Introducing One of HART Health’s Best Selling Products: Proprinal

The job of safety director at a company, warehouse or manufacturing plant can be a pain in the neck. Wondering how to order bulk industrial ibuprofen or generic Advil® shouldn’t add any discomfort. HART Health’s Advil® alternative, Proprinal®, is hugely popular because it works and is easy to swallow without water. Proprinal® is a powerful Advil® alternative developed by HART Health, a Seattle-based company that manufactures and distributes commercial and industrial first aid supplies. HART saw a need in the industrial first aid supply market for quality, bulk pain relievers that help workers stay on the job and their companies run efficiently. Minor issues can cost major money over time. Headaches, back pain, arthritis and other aches distract employees and cost companies more than $61 billion a year in lost productive time, according to a study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association.

That’s at least $440 in lost time per worker per year.

“We take the headaches out of the process,” says Larry Shaw, founder and CEO of HART Health. “The majority of the $61 billion in lost time is easy for companies to recover by having the right first aid supplies available.” Proprinal® is not only easy to swallow financially; it is easy to swallow, literally. Shaw specifically designed the tablet with a coating so it can be taken without water or other liquids. One box of 200 mg tablets contains 50 packets of 2 tablets each, 100 total tablets.

For more information about Proprinal®, other bulk pain relievers and HART Health’s full line of commercial and industrial first aid supplies. Visit us at http://www.harthealth.com for more information.

 

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