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Medications and supplements in tablet form do not have to be in their original prescription bottles. Putting them in the weekly travel pill holders is fine.
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Please remember, we are only discussing TABLET medication here; if you have any liquid medications in your carry on, you must declare them to the TSA screener; exceptions are made for bottled, prescription, liquid medications. Please see more, here:
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