Medication is one of the most important items to pack when traveling, especially if traveling to foreign destinations or places where a trip to the pharmacy may require basic knowledge of another language. Therefore, packing medicines is a must, but tossing a few pills into a zip-top plastic bag isn’t always the safest and smartest way to travel with meds.
A company called PrimeMed creates curated packs with Medique medications, one of which is called the Goodbye Headaches and Allergies carry-along medicine pack and includes 10 single-use packs of medication that can help alleviate the symptoms of headaches and common allergies.
The kit includes two packets each of the following: Diphen (an antihistamine similar to Benadryl, 25 mg per tablet, one tablet per package); Loradamed (a non-drowsy medicine for upper respiratory allergies, 10 mg per tablet, one tablet per package); aspirin (325 mg per tablet, two tablets per package); non-aspirin (also known as acetaminophen, a pain reliever and fever reducer, 325 mg per tablet, two tablets per package); and ibuprofen (a pain reliever, fever reducer and swelling reducer, 200 mg per tablet, two tablets per package).
Medique is a brand that sells FDA-approved medicines for worry-free travel, ensuring you’ll never run out of the over-the-counter medicines you may need in case of emergency.
The 10 individually sealed, foil packages are TSA-approved and clearly labeled for easy access. The kits can be purchased on Amazon.com for $6.99.
Bleisure — it’s a term we’re all familiar with these days. After all, millennials drive the rising trend, combining business and leisure trips regularly. Take a few days to decompress in a new destination after a hectic schedule of meetings and business.
Lantern festivals are sweeping the nation. Lanterns originated in China, but made their way across the world. Lantern lights are mesmerizing when they light up the night sky. I always think of the scene in the Disney movie Tangled, where the whole town sends lanterns up to the sky in honor of the missing princess and the entire sky is covered with lanterns. Travel around the world to see the best lantern festivals.
Spend the holidays at National Harbor, a growing destination conveniently located just south of Washington, D.C. National Harbor offers something for everyone this season, whether you’re traveling with the family in tow, seeking a romantic pre-holiday getaway or want to host a friends’ weekend for the season.