The non-aspirin mystery pill

The non-aspirin mystery pill….

wow I just went to the front desk where I work and asked for something for a headache…advil? tylenol, maybe? The receptionist pulled a little pill pack out of the company first-aid box.

It’s the least descriptive pill packet I’ve ever seen. It’s labelled “Non-Aspirin” as its apparent name. There isn’t an active ingredients list…is it Ibuprofin? dunno. Acetaminophen? maybe. Crack? could be. All we know is that it’s not Aspirin. The directions for use I also find amusing: “Adults and children 12 years of age or older: 1 or 2 tablets 3 or 4 times daily.” could they be more vague?  Really they’re just taking a wild guess, right? They, being the people who packaged it, don’t seem to know what it is or what it does or how effectively. lol

So, if you hear I’ve been hospitalized….

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