How many times have you been out and out of no where you get this bad headache, or maybe if your like me and you eat something that does not agree with my stomach and I get an upset stomach or my heartburn starts up at the wrong time. I hate carrying around all my medications in my purse, for one it is not the best idea and my purse would be extremely heavy. I recently was asked to review UrgentRX Fast Powders.
I have seen these at my pharmacy when I go to pick up our medications and I remember telling Ronnie that this was a great idea. I love the idea of UrgentRX Fast Powders. This is a new line of over-the-counter medications that are formulated as powders sold in credit card sized packets. Simply rip the packet open and pour the powder into your mouth. The powder is fast dissolving, so you’ll get relief 2 1/2 times faster than with traditional pills. Sometimes we need that extra push!
Here Are The Available formulas:
Ache and Pain
Critical Care Aspirin
They’re credit card sized packets of medicine powder, and are perfect to take with you anywhere. I loved being able to take the packets with me and use them whenever and wherever I wanted to. There was no need for water because the powder dissolves immediately in your mouth. I also thought the flavors were great. It didn’t taste like medicine at all. They are also FDA compliant and they are child resistant – you need to fold and tear them open at the mark.
UrgentRx Fast Powders are available at retailers nationwide to include Walgreens, HyVee, King Soopers, Fred Myer (and many more!) and online at drugstore.com, Amazon and Pharmaca. They retail for approximately $13.99 for 12 packets and can fit in your purse or wallet with ease.
Critical Care Aspirin: 325mg of Aspirin in lemon-lime
Headache: 325mg of Aspirin, 30mg of Caffeine in lemon-lime
Ache & Pain: 650mg of Aspirin, 60mg of Caffeine in lemon-lime
Allergy Attack: 25mg of Diphenhydramine HCI in raspberry
Upset Stomach: 525mg of Bismuth subsalicylate in cherry
Heartburn: 1000mg of Calcium carbonate in mixed berry.