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Hangover kit question

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I've never had any trouble traveling with unlabeled OTC meds, but I think I would spend a little extra for the packaged packets. Maybe you don't need to do a hangover kit for everyone ...... do you think grandma will be whooping it up?? If not, then maybe you will come out even by only putting it in bags for guests that might actually need a hangover kit.

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I know this is a no-no for my group. I have some guests that can't take Tylenol and some that use certain OTC meds but not others. Having them in single pouches with all the of the manufacturer's info on them is a definite.

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I do not think i would take meds that are not in original package. I also wonder if it would be allowed on the through Customs etc...

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I wouldn't have any issues with it if I were a guest, but that's assuming I know the bride/groom very well. If you check the DIY forum, some girls have made their own custom mini packages and simply filled them up once they arrived at their destination. This way you don't have to worry about the airlines or customs questioning what you're carrying, and you can buy the meds in bulk and save yourself some hard-earned $$$.

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