Over-the-counter (OTC) medicines are drugs you can buy without a prescription. Some OTC medicines relieve aches, pains and itches. Some prevent or cure diseases, like tooth decay and athlete's foot. Others help manage recurring problems, like migraines.

In the United States, the Food and Drug Administration decides whether a medicine is safe enough to sell over-the-counter. Taking OTC medicines still has risks. Some interact with other medicines, supplements, foods or drinks. Others cause problems for people with certain medical conditions. If you're pregnant, talk to your health care provider before taking any OTC medicines.

It is important to take medicines correctly, and be careful when giving them to children. More medicine does not necessarily mean better. You should never take OTC medicines longer or in higher doses than the label recommends. If your symptoms don't go away, it's a clear signal that it's time to see your healthcare provider.

Published by: Food and Drug Administration

Items We Carry:

  • Analgesics - Internal & External
  • Antacids
  • Anti-Fungals
  • Cold & Cough
  • Dental Rinses
  • Diabetic Needs
  • DME – Durable Medical Equipment
  • Ear & Eye Drops
  • Feminine Products
  • First Aid
  • Foot Care
  • Homeopathic Remedies
  • Laxatives
  • Lip Remedies
  • Medical Leg Wear
  • Moisturizers
  • Motion Sickness
  • Rectal Products
  • Skin Care
  • Sleep Aids
  • Supplements
  • Vitamins

We’re happy to special order items not in stock, order processing usually takes only one business day to receive item(s).