Emergen-C, Pink Lemonade, 30 Count

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Feb 182016
 
Emergen-C, Pink Lemonade, 30 Count
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Emergen-C Pink Lemonade by Alacer 30 Packet Emergen-C Pink Lemonade 30 Packet Product Pink is not usually associated with power. But that was before Emergen-C got a hold of it. We packed a yummy pink lemonade flavor with the punch of 1 000 mg of vitamin C plus energy boosting B vitamins minerals and electrolytes. And to top it all off we're donating a percentage of Pink's profits to empower the fight against breast cancer through The Keep A Breast Foundation. New Improved Flavor 7 B Vitamins 24 Nutrients Electrolytes Antioxidants Suggested Use As a dietary supplement ages 14 and up one (1) packet daily. Empty contents into a glass add 46 oz of water stir. For lighter flavor mix with more water. Do not exceed suggested use – Or as directed by your healthcare professional. Supplement Facts Serving Size 1 Packet (9.4 g) Servings Per Container 30 Amount Per Serving Daily Value Calories 35 Total Carbohydrates 9 g 3 Sugars 6 g Vitamin C (as ascorbic acid zinc ascorbate chromium ascorbate) 1

GoodSense Acetaminophen Extra Strength, Pain Reliever/Fever Reducer Caplets, 500 mg, 500 Count

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Feb 162016
 
GoodSense Acetaminophen Extra Strength, Pain Reliever/Fever Reducer Caplets, 500 mg, 500 Count
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Good Sense Acetaminophen Caplets 500mg. For Adults; temporarily relieves minor aches and pains due to the common cold; headache; backache; minor pain of arthritis; toothache; muscular aches; premenstrual and menstrual cramps; temporarily reduces fever. Compare to the active ingredient in Extra Strength Tylenol Caplets.

Support Medical Cannabis / Marijuana vinyl sticker (1)

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Feb 142016
 
Support Medical Cannabis / Marijuana vinyl sticker (1)
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Support Medical Cannabis Vinyl sticker 3" by 3" by Valxart Stickers made of durable UV protected vinyl There are a few well-known forms of cannabis such as hemp that is still used for producing rope, sailing and industrial purposes. Even five thousand years ago per Wiki, however, a Chinese emperor, Shen Nung, advocated for cannabis to treat beriberi, malaria, rheumatism, constipation, absent-mindedness and menstrual cramps. And in India it was valued as a gift from the Gods and used as an effective medicine for treatment of dysentery and to lower fevers. After some historical setbacks in the U.S., many clinical reports began to emerge in the mid 70s based on new, independent research. Successful use of cannabis included cancer chemotherapy reactions and its use by many AIDS patients in the 80s as an appetite stimulant and an antidote to nausea and the toxicity of AZT therapy.