From AmPart’s CMO.




6 responses to “Medications

  1. Stormbringer

    Very nice article on what to have on hand or get. It is concise and appears to be well researched. Many thanks to the author.

  2. Shelf life expiration is about product turnover. Period.

    • SemperFi, 0321

      I’ve got a buddy who really believes his beer will suddenly go bad after the expiration date.
      We’ve indoctrinated a whole generation or 2 of idiots just over beer labels.

      • If kept out of extremes of temperature and light,
        meds can last and be effective way past their
        ‘due date’. Also it’s very good to know how to
        help the body repair itself and maintain itself
        without the use of ‘Big Pharma’ (they are useful,
        but better to not be totally dependent on them).

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        It’s like Ken Royce/BTP said in his survival book regarding
        “food”; garbage-in-garbage-out and folks then have to take
        a Big Pharma ‘antidote’ for the poison that is actually WORSE
        than the poison.

        NorthGunner – The Truth Is It’s OWN Defense!

    • An exception.

      Do not ignore expiration dates for the tetracycline class—includes minocycline, usually Rxd for acne, and the excellent MRSA antibiotic doxycycline. The tetracyclines become hepatotoxic.

  3. Alfred E. Neuman

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