Pill Terminator Review and a $250 Amazon #giveaway #ad

This is a sponsored campaign with Mums the Word Network and Pill Terminator. All opinions are my own.

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Did you know that you are not supposed to just throw away your old expired medicines? Whether it’s over the counter or prescription you can cause damage to our water supply by throwing them away or just flushing them down the toilet.  What happens is when they are flushed they go directly into the water system and the system tries to filter it out but it can’t because it’s already been broken down and contaminated the water. When you throw it away it decomposes in the landfill which then gets into our ground water. Either way it’s not a win for our environment or our Earth. If you purchase the Pill Terminator for just $12.95 you can eliminate these problems. They also make much bigger versions for places like retirement homes. It’s really a good thing so check it out. Want one of your own? You can Get 15% off your Pill Terminator order on PillTerminator.com by using coupon code “dalton’ in the checkout! 

The inside of the bottle is pretty caustic. So be careful and do not put your nose to it or your fingers in it. It smells strong like chlorine. Here’s a pic of the inside. 

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Check out the video of how the Pill Terminator works below.

Let me show you how many pills I was able to dispose of…oh and liquid too. 

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 So to sum up: Remove seal on Pill Terminator (if you have problems with seal cut it off), fill with pills to green line on bottle, fill with warm water to red line like on bottle,  put the lid on then shake hard and dispose of. This is a great way to dispose of pills properly and protect our environment and drinking water. Just in time for Earth Day too (ok it was one day late…don’t judge). 

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79 Replies to “Pill Terminator Review and a $250 Amazon #giveaway #ad”

  1. We have old meds in every junk drawer in our house! Id like to dispose of them safely for my grandkids well being.

  2. I can get rid of all those pills that we don’t use safely, it gives me peace of mind as to protect our environment & drinking water.

  3. I am very conscious of being environmentally friendly and although I don’t have many medication, I like the idea of being able to dispose of them in this manner.

  4. I like this idea of a way to get rid of pills safely. I don’t really use medications so I haven’t had this problem.

  5. I never really thought about getting rid of old pills before. I think it’s a great idea though!

  6. We called our city, and they instructed us to put them in the trash and send them to the landfill (pills, not liquids). I’m sure they were uninformed.

  7. we can get rid of all the pills that we dont use or that are expired. plus the kids wont be able to get their hands on it

  8. This is such a great idea. I can see every household needing this product every once in awhile. Very useful and great idea.

  9. I am glad to hear about this. I have a zillion old pills locked away in a high cabinet and I never know what I am supposed to do with them.

  10. I know you aren’t supposed to throw out old meds, but didn’t know something like this existed. We wind up bringing ours over to the police department since they collect them.

  11. This would be a great thing to keep around the house. I don’t like to throw out leftover medication for fear that a kid will find them or something!

  12. They do a program here like once a quarter to get rid of prescriptions. I had no idea there was something like this to use!

  13. This is something both my dad and my husband’s mom would get good use of. We don’t really take any medications, other than allergy medicine. Lots and lots of allergy medicine. Blah!

  14. I used to flush them until our town did a campaign telling us how bad that is. Now there are turn-ins where you can dispose of them.

  15. Very cool! I had no idea that existed. We haven’t thrown out old medications, but will remember this in the future.

  16. Hmmmm. Makes you wonder. If they damage the water system, imagine what they do to our bodies.

  17. I’ve never heard of anything like this. We have a lot of pills we need to get rid of now from my c-sections and other surgery.

  18. I never really have any pills that need to be tossed, but this is good to know just in case.

  19. I worked in a pharmacy as a technician years ago, and we let people drop off to dispose. This, though, is great for people who don’t have that option.

  20. I had no idea they had something like this. I never thought throwing them out was harmful!

  21. It’s pretty crazy how much this is endangering people. Pill Terminator can potentially save lives.

  22. This is a great way to get rid of unused medications and pills, especially with 3 little ones in the house!

  23. I work in the medical field and have never seen this! Great idea- I’ll recommend it to my patients for sure!

  24. This would help me get rid of all the old pills sitting around, because my husband never gets rid of anything and its a hazard.

  25. This is such a great idea. I have a lot of old pills lying around in the various medicine cabinets and drawers in my home and this is a great way to dispose of them all.

  26. The pill terminator will allow me to safely get rid of a lot of old medications I have in the house which is great.

  27. I have a lot of pills at home that I would really like to get rid of and do it in a safe way so this product would be fantastic for that.

  28. This is a really smart product, I have never seen it before, It’d great for the environment

  29. I often have over-the-counter drugs that expire before I use them all. The Pill Terminator would allow me to safely dispose of them.

  30. At last!! Even tho our city has a recycling program this product could be used immediately and no need to hang on to them until the once a year prescription recycle program. It would be great if the city could get these to people in the community

  31. My grandmother has lots of medications that need to be disposed of because the expiration dates have passed. This would be perfect.

  32. My family doesn’t use prescription medication on a regular basis but we do have them around once in a while. I think that many people, even those who don’t use prescription medications all that often would benefit from the Pill Terminator. It actually seems like a necessity to have in most homes. It would make them safer, especially with children around. It would also help keep the earth cleaner and safer.

  33. well i have a tendency to use all my meds because thats what we are supposed to do.. unused antibiotics pave the way for super bacterias that become resistive. i dont mess around with those. if i had left over pills this would be a good idea. you should contact hospitals and nursing homes as they are still flushing the expired items.

  34. This would benefit my family because we would get rid of old medications that have been in our medicine cabinet for years.

  35. The Pill Terminator would help me safely dispose of expired medicine and as a green girl that’s important to me! I want to keep as many bad chemicals out of our environment as possible!

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