White medicine cabinet – How to order medications is one of those recurring questions that I receive every bit. However, it is a post that has cost me a lot to decide to write and it is a subject that I think I had not tried so far in the blog. The truth is that I have very few medications at home. Luckily, we do not usually get bad very often. The difficulty in this case is that it depends a lot on each case. It is not something that is easy to generalize. Still, I will try to give you some guidelines. The first thing you have to take into account, and it’s no small thing, is that the medications expire.
Without having entered your home I am sure that in your medicine box (because it is usually a box) I am sure that there is an expired medication. White medicine cabinet is things that we have to handle with care. I have the feeling that in recent years they have lost a little respect and that may cost us more than a fright. An expired medication is not the same as an expired pea. In this I think it is better to be careful than to be short. Check the medication box twice a year. You can make it match your spring and fall cleaning, so you do not forget it.
Never throw the box away and just keep the blister or the bottle. It is true that it occupies less space, but the expiration dates do not look so good and it is also easier to suffer an error. Again, with white medicine cabinet, it is better to be cautious than to fall short. Finally, if you have to take a prolonged treatment in time and daily, a trick that works for me is preparing the medication for the whole week in a pillbox or something similar. I like this one because you can organize the whole week but take only the daily boxes if you need to take it to the office.