What to do with old supplements

Discussion in 'Supplements' started by extremecheddar, Feb 11, 2014.

  1. extremecheddar

    extremecheddar Member

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    I have tons of old supplements that some time after purchasing I discovered: it gives me allergic reaction, had bad ingredients, wasn't in the right form, didn't work, ect...

    Does anyone have an idea of what to do with these so they don't go to waste. I would love to get some money back out of them.
    If i call the manufacturer and claim it didn't do what it was supposed to will they refund me?
    Do people buy half used supps for discount price?(not smart)
    Is my money wasted?
    Should i just box them up and throw them in the closet?
     
  2. Blossom

    Blossom Moderator

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    I have the same problem. Some of mine I've given to friends, family or coworkers that I thought might be able to use them. If you decide to throw them away it's a good idea to let them decompose in used wet coffee grounds so some unsuspecting animal or dumpster diver doesn't get sick from eating them. That's how pharmacists recommend disposing of old medicines.
     
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