Product DescriptionEzy Dose Built-In Storage Pill Crusher - Pill Crusher - This Medication Crusher Easily Crushes Pills So They Can Be Mixed with Food or Water. Not only does it crush medication with ease but it also includes a pill storage compartment . The main features of the Pill Crusher include:.Clear Base - So you can see the pills being crushed Pill Storage Compartment - Storage compartment can hold multiple pills Built In Drinking Cup - Top portion doubles as a drinking cup for on-the-go convenience
- TRANSPARENT BASE - So you can see the pills being crushed
- PILL STORAGE COMPARTMENT - Built in pill storage compartment can hold multiple pills
- BUILT IN DRINKING CUP- Top portion doubles as a drinking cup for on-the-go convenience
- BUILT TO LAST - Quality design is made for repeated use
- EASY TO USE - Easily crushes most tablets and pills
Cleaning instructions: Before using, wash with mild detergent, rinse with warm water and allow to air dry.
- Unscrew crusher cap and place tablets into container.
- Screw the crusher cap down tightly against the tablets. Then, with a firm hold on the crusher cap, rotate the crusher cap back and forth to crush the tablets. Repeat this back and forth movement until a uniform powder has been achieved. Each time the cap is rotated back and forth, increase the forward rotation to increase the crushing pressure on the tablets. When the cap can no longer be rotated down onto the tablets, back the rotation off one or two revolutions and tap the container on the table to redistribute the powder. Repeat the back and forth crushing rotation of the cap. Do this several times to achieve an extremely fine powder.
- Remove cap to empty powdered tablets from container.
- To store medication, unscrew bottom pill container cover and fill container with tablets. Replace the cover tightly.
*THESE STATEMENTS HAVE NOT BEEN EVALUATED BY THE FOOD AND DRUG ADMINISTRATION. THESE PRODUCTS ARE NOT INTENDED TO DIAGNOSE, TREAT, CURE OR PREVENT DISEASE.
**SIMOPOULIS 2011/P204/A, B (SIMOPOULIS AP MOL. NEUROBIOL. 2011/44:203-215)