Saturday, April 12, 2014

Pill Terminator #Review & $250 Amazon Gift Card #Giveaway #ad

This is a sponsored campaign with Mums the Word Network and Pill Terminator. All opinions are my own.

Finally, a safe and easy way to dispose of your unused or unwanted pills and medication. Did you know that by flushing medications down the toilet, you are exposing not only your communities drinking water, but also the local lakes and rivers, to unnatural drugs and hormones that are harming or even killing off the eco-system? Throwing unused medications in the trash is also becoming a serious hazard, especially in households with children or pets. A tipped over trash can, or a curious toddler can easily find dangerous or even deadly prescription drugs and ingest them without notice. Pets are usually even more willing to gobble up anything they find on the floor. Why risk your family's, communities, or environments health and safety by irresponsibly tossing medication in the garbage? It's so easy to safely discard pills, tablets, capsules, liquids, or powders with the Pill Terminator.




Properly disposing of your unused medications is as easy as Fill, Shake, and Throw Away! I'll walk you through the whole process right here, today! First, you'll order your Pill Terminator from their website for just $12.95.




You can also buy packs of more, including large bulk packs for nursing/retirement homes, hospitals, or disposing of expired medications at pharmacies. Once you receive your Pill Terminator in the mail, you just follow these easy steps below:

Remove the outer safety seal from the Pill Terminator bottle.

Remove the lid.

Remove the inner safety seal.
*There will be a strong chlorine/bleach smell! If you struggle to remove the seal, cut it with a knife.*



Dump your medication into the bottle. 

*One Pill Terminator will hold up to 300 medium-size pills. There is a green line on the label you can use to guide you as to how much liquid, or how many pill you can fill the bottle with*

Fill up to the red line with warm water.

Replace the cap on the bottle.

Shake.

Throw away.

Safe - Easy - and Fast! This entire process took me less than 5 minutes. You can find more info by connecting with Pill Terminator on Facebook and Twitter. You can also get 15% off your Pill Terminator order on PillTerminator.com by using coupon code “dalton’ in the checkout!

Pill Terminator is also hosting a $250 Amazon Gift Card giveaway, open through 5/17 to residents of the United States only.

Disclaimer: Baby and the Chi's blog received the product(s) mentioned in this post for the purpose of review and evaluation. All opinions expressed in this post are 100% my own.

9 comments:

  1. I think it is a great idea! I wish I had heard of it sooner! I would love to try it to the next time I clean out the medicine cabinet.

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  2. Great idea! No more having to cart my pills to the drug store for disposal,,,of course which I always forget, and I have no idea what they do with them!

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  3. I think it is a great idea especially as it increases bacterial resistance to antibiotics.

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  4. Nearly every time we are given any type of pain pill we take only one or two and the rest are piled up. I'd rather get rid of them, but didn't know how to do so safely before.

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  5. What a wonderful idea! And such an easy, safe and fast way of disposing of unused medications!

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  6. That is so freakin cool! I have a whole caddy filled with old RX meds, I just feel so guilty throwing them in the trash, and sometimes they don't flly dissolve in the sink. Pretty nifty!!!

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  7. This would be good for some of the leftover pills that we have. I have had medications changed after taking them for a couple of weeks and the leftovers are usually thrown in the garbage. Some of these medications would probably be very harmful to a little one if they got ahold of them. We don't have any little kids in our house, but it would be safer to destroy them this way anyway.

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  8. This would benefit me because I have a dog who likes to eat everything and I would never want him to get a pill that I had leftover.

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  9. The Pill Terminator would definitely make disposing of excess medications a lot easier for us. Our local collection points are only available a couple of times a year.

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