Tuesday, July 19, 2011
HIVES - Part III - Treating the Symptoms
I've drunk a bottle and a half of Caladryl so far and am still getting hives.
Ha Ha! THAT WAS A JOKE. The Caladryl is for "external use only".
To the reader of this blog - DO NOT DRINK CALADRYL BECAUSE OF WHAT I SAID EARLIER AND THEN SUE ME.
Actually, I was quite surprised that there is no DO NOT DRINK warning blasted in bold type across the bottle. Just in the fine print on the back:Warnings for external use only.
True, it does say "Topical Analgesic" on the front. But they don't seriously believe that the typical user is going to have a clue as to what those two words mean separately, let alone together. Do they?
It's more likely that the user will think "Topical Analgesic"? Isn't that like a piña colada?
If you ask me, this is a lawsuit waiting to happen. Johnson & Johnson, just think about it.