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This is a great price for Epsom Salts. I used to get the best price at Walmart, but this bag comes out to be less expensive, plus it’s delivered to my door!
I use this craft set to organize my daily pills. It comes with 8 sections which have 7 compartments each. (I use one section each day) The biggest plus for me, is that each compartment has a ‘lock’ on it that is easily opened from the side, but if you drop your pills or have little kids, you don’t have to worry about pills ending up everywhere! I also like the case, so if you need to take your meds on a trip, it is all contained in the case.
If you’re constantly taking pills, and are sick, you’re going to drink a lot of water. And you should. But sometimes it gets boring. I love Stur, I can control how much flavor I put in, and it makes a wonderful drink with seltzer water! It is sweetened with Stevia. My kids love mixing their own flavor combinations too!
VSL#3 is a medical grade probiotic that is recommended by many Lyme Specialists. It’s available in capsules, or powder which you can mix in with shakes or other food. This probiotic has kept my candida imbalance in check for the entire time I’ve been on antibiotics (almost a year so far).
Medic Alert is a great place to find the perfect alert bracelet to fit your style and price range. The best part of this company is that you have an account where you can upload all your medical information. On your bracelet they include a code and phone number emergency/hospital personnel can call to get detailed information. Since many of us Lymies have other conditions and are on a ton of medications and supplements, this is the perfect way to get all that information to the people who need it if you’re not able to tell them. https://www.medicalert.org/
My rollator has been a lifesaver for me. The Drive Medical Four Wheel Walker Rollator with Fold Up Removable Back Support is an inexpensive way to have stability when walking. I use it to push laundry baskets around, help me bring groceries in, and of course I sit on it when I need to rest.
When I am at my worst, my Karman Ergonomic Wheelchair in 18 inch Seat and Mag Wheels gets me out of bed and part of the world. I rented a chair for a long time, but it was cumbersome and didn’t fit me properly. One of the major requirements I had was to be able to have my footrests fold IN, instead of just out. This way I could get closer to counters and I wouldn’t have to remove the footrests. This is one of the few wheelchairs that offer this feature. It is super comfortable and lightweight, which is helpful for my family getting it in and out of vehicles.