Ever Wondered Why Medicine Strips Have Empty Spaces? 

Ever Wondered Why Medicine Strips Have Empty Spaces? 
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Medicines, I know most of us hate them, but there is still one thing which is unnoticed about a medicine pack. What are the empty spaces in a medicine strip meant for? No, it is not a part of packaging strategy, nor they are created to add the neatness. 

Go through the article to know what is the purpose of empty spaces in a medical strip. 

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Did you ever notice the empty spaces in medicine packs? 

Ever Wondered Why Medicine Strips Have Empty Spaces?

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Yes? Why is it so? 

Ever Wondered Why Medicine Strips Have Empty Spaces?
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This is done in order to prevent the chemical reaction. The spaces are created so that the tablets don't get mixed up. 

Ever Wondered Why Medicine Strips Have Empty Spaces?
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Also, to prevent medicines from breaking up and upsetting, the spaces are created deliberately. 

Also, to prevent medicines from breaking up and upsetting, the spaces are created deliberately. 
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The empty spaces are created so that the print area is increased and the required information is published clearly. 

Ever Wondered Why Medicine Strips Have Empty Spaces?
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Also, some customers may not demand the full strip of medicine so when the strip is cut as per the demand, some necessary details are not cut off and all the important printed content stays.  

Ever Wondered Why Medicine Strips Have Empty Spaces?
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It is not a packaging strategy, it is just to protect us from falling ill by preventing a chemical reaction.  

Ever Wondered Why Medicine Strips Have Empty Spaces?
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