So last night I was looking all over a box of off-brand Midol to find the directions for how many to take in a dose (it's usually one or two depending on what kind it is, better safe then sorry y'know so I always double-check the directions) and pretty much ALL of the box was covered in the directions, save the front of it which just stated what kind of medication it was.
And it took me WAY too long to find out what the dose was, then upon opening the box found they were packaged two by two in the packets so my efforts were for nothing.
But the directions are REALLY WEIRD. Some of the information on it is VERY contradictory!
Like how one of the things it's supposed to help with is fatigue, the medication may make you drowsy. Pretty much nullifying the problem it's supposed to help in the first place.
But one dose also has as much caffeine as a cup of coffee.
And say if you're like me and you sometimes take Tylenol PM before bed (the off-brand but still the same exact thing) it pretty much cancels out the effects of it as well. Meaning it won't help you go to sleep at all, but hey at least your cramps are gone!
Yeah, I just thought I'd share my confusion. It's just such a weird thing!
Anyways, I'll shut up now and go make some dinner and hopefully not fall asleep in it face-first.
P.S.: I finished the dango I started, but it came out lumpy like my green one. I'm gonna keep working on my pattern and see how to fix it!