Ezy Dose Ultra Fine Cut N' Crush - 1 ea.
You'll love the convenience of this compact pill cutter and crusher. The removable pill cutter has a sharp double-sided stainless steel blade that effortlessly cuts tablets in half for easier swallowing. The flexible 'arms' with ridges cut larger pills than other pill cutters and hold any size tablet steady while it's being cut. Serrated disks grind pills up faster and easier than ever before. Pills are turned into ultra-fine powder making medication easier to mix with food or beverage. Built-in pill container allows you to store medications or vitamins. Easily converts to a drinking cup by simply sliding out the tablet cutter section. Note: Enteric-coated tablets are intended to be swallowed whole and should never be split or crushed before taking. Cuts pills exactly in half. Serrated grinding surface. 4 compartment pill storage. Drinking cup with cover. Contents: one pill cutter/crusher.
Directions: Care: Gently brush the residue off blade of the tablet cutter and serrated disks of the tablet crusher with thick washcloth, being very careful not to come into direct contact with the blade. The rest of the unit can be washed in warm, soapy water and allowed to air dry.
Warnings: BLADE IS SHARP. Always avoid direct contact with blade. KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN.
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