What Medicines Should You Keep in the Medicine Cabinet?

Medicines Cabinet

Keeping certain medicines on hand is a good idea in case of emergencies. You can’t know when allergies will flare, a headache will come on, or you just need an additional boost. Being prepared in these instances can help save you the inconvenience of a trip to the store to purchase medicine for your ailments. Having high quality products on hand is a good idea. But what medicines should you keep in the medicine cabinet?

Supplements for Overall Health

Taking a high quality, balanced omega-3 and omega-6 supplement like MDPA Omega Plus can help support normal blood pressure, kidney function, regulate blood sugar levels, healthy skin and joints, and even cellular metabolism. People of all ages can benefit from taking an omega supplement. Whether you’re 20 or 80, it is a good idea to have this one in your medicine cabinet. Balancing your blood sugar is important, as imbalanced blood sugar levels can have a dramatic effect on your overall health. MDPA Glucose Support is a great choice to help your body naturally maintain healthy blood sugar levels. 

Anti Inflammatory Medicines

Some type of anti-inflammatory is a good idea to have on hand for bumps and swelling. A natural choice like the homeopathic remedy arnica is good for bumps, bruises, and swelling. There are many natural options for anti-inflammatories that contain blends of herbs. MDPA Curcumin C3 Complex has been used for its anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, and wound healing properties, making it a great choice to keep on hand. Whether you’ve got a headache, or some localized swelling, this product can help naturally support your body to wellness. 

Allergy Medicines

If spring allergies get you down, MDPA Allergy Support has a great combination of vitamin C, nettle leaf extract, bromelain, and turmeric. This product can not only help alleviate your allergy symptoms, but it can also help quell overall inflammation. Many people suffer from seasonal allergies, but that doesn’t have to be the case. Not only will the allergy support supplement help your body cope with allergies, but it can also help support overall immune health so your body can better fight off illness. 

Wellness Supporting Supplements – Medicines

If you’ve come down with an illness, a general immune support product like MDPA Quercetin + Formula can be beneficial to help get the immune system back on track. This product is also a wonderful choice for allergy support, doing double duty! For support during detoxification, MDPA NAC can be an excellent assist. N-acetyl-cysteine is an amino acid that is the precursor to the master antioxidant glutathione. If your liver needs some support, this can really help. 

First Aid Supplies 

First aid supplies including band aids, rubbing alcohol, hydrogen peroxide, syringes, cotton balls, and gauze are always a good idea to have on hand in case of emergencies. While these are all generally found in medicine cabinets and first aid kits, you may not realize there are other items it may be helpful to have. Some less commonly thought of first aid kit supplies include:

  • Gloves
  • Splint
  • Two triangular bandages
  • Medical tape
  • Tourniquet
  • Elastic bandage

Most people may feel more confident purchasing an already put together first aid kit, and that can be a great option. Whether you build your own or buy one already supplied, it can be very helpful to have all of these supplies on hand. You might also consider purchasing a kit for each vehicle in case something happens while you are away from home. 

Let Us Help You on Your Health Journey

Dr. Leo, Dr. Rosenberg and their team enjoy helping our clients with any health concerns. If you’ve been dealing with seasonal allergies, chronic illness, or other health issues, we would love to help you. We are located at 6321 Executive Blvd, Rockville, MD 20852, in the Executive office park. Give our office a call today to schedule- you’ll be glad you did!

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Dr. L. J. Leo

Dr. Leo began his education at the Virginia College of Osteopathic Medicine in Blacksburg, Virginia, where he earned his doctorate in osteopathy. He completed his internal medicine residency through the U.S. Army and had the honor of serving multiple overseas tours before retirement.

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