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How Do You Keep Your Meds?


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As some of you know, I am a recriational user of medication. However, I am clearly diagnosed with obsessive compulsive disorder and consequently, one of my hobby's is to sort and label things :)

 

Ofcours the pills have fallen in the hands of my strange behavior too. After receiving (blistered) pills, I put them in those nice flacons and label them (see pic).

 

My question to you is: How do you keep your meds? Do you keep them loose pills all around your house, do you put them in a safe place and hide them, do you keep them in blister.... I am very curious :)

 

And of course, show or tell me... What is in your medicine-cabinet right now?

 

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I always just put mine in old pill bottles in hopes that if i decide to carry them on me it would be easy to b.s. the cops into believing i had a prescription, sometimes i go as far as finding bottles in which the pill description is similar to the pill's i put in it. Lol. Was thinking about getting a lock box for at home storage but that's just because I'm an extremely paranoid person, anyone else keep them locked up?

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I don't lock them up. This picture is of my flacons in a drawer that belongs to a cabinet in the middle of the living room haha

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As some of you know, I am a recriational user of medication. However, I am clearly diagnosed with obsessive compulsive disorder and consequently, one of my hobby's is to sort and label things :)

 

Ofcours the pills have fallen in the hands of my strange behavior too. After receiving (blistered) pills, I put them in those nice flacons and label them (see pic).

 

My question to you is: How do you keep your meds? Do you keep them loose pills all around your house, do you put them in a safe place and hide them, do you keep them in blister.... I am very curious :)

 

And of course, show or tell me... What is in your medicine-cabinet right now?

 

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Damn..You got quite the micro pharmacy going there... :D

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Gyre's collection is really impressive.

Mine are currently stuffed into an empty makeup bag!

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Looks good. Very interested in the kratom resin.

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Looks good. Very interested in the kratom resin.

Just order its legal. Over here in the Netherlands it is. Don't know if legal where you are situated. Crazy stuff. Very strange effects. Depends on the quantity used

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Yeah it's legal. But never seen resin tho. Just powder leaf.

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I put some in empty OTC bottles and such. Then try to hide a handfull in closets and old shoes. My problem is my 22 yr old son. And my husband. Can't keep any goodies out by mistake. So my life is in my purse. Then I change out purses to throw them off. And sleep with the thing under my bed.

I need a safe.

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I put some in empty OTC bottles and such. Then try to hide a handfull in closets and old shoes. My problem is my 22 yr old son. And my husband. Can't keep any goodies out by mistake. So my life is in my purse. Then I change out purses to throw them off. And sleep with the thing under my bed.

I need a safe.

 

Definitely. Buy one of those small fireproof safes at WM. There like 30 or 40 bucks.

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I dont use OTC or vitamin bottles. I tried that but it is too easy to get confused over what is what and then you are looking at unmarked tablets trying to figure out what it is and how many mg. I use old prescription bottles and print out some look-alike prescription labels with the contents. Just use clear packing tape to keep them on the bottles and it looks and feels like the real thing. Don't make it too real otherwise well... just enough to fool the casual medicine cabinet snoop. This way I know what is in the bottle and if anyone sees the bottles, it looks like regular prescription meds. If someone looks in your drawer with those printed labels, they are going to be very curious with all the labels and bottles. If you had the exact same stuff in prescription bottles in your medicine cabinet, it would be easy to explain by saying I have X(whatever your condition is) and that is the end of it.  If you are concerned about family members using some of them, just use a different drug name on the bottle label that they would not want to take but remember what the real contents are or put the real name in small print at the bottom or something.  I also never take anything out of blister packs, they look legit already and most people cannot distinguish blister pack prescription from cold medicine.

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I am going out of state for my sisters wedding in may. Nw the trick is where to stash them to get thru airport.

It's been 10 years since I have done this.

Obviously pm me any ideas. Don't want any wrong peepers peeping.

Also I have to leave my beloved husky behind. Trust no one with him right now... That's a whole other store, whole other forum..

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As some of you know, I am a recriational user of medication. However, I am clearly diagnosed with obsessive compulsive disorder and consequently, one of my hobby's is to sort and label things :)

 

Ofcours the pills have fallen in the hands of my strange behavior too. After receiving (blistered) pills, I put them in those nice flacons and label them (see pic).

 

My question to you is: How do you keep your meds? Do you keep them loose pills all around your house, do you put them in a safe place and hide them, do you keep them in blister.... I am very curious :)

 

And of course, show or tell me... What is in your medicine-cabinet right now?

 

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The 1mg Alps Look like 2 mg sticks Not a 1 mg.There Sticks.

Bisko

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Good eye Bisko, I was too jealous of that collection to notice. Mine don't really last long enough to bother with fancy bottles and labels.

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The 1mg Alps Look like 2 mg sticks Not a 1 mg.There Sticks.

Bisko

 

God eye indeed. However, those are clones and after some comparison with 'real' alpz, I came to the conclusion that they're 1mg at strength. Consequently, labeled as 1 mg  :)

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