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 Healthcare products to send along with parents
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Posted on 01-07-15 10:49 AM     Reply [Subscribe]
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what are some healthcare products to send along with my parents to Nepal from US that will be really useful to them? i wanted to buy a juicer but it doesn't run in 220 volts. is there any way it can run in Nepal?
Posted on 01-07-15 11:32 AM     [Snapshot: 44]     Reply [Subscribe]
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Any applicance can run in Nepal if you get the proper converter/transformer.

Multivitamin perhaps? Bayer, Tylenol? Not sure if they are found back home. Blood pressure monitor (one with good reviews), Other items depend upon the ailments your parents might have (like diabetes test kit etc).

Posted on 01-07-15 12:38 PM     [Snapshot: 96]     Reply [Subscribe]
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Try Centrum Silver Ultra Men's/ Women's Multivitamin/Multimineral Supplement. They are pretty liked by parents who are 50+ and will last for around 6 months. I send couple of times and got good feedback too.
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green tea bags. it is light weight. olive oil. these items are cheaper here than in nepal.
Posted on 01-07-15 9:31 PM     [Snapshot: 249]     Reply [Subscribe]
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Vitamin won't do anything if you drink dirty water to swallow that vitamin.

Thats why you need ...BRITA water pitcher
You can get at Target for $19 includes 2 filter, and buy 10 filters for $29.99
1 filter can used up to 40 gallons, but we Nepalese push little further up to 60 gallon

Posted on 01-08-15 1:50 PM     [Snapshot: 367]     Reply [Subscribe]
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Thank you Folks.
Kiddo, where do you buy those converters? can they work with heavy duty items like the nutribullet?

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