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.
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