Return of Unwanted Medicine

We dispose of your unwanted medicines safely through the RUM programme. In fact before political correctness hit full cycle, we also had an OPAL programme to make same available to poor people, help to save lives and do good in the world. Someone at the W.H.O. thought it would be a good idea to cease this.

How does it work?

We collect your unused medication and place it in sealed, yellow buckets. These are then picked up and delivered to a high-temperature incinerator where they return to the atmosphere in their original components of carbon, nitrogen, oxygen, sulphur and phosphorus, with traces of fluorine.

Importance

I don’t need to remind you that unused medicine can possibly make children – and also adults – very ill or in some cases, be fatal.

Benefit to you

This system allows you to keep a clear medicine cupboard and prevents accidental “doubling up” on medication if the doctor should change your prescription. Taking such accidental overdoses of prescription medication can have results that range from disconcerting to disastrous.

What happens to the unused medicine?

Unused medicine that is taken in through the RUM scheme is packed into “hazard-yellow” drums in the pharmacy. Periodically, these are picked up and taken to a special high-temperature incinerator which disposes of them safely.

Resources

Our experts can help you identify and manage your health concerns using modern, safe and effective techniques.

Latest News from Our Blog

separator-icon

Discussion for support of the Innate Virus Defence hypothesis

January 7, 2021

Detailed Discussion Below. All evidence related to my conclusions are available from this link. It is interesting that ever since the late Dr Archie Kalokerinos’ work with outback indigenous people and vitamin C, that every individual immunologist, surgeon, health academic and GP – bar one – to whom I have spoken about this – happily

Read More

Taming immune response to Corona virus

January 7, 2021

The following article provides the evidence required to enable our people more confidence to survive in the current pandemic. And by definition, how to respond safely and optimally to vaccinations. And also how to live with normal “community transmission”. Anti-Covid Protection Hypothesis: Because the healthy functioning of your immune system depends on the viability of

Read More

Innate virus defence hypothesis

January 7, 2021

Widespread, prolonged Lockdowns may leave you vulnerable All evidence for the following statements may be found at this link. Yes, limited avoidance is important. Certainly “keep your distance”, wear a mask when necessary, definitely stay at home if you are sick, observe normal hygiene that we were all taught as children – i.e. also wash

Read More
Your Cart