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Summer Pharmaceutical Guide

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Summer is almost over but if you are planning one last trip before school starts back up, you may want to pick up the following items to have on hand. All of them would be of use even when it’s not Summer so you can get more than one use out of them!

*Reviewing/Mentioning a product does not mean I am recommending it to everyone. You should never take medication without checking with your doctor first. I cannot be held responsible for anything that happens if you choose to take any medication or use any product mentioned here.

Anacin
Aspirin + Caffeine NSAID Pain Reliever
100 Coated Tablets
Temporarily Relieves minor aches and pains due to headache, sore throat, toothache, muscular aches, cold, backache, arthritis or menstrual cramps

It’s always good to have a pain reliever on hand, no matter what you are doing! This is definitely one you can use anytime!

Auro-Dri
Ear Drying Aid for Swimmer’s Ears
Isopropyl Alcohol 95% in a Anhydrous Glycerin 5% base
Helps relieve clogged ear discomfort due to bathing, showering and swimming

I’ve never had swimmer’s ear but I’m not one of those people who go swimming a lot. I’ve heard it’s very painful though. This product, safe for kids is meant to dry up in inside of the ear.

Bonine
Prevents Motion Sickness in Chewable Once-A-Day Tablet
Meclizine Hydrochloride – Antiemetic
Prevents and treats nausea, vomiting or dizziness associated with motion sickness

I’ve never heard about motion sickness being hereditary but both my daughter and I have it. She even got sick once on a 45 minute city bus ride. I have to take a motion sickness pill anytime I’m going on a longer drive but then I end up being really sleepy and falling asleep. I hate it. Bonine prevents motion sickness without making you so drowsy you will fall asleep.

Pronto Plus (Travel Size)
Kills Bedbugs & Dust Mites Where They Hide
Various Chemicals
To Kill those bedbugs!

Some areas in Ontario are having major problems with bedbugs. If you have them, you need to get rid of them fast. If you are travelling, you don’t know what the place is like and if there are bedbugs or not. Bring the travel size spray with you to your motel and treat it while you are out, before you unpack.

*Disclosure: I received the product(s) mentioned above free of charge by the company or PR representative for evaluation purposes. No other compensation was provided. See my Disclosure Policy for more information. 

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