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Tamper-Resistant Medication Storage

Pain Pill Addiction Management

Pain Pills: Pill Box or Pill Dispenser for Pain Pills (Pain Medications)
or Prescription Drugs with Abuse Potential

e-pill Medication reminders offer several tamper resistant ways to restrict the patient's access to drugs and force the patient to stay on schedule (not take prescription meds or pain pills ahead of scheduled time). May be used to administer Methadone (pills) and Buprenorphine (sublingual tablets).

  • Home Pill Dispenser: e-pill CompuMed Tamper-Resistant Automatic Pill Dispenser.
  • Portable Pill Dispenser: e-pill MedTime SAFE Portable Four Lock e-pill SAFE Tamper-Resistant Automatic Pill Dispenser.
  • Portable Pill Dispenser: e-pill Med-O-Wheel SECURE Tamper-Resistant Automatic Pill Dispenser used for Methadone and Buprenorphine.
  • Home Pill Safe: e-pill Tamper Proof Locked Automatic Pill Dispenser Dispense up to 4 Times per Day. Store up to 28 Days of Medications.
  • Home Pill Safe: e-pill Kitchen Pill Box Safe Tamper-Resistant Storage with Interval Timer Lock.
  • Portable Pill Secure Storage: e-pill ZipperSure Tamper-Resistant Pill Dispenser.


  • Are you or a loved one addicted to Rx Drugs / Prescription Drugs / Pain Medications? Help Assessing Prescription Drug Use Problems / Pain Pill Problems by taking this short test:

    Answer these sometimes not so simple questions truthfully:

    CAGE test (Cut-Annoyed-Guilty-Ever) starts here:
  • Q1 CUT:
    Have you ever felt the need to cut down on your use of prescription drugs / pain pills?
  • Q2 ANNOYED:
    Have you ever felt annoyed by remarks your friends or loved ones made about
    your use of prescription drugs / pain pills?
  • Q3 GUILTY:
    Have you ever felt guilty or remorseful about your use of prescription drugs / pain pills?
  • Q4 EVER:
    Have you ever used prescription drugs / pain pills as a way to calm down or get going (self medicate)?


  • Two or More positive answers may indicate probable drug addiction to your Rx prescription or pain medications. Please discuss the results with your doctor or other health care professional before taking any action.


    Copyright: Adapted from Ewing, J.A. Detecting Alcoholism: The CAGE Questionnaire. Journal of the American Medical Association 252(14): 1905-1907, 1984
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