Is a person likely to get hassled for bringing standard packages of non-prescription medication (e.g. aspirin, Tylenol) on an airplane, either 1) in their carry-on or 2) in checked baggage?
Or is it one of those eight million things that’s up to the discretion of the official doing the checking?
I’ve frequently seen guidelines for those travelling with prescription medication (i.e. bring your prescription) but not for non-prescription ones. And I would really prefer not to spend the first month of my vacation in a small airless room with wires clamped to my various genitals over a packet of Tylenol that someone couldn’t tell apart from crystal meth.