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Finally TAKE CONTROL of your Daily Medication Regimen!
Easy to Fill at Home, Cards & Pouches are Perfect for Caregivers & Seniors
Why use a dirty old plastic pill box when you can use clean, disposable, easy to fill and use multi-med blister cards and pouches
These are the EXACT same Medication Blister Cards used by Pharmacies throughout the USA and around the World
Just Starting Out, get your Starter Kit - Includes 26 Cards and 26 Blisters, Filling Foam & Roller (6 Month Supply)
The right medication packaging can benefit both the caregiver and the patient, the right package can even allow the patient to be more independent. A well designed medication organizer will make it easy for the patient to be able to take their medication correctly and on time. CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE
Perfect for Caregivers, Seniors and Pharmacies, Disposable Multi-Med & Single Dose Blister Cards for Home Use
Used by Pharmacists
These are the exact multi-med blister cards used by professional pharmacists around the world to help patients take their medications correctly each day of the week.
Fill at Home, Easy to Use
When it’s the right time of day, it’s very easy to push through the foil backing to release your medications. Bad memory, the broken foil indicates the dose was taken.
Filling Cards as Caregivers
As a Caregiver, you’ll have peace of mind by securely filling and sealing blister cards for your loved ones. You can fill several weeks of cards in advance.
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Is your Adherence to Complicated Medication Regimens Jeopardizing your Independence? Watch this Walter Reed Hospital Study.
A Study at Walter Reed National Military Medical Hospital Backs These Cards Up.
Are you a senior who’s worried about taking the right medication, the right dose at the right time each day?
In the study Dr Alan Taylor and his colleagues created a pharmacy care program with individualized multi-dose blister cards containing all of the participants pills. This program improved their adherence from 61% to over 96%.
Researchers measured medication adherence rates in elderly people before they entered the program and again while they were in the program, the findings appear in Jama, the journal of the American Medical Association.
Most of the 200 elderly people in this study took medications to lower their blood pressure and cholesterol. While in the pharmacy care program the participants blood pressure and cholesterol levels improved.
The 7-Day 4-Pass Multi-Med Card Blister. Easy to assemble and fill yourself, watch the video!
Don’t worry it’s super easy to fill your card in 4 easy steps, save time by filling several cards at one time to cover 2, 3 or even 4 weeks. The multi-med blister card will help you organize all of your medications for a specific day and time in one blister.
The 31-Day Multi-Med Blister Card. Easy to assemble and fill yourself, watch the video!
Thinking about Medication Pouch Packaging? Our Home Filling System makes it Quick and Easy
Easy to carry in a Purse or Pocket, perfect for road trips and those on the go.
Medication pouch packaging is perfect for people on the go, as these multidose pouches are easily carried in a pocket or in a purse. Each sealed pouch can be labeled as morning, noon, afternoon, evening or even bedtime. These pouches are perforated so they can easily be opened. Our kit makes it easy to quickly fill these medication pouches, the kit comes with an electronic sealer, a filling tray and a roll of 200 pouches. Watch the video above to see easy it is to fill and use these medication pouches at home to make a one week, morning and afternoon doses, its so quick and easy. Try our pouch packaging kit today. Learn More »
Rx Destroyer - Drug Disposal Made Easy, Dispose of Old & Outdated Medications Easily & Safely
Rx Destroyer (NEW)
Rx Destroyer™ provides ready-to-use, chemical drug destruction for all purpose and liquid medications including pills, capsules, patches, powders, suppositories, liquids and cannabis waste. Our drug disposal product is pharmacist approved and recommended, Rx Destroyer is found in pharmacies across the United States, Canada and South America.
Just drop your old medications into the bottle’s liquid, once full drop in the packet of hardener and toss it into any common trash receptacle. Learn More »
My Mum has Parkinson's and uses these Cards to Correctly take her Medications on Time Every Day
This is my wonderful mother, her name is Margaret. Several years ago she developed Parkinson’s disease and it’s progressed to the point where she has a hard time remembering to take her medications on time. Mum’s problem isn’t that she needs to take a lot of medications each time period, but that she needs to take them at very specific times of the day, ie. 7am, 11am, 3pm and 7pm. Without the exact amount of medication in her system throughout the day she’ll develop the symptoms that you associate with Parkinson’s, which includes tremors and loss of balance and we certainly don’t want that. Follow this link to see how I setup my mum’s card to make it really easy for her to use. Learn More »
Customer Testimonials - See what our Customers are saying about our Medication Packaging!
Our 83 year old beloved mother, was diagnosed 2 years ago with the beginning of Alzheimer’s, and 6 months ago with stage 4 cancer. She’s very independent and we wanted to keep her safe as she’s being cared for by my father at home. She has 20+ different medications, and are to be taken at various times throughout the day. Our daughter-in-law is a pharmacist and suggested we ensure Mom’s medication safety by making her blister packs. My sister is a Palliative care physician and agreed, and found Medication Packaging Solutions online.Read More »
Assisted Living Facilities and their Expensive Single Dose Medication Blister Cards that they want you to Buy!!!
Medication blister cards supplied by an Assisted Living Facility can cost $10 to $20 a day or more!
Does your loved one live in an Assisted Living facility and does it insist that you pay huge fees to have your meds packaged in blister packs? Facility supplied blister cards can be expensive as they insist on using their own contract pharmacy that in most cases isn’t covered by your insurance. In most states Assisted Living residents are considered medically stable. The facility is their home and you can supply your own less expensive meds (from Walgreens, CVS, etc.) packaged in your own single dose cards or pill pack (most facilities will require single dose cards? Read More »