Ok ay not be usefull to some folks but like me those who have to take a mirage of pills daily currently I have to take 13 seperate pills daily so sorting them out into daily dosages is time consuming and in my case dangerous as I often forget to take them some days and have in the past taken two lots in one day and been very ill,my Angel sorts out my pills but when she has been ill I have great difficulty keeping up.
When last in our chemist Boots the assistant told us about a scheme Boots run where they will put up the prescription into daily doses in an easy to use bubble pack lasting a week,.

Not exactly bubble more paper easier to push the pills out so as long as I stick to day by day use should not forget to take my pills and have more time to spend with Angel

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Comment by Brian (bsc) on February 5, 2013 at 3:07pm

"Holy donut hole batman" that is an awesome service. Do they split pills? I have two pills that have to be split and one is taken on alternate days. I can never figure it out. I think it is going to make hair grow on my fingernails.

Comment by David (dns) on February 5, 2013 at 4:35pm

WOW. If only I could get someone to package my daily supplements that way . . . now that WOULD be heaven . . .

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