One Simple Way to Make Pill Taking Easier

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Taking pills suck.

No matter which illness you have, there is a great chance you have to take a pill for it. And maybe not just a medicinal pill. It could be a herbal supplement or probiotic or vitamin supplement. Either way, everything about taking pills suck.

Sorting the pills by days and quantity.

Fitting ALL those pills into ONE TINY slot in the pill box.

Opening and closing the weekly pill container with already painful, swollen hands.

And the most aggravating part of it all – remembering to take the pills! 

It’s all overwhelming. I don’t know how many times I’ve said to myself, “Isn’t there an easier way to do this?!” I’m happy to announce that now there is an easier way!

Introducing the HERO of pill taking – the smart appliance that stores, dispenses, and manages all your pills for you and your loved ones. This product is perfect for the person taking the pills as well as your caregivers (scroll down for a short video of this product).

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At only nine inches tall, this appliance will relieve the burden of pill taking like no other product on the market.

There are many features I like about the HERO, but these are the key features that draw me in:

  • takes any size and shape of pill
  • pills dispensed at a touch of a button – literally
  • holds over a month supply of up to ten different pills
  • locked and password protected (think kid safety)
  • notifications of when to take your pills
  • running low notification
  • Wifi capable

Seriously – any size or shape of pill! How neat is that?!

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And the HERO is not just about you, but also about your loved ones. 

If you are a caregiver, this product is also great for you. The HERO can send notifications to alert you about your loved one taking their pills, and provide you with a daily end-of-day report about how well your loved one is staying on track with their medications.

Enough of my talking about it – watch this video to see how effective the HERO can be for you.

Also, with every purchase of HERO,1% of your HERO purchase will help fund a life-changing medical treatment for a person in need thanks to the partnership of Watsi.

Right now, my readers will receive $50 off their pre-order of HERO. Also, with each pre-order, receive FREE shipping.

2 thoughts on “One Simple Way to Make Pill Taking Easier”

  1. It does look like a very cool new gadget – could be helpful for a lot of people – but 10 different pills? ha ha My son and I each take about 50 different pills each day. I would love to find an easier way, but I think for now, we are stuck with me spending 90 minutes every Monday sorting them all into 14 different weekly reminder boxes for the two of us!

    I will have to change things up a bit soon. My son is 21 and will need to learn to do this on his own soon. Right now, since we take many of the same supplements, it’s just easier for me to do it all at once – he comes home from college once a week so I can. But at some point, we will need to buy doubles of everything so he can do it himself.

    This looks like a really cool new product – thanks for sharing it!


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    1. That is a lot of pills! I see why you do it for your son. I do a lot of things for my husband because of the same reason – if I’m already doing it for me, I’ll make it easier on him and do it for him, too. It is a cool dispenser, and I’d like to get one for our home.

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