Send a little love and fun inside this allergy
free box filled with assorted cookies,
chocolates, candies and chip that are allergy
free and don't forget to include an Epipen
carrier and/or a medical id.
1. Divvies cookies, chocolates, cookies and
cupcakes are awesome. I usually buy them at
their online store. Is a great gift when you are
looking for something special since they are as
good, if not better than any non allergy top
"gourmet" gift baskets All of their products are
so delicious you will never know they are
2. When on a budget: Easy to find
supermarket cookies like Enjoy life, oreo
cookies Natural no preservatives beef and
turkey beef jerky sold at Whole Foods and
Fresh Markets are quite tasting (please note
most contain soy so read labels)
3. A discreet comfortable and cool looking
Epipen carrier such as the WaistPal and the
LegBuddy are a favorite among kids, teens an
athletes. The WaistPal has no plastic buckles,
style is modern, and can be easily concealed
Allergy free DIY gifts and care packages
ideas for when you just want to send a
simple but really meaningful gift!
|"Making it easier to self carry life saving medicines ON you at ALL times"
During a Food Allergy and Anaphylaxis Teen
Summit in Virgina, teens where asked if they carry
their epinephrine and over eighty percent said that
they would love to get one of OmaxCare carriers
but they never knew our carriers existed.
One Carrier for every occasion:
The most liked epi belt sling among active kids,
teens and athletes. Has no buckles, no itching, no
smells. Stays in place during intense activities.
Designed to be concealed under pants, holds two
auto-injectors with universal medical alert symbol
to let others know where your emergency
An elegant leather case that is suitable for larger
build kids and adults. Highly recommended for
parents or anyone who needs to give Epipen to
others in case on an emergency. Has become a
favorite among parents of young kids, nurses,
coaches, and teachers.
A gift that could help save a persons life!
Please note this list includes products that are
peanuts, nuts, milk, and eggs free but most
products listed are produced by companies that
also have soy and wheat free products.