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Old 11-28-2012, 01:55 PM   #32
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Originally Posted by ecubed View Post
Right,,,,how about Benedril? (sp).
Just about any medication will not hold up well to being left out exposed to the elements vs sitting in your medicine cabinet. So replace it a little bit sooner than the label says and you can be rather sure everything is A-OK. Besides it is cheap being OTC. Since your question is not too clear to me I will rattle on hoping to hit the mark. For allergic reactions like the type you get from insect stings (bees, wasps, scorpions, etc) epi is the life saver. Benedril will take too long to really help in emergency situations. So don't skimp if you have such an allergy and keep your epi near by. But for general hay fever, and other mild allergies it is fine if it works for you.
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