Step 1: What We Need to Make the Pill Container
A couple of scissors.
Step 2: Cutting the Bottles
After that, the no-tamper ring has to be cut. Easy, just slide one scissor end underneath the ring and push the blade all the way, the ring will simply give way and tear away.
Step 3: Attaching the End Cap
Step 4: Finished Pill Bottle
Here you can see the finished pill bottle.
This is a dirty job, as it is not waterproof, unless you use some sort of glue between the end cap and the cap itself.
The purpose in my case is to carry no more than 3 pills in it for just one day, I'm not familiar with the mechanics of pill or capsule humidity absorption, I suspect it won't be an issue as I need to take my medicine no later than noon, and I leave home around 6AM.
Naturally, other cap colors can be used!
This container is to be used in my work backpack, where room is extremely tight, plus, I don't have to carry the whole box of medicines or the blister pack.
As always, comments and suggestions are welcome!