A woman's Tweet is going viral, where she says that her son is sick . . . so HER mother gave her a bottle of Vicks VapoRub. It looked old, so she checked the expiration date. And it was 01-1987 . . . 34 years ago!
People started sharing their old bottles of Vicks VapoRub, and other "vintage" medications . . . from their grandparents' cabinets and their own. Then, the maker of Vicks warned that you shouldn't use expired product, because they "couldn't guarantee its safety and effectiveness."