Saving medicine at home as a form of alertness whenever there is a sick family, is a form of good anticipation. But sometimes due to too long store the medicine, the expiration of the medicine was not felt has passed. Then if it remains safe if the medicine that has been expired we consume?
Apparently according to the explanation of dr. Manny quoted from Fox News page, the drug expired is still safe if consumed. Expiration limits are generally written by the manufacturer shows the guarantee of function and usefulness.
So it does not mean if it is past the expiration period then the drug will turn into toxins for the body, she explained.
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA), an American food agency even found in its research that almost all drugs (90 percent) tested, are still safe for 15 years after expiration.
Of course, the results of the study were questioned by many, especially about the healing function of the drug if it is past the grace period.
In addition, the danger of side effects that can arise for the patient was questioned.
Moreover, the type of drug nitroglycerin, insulin, and liquid antibiotics are known to not be used beyond the expiry date because it has been through a series of tests.
Of course, it is better to use drugs that have not expired, so you are advised not to store drugs in large quantities at home.