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March 11, 2013 Pesach 5773/2013 Product Information -Young Israel of Jamaica Estates Rabbi Shlomo Hochberg
Page 3 Medications and Cosmetics tel. 718-454-0865; rabbi@yije.org; cell 917-943-3442
The information regarding medications and cosmetics is based upon the clear Psak of Rav Gedalia Schwartz, who is the Rosh Beit Din of the Bet Din of America (RCA) as well as the cRc. To see letter – Click here: http://www.crcweb.org/Passover/Medicine%20Letter%20Pesach%205773.pdf MEDICATIONS
All pill medication (with or without chometz) that one swallows is permitted without special
hashgacha.
All chewable pills that have kitniyos are permitted. If the chewable pills have chometz and
no substitute is available, you should consult your Rabbi and Doctor.
All liquid medications that have kitniyos are permitted. If the liquid medications have
chometz, you should consult your Rabbi and Doctor.
All prescription medication ordered by your doctor for medical purposes (not cosmetic or
convenience) should be taken
on Passover without regard for the components of the
medication
.
Vitamins are normally not considered pill medication, but rather a food or food supplement.
As such, vitamins should have hashgacha for Passover. All Pre-natal vitamins that are
taken as directed by a doctor, should be used without hesitation.

In cases when your doctor prescribes a specific vitamin that must be taken on Passover, and cannot be “skipped” for the week, (even if it does not have Passover supervision) it may be considered as falling into the category of a pill medication. COSMETICS AND TOILETRIES
All varieties of body soaps, bars of soap, shampoos and stick deodorants, cosmetic powders, and baby powders are permitted for use on Pesach regardless of their ingredients. All types of ointments, creams, nail polish, hand lotions, eye shadow, eyeliner, mascara, blush, foundations, foot and face powders, and ink and paint may be used regardless of their ingredients. Many liquid colognes, perfumes, hairspray, shaving lotions and deodorants, contain denatured
alcohol and should not be used, unless they are listed as Chometz-free on a on a reliable
Pesach list.
Lipstick, mouthwash and toothpaste that contains chometz should not be used.
March 11, 2013 Pesach 5773/2013 Product Information -Young Israel of Jamaica Estates Rabbi Shlomo Hochberg
Page 4 Medications and Cosmetics tel. 718-454-0865; rabbi@yije.org; cell 917-943-3442
Over-the-Counter Medications: Medications contain many component ingredients, and pharmaceutical
companies are very secretive about their formulations. The following listing of recommended over-the-
counter medications
is based on the manufacturers disclosure and other research by the Kollel Los
Angeles – Rabbi Gershon Bess.

Allergy and Cold Relief: ALL pill medication that one swallows is permitted without special
hashgacha
.
Anbesol Liquid, Delsym, Tempra, Tylenol Concentrated Drops: Cherry–Infants, Dye Fr–Infants, Vicks
Nyquil and Dayquil Cold/Flu
Analgesics (Pain): ALL pill medication that one swallows is permitted without special hashgacha.
Antacids/Anti-diarrhea: ALL pill medication that one swallows is permitted without special
hashgacha.
Also, Bromo Seltzer Antacid; Mylanta, Pepcid Tablets & Pepcid AC Tablets
Miscellaneous: Amoxicillin Oral suspension, Tablets and Chewable Tablets;
Metamucil
capsules, Clear and Natural, (others are kitniyot; and wafers are chometz), Unflavored
Miralax, PediaSure
Vanilla powder is kitniyot.
Pedialite is Kitniyos: it may be used by infants or adults who are ill.
Vitamins are normally not considered pill medication, but rather a food or food supplement. As such,
vitamins need a hashgacha for Passover.
All Pre-natal vitamins that are taken as directed by a doctor, should be used without hesitation.

In cases when your doctor prescribes a specific vitamin pill that must be taken on Passover, and cannot be “skipped” for the week, (even if it does not have Passover supervision) it may be considered as falling into the category of a pill medication. PERSONAL COSMETICS
The following items have been found acceptable for Passover use. This partial list contains those items which have been most asked about in recent years. For a more comprehensive list see Rabbi Hochberg All bars of soap, cosmetic powders, and baby powders are permissible for Passover use. Toothpastes: Partial list: Aim, Aquafresh (all), Crest for kids, Crest Multicare, Gleem. Regular
and other Crest products have been found to contain chometz, Tom’s of Maine Toothpaste –
Regular

Mouthwash: Flurocare Dual Rinse, Oral-B Rinses (all), Scope (all), Tom’s of Maine Mouthwash.
Listerine: Total Care, Antiseptic Gold, Cool Mint, Soft Mint, Fresh Burst.
Aerosol deodorants: (free of denatured alcohol): Arrid, Right Guard, Mitchum Original Roll-on, Soft & Dri (Soft Scent), Sure (Powder Fresh, Regular, or Unscented varieties) A more detailed list is available in the office.
Jews with Diabetes face special challenges over Pesach. The Star K & Jewish Diabetes Association have prepared
very helpful guides of Halacha, advice – and recipes! Please see the following links for more information: http://www.jewishdiabetes.org/Default.asp & www.star-k.org/kashrus/kk-passover-diabetics.htm

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