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Can I carry someone's homeopathy medicine along to Dublin?

Obviously you can carry Homeopathic "medicine" because there's literally nothing in it that does anything, and it isn't medicine. However just because it's described to you as homeopathic ...
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Can I carry someone's homeopathy medicine along to Dublin?

Be careful! Where did you obtain the sugar pills? Did you get them yourselves from the pharmacy, or were they given to you by someone? If you got them from a pharmacy, did it look like a normal ...
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Can I carry someone's homeopathy medicine along to Dublin?

I would advise against taking any objects given to you by someone else for someone else. Homeopathic medicine is readily available in Ireland. The letter signed by a physician sounds fishy, since ...
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Combining medication into one container

Following the link in @jcaron's answer, I contacted the New Zealand Customs Service and asked them about consolidating same medication (specifically loose pills in pill-bottles) into fewer containers, ...
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Combining medication into one container

So the canonical question+answer on the topic points us to the NZ Customs page about Medicines. That tells us: Prescription medicines If you are arriving into New Zealand with prescription medicines (...
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