Generic Advil ( Ibuprofen ) Single Use Pack
Individually Packaged Ibuprofen packages for Travel or First Aid Kit Resupply.
Take advantage of this price to buy in bulk Ibuprofen (Generic Advil) packages to stock up your medicine cabinet or make a bunch of personal medical kits.
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Each package is a single adult dose. Generic Single Use packets of Ibuprofen Pain Reliever NSAD. The generic version of Advil.
Generic Brands will vary but specifications are the same and all are first line USA suppliers.
Super Lightweight and valuable to have when traveling.
Ibuprofen is a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAD). Headaches, backaches, the common cold, minor pain of arthritis, toothaches, menstrual cramps, and muscular aches can be milder with Ibuprofen. Fever, including sunburn can also be temporarily relieved.
200 Milligrams Ibuprofen per tablet, 2 tablets per packet.
Packet weight: 0.9 grams
Each Packet contains Qty 2 each of 200mg pills per packet (400mg total dosage) .
We check all packages to make sure you have at least 6 months before printed expiration date. Most have 1 year to 2 year periods, but it varies with each shipment.
This presents a hurdle for those of us creating long term disaster survival kits. The food we place in the kits can last 10-25 years when properly packaged. We want the medicines to have similar durability.
Do I have to worry about expiration dates ?
It is important to differentiate between the printed expiration date AND true shelf life. Many medicines can have longer shelf life than that printed on the package.
The printed expiriation date is the date beyond which the manufacturer cannot guarantee the strength and potency of their product. In most cases this is a worst case scenario. The manufacturer cannot control the storage of the item after production. Factors are highly variable, how much light, moisture or temperature changes their product might be exposed to vary greatly. Manufacturers are generally very conservative, posting short expiration dates. Plus - manufacturers have a financial incentive to sell more - the early expiration dates "build in" repeat business.
If a medication undergoes prolonged and varied exposure to light, air and moisture, the active ingredients in the product react, rendering a change in the drug's potency. For example when aspirin is stored in a typical bathroom medicine cabinet, it is exposed to frequent cycles of high humidity and slow drying periods. The prolonged exposure to moisture in the air makes the active ingredient in aspirin convert to acetic acid, which is why old aspirin smells like vinegar.
When building a disaster survival kit - consider these factors and properly store your kit, in a cool, dark, dry place. Keep and reuse packs of Silica Gel that come with new products - use them in your kit to control moisture. If possible vacumm seal products in your survival kit (see sidebar).
If properly stored, most off the shelf medicines can have extended life. In a true disaster, it is better to have access to a properly stored , yet expired medication rather than nothing at all.
Take advantage of our low bulk rate prices and stock up your kits today.
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