation. Read instructions carefully! If needed, shave the chest of the patient before use.



Disinfectant Spray

Disinfectant Spray
The label reads: "kills viruses and bacteria on environmental surfaces in your home and in public places. It eliminates germs and odours on hard non-porous surfaces that you come in contact with every day"



Epinephrine

Epinephrine
A self-administered emergency injection for treatment of life-threatening allergic reactions. Side effects include increase in heart rate, stronger or irregular heartbeat, sweating, nausea and vomiting, difficulty breathing, paleness, dizziness, weakness or shakiness, headache, apprehension, nervousness or anxiety.



Green Pepper

Green Pepper
Bell pepper is a cultivated group of the species Casicum annuum. Cultivars of the plant produce fruits in different colors, including red, yellow, orange, green, chocolate/brown, vanilla/white, and purple.



Injection Vial

Injection Vial
Injection vial made of moulded borosilicate amber glass usually used to store medical solutions or antibiotics.



IV Start Kit

IV Start Kit
All the items needed to facilitate intravenous delivery. Products are individuality wrapped, conveniently assembled, sterilized and packaged to save valuable time.



Kiwi

Kiwi
A fresh kiwi.



Medical Thermometer

Medical Thermometer
Mercury thermometer. It consists of a bulb containing mercury attached to a glass tube of narrow diameter; the volume of mercury in the tube is much less than the volume in the bulb. The space above the mercury may be filled with nitrogen or it may be at less than atmospheric pressure, a partial vacuum.



Morphine Auto-Injector

Morphine Auto-Injector
Pain management auto-injection system. Warning: May be habit forming!



NotaCola Classic

NotaCola Classic
A comparatively unhealthy, cola flavoured, alternative to water containing carbonated water, sweeteners, flavouring agents, colouring agents and preservatives.



Orange

Orange
A fresh orange.



Painkillers

Painkillers
A moderate painkillers suitable for regular use in relief of pain and inflammation cause by moderate wounds.



PET Bottle

PET Bottle
A reusable water bottle, labeled as "Spring Water", filled with refreshing water able to rehydrate the body. The water may have come from a water source nearby.



Pipsi

Pipsi
A comparatively unhealthy, cola flavoured, alternative to water containing carbonated water, sweeteners, flavouring agents, colouring agents and preservatives.



Potato

Potato
A starchy, tuberous crop. A big one, still a bit dirty from the soil.



Powdered Milk

Powdered Milk
A dairy product manufactured by evaporating milk until dry to preserve and reduce it's weight. Has a significantly greater shelf life than liquid milk. Mix with water.



Pumpkin

Pumpkin
Pumpkin.



Rags

Rags
An assortment of torn rags.



Rasputin Kvass

Rasputin Kvass
Fermented beverage made from bread, alternative to water containing carbonated water, sweeteners, flavouring agents, colouring agents and preservatives.



Raw Boar Steak

Raw Boar Steak
A raw boar steak.



Raw Chicken Breast

Raw Chicken Breast
A raw chicken breast.



Raw Cow Steak

Raw Cow Steak
A raw cow steak.



Raw Deer Steak

Raw Deer Steak
A raw deer steak.



Raw Fish Fillet

Raw Fish Fillet
Raw flesh of a fish which has been cut or sliced away from the bone by cutting lengthwise along one side of the fish paralell to the backbone.



Raw Goat Steak

Raw Goat Steak
A raw goat steak.



Raw Human Steak

Raw Human Steak
A raw human steak.



Raw Rabbit Leg

Raw Rabbit Leg
A raw rabbit leg.



Red-coloured berries

Red-coloured berries
Some kind of berries. Small and red, but it's impossible to tell whether they are edible or not. Do you still remember your boyscout days?



Rice

Rice
A bag of rice which is the most widely consumed staple food for most of the world's human population. Usually consumed when cooked with water.



Saline Bag

Saline Bag
Sterile bag containing Isotonic saline (0.9%).



Saline Bag IV

Saline Bag IV
Sterile bag containing Isotonic saline (0.9%) with connected intravenous delivery attachment. Already contains everything needed to administer a saline transfusion.



Spite Lemon Lime

Spite Lemon Lime
A comparatively unhealthy, lemon lime flavoured, alternative to water containing carbonated water, sweeteners, flavouring agents, colouring agents and preservatives.



Syringe

Syringe
Fitted with a hypodermic needle, this is commonly used with to inject substances into the body or extract fluids from it. This syringe does not appear to contain anything.



Tetracycline Antibiotics

Tetracycline Antibiotics
Tetracycline is broad spectrum antibiotic used to treat or prevent certain bacterial infections.



Tomato

Tomato
The tomato is the edible, often red fruit/berry. The tomato is consumed in diverse ways, including raw, as an ingredient in many dishes, sauces, salads, and drinks.



Vitamin Bottle

Vitamin Bottle
A small plastic bottle with multi-vitamin pastilles. Covers vitamin A, C, D, E, K, B2, B5, and B12. Consult with your physician or pharmacist.



Water Purification Tablets

Water Purification Tablets
Often used to disinfect potentially unsafe water from common water-borne diseases. Uses hypochlorous acid for a safe and palatable result. One tablet per bottle.



Wooden Splint

Wooden Splint
Primitive splint. It gets the job done, but your broken limb will never feel the same.



Zucchini

Zucchini
Zucchini is a summer squash which can reach nearly a meter in length, but which is usually harvested at half that size or less. Zucchini is treated as a vegetable, which means it is usually cooked and presented as a savory dish or accompaniment. Botanically, however, the zucchini is a fruit.


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