Have You Heard About PillPack?


PillPack is a full-service pharmacy that organizes your prescription medication and other health supplements into daily packs sorted by time and day – delivered to your door. Their goal is to simplify the medication management process so the only thing you have to worry about is taking your medication, and you can let them worry about the rest.

This is such a great idea that I just had to share.  How many of you out there tediously put all your prescriptions or vitamins into weekly pill-box and have to do this EVERY SINGLE WEEK?  How many of you are concerned about an elderly relative that has to do this by themself and may not be doing it correctly or are forgetting to add certain medications to their pill-box?

Think about the convenience of the PillPack.  Going out-of-town for a few days and don’t want to bring your big pill box with a weeks worth of pills with you?  Now you can just tear off the PillPacks for the days you will be gone.

Refills are managed for you and you can call and talk to a Pharmacist 24/7!   They even send you a text before every shipment asking if you need to update any medications or shipping address.

There is an easy-to-read label that includes an image of each medication and dosing directions.  How cool is that to have the name, dosage and even a picture of what the pill looks like all in one place.


It comes shipped free to your door so no more driving to the pharmacy and waiting in lines.  There are no added fees to use the PillPack pharmacy, just the normal insurance copays. Each shipment contains a personalized PillPack, a recyclable dispenser with label, scheduled medications that don’t fit in packets, and any medications you take only when you need them.


Still have questions or want to learn more?  Click on the links below to have any questions answered, see reviews, or to sign up today.



Best of health to you all!

Choosing healthy living over dying 🙂

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