The Compartmentalized Dispensing Cap for Beverage Container is a system and method for adding powdered or pill style additives to water immediately before ingestion.
Inventors Norevil Ramos and Maryuri Rojas of Cape Coral, FL have created a system and method for adding powdered or pill style additives to water immediately before ingestion.
Intolerance to certain foods, physiological problems, stress, and the like may cause gastrointestinal problems and discomfort for some individuals. Many find relief from antacid products such as Alka-Seltzer or Bromo-Seltzer. While these products do provide relief, they must be mixed with water, which may not always be readily available. Even if water is available, the antacid may not be properly mixed with the correct ratio of water, or may not be thoroughly dissolved, reducing its effectiveness. Inventors Ramos and Rojas have created a means by which antacid can be made readily available, and easily mixed in a proper amount of water.
This clever new invention is an automatic mixing water bottle. It features a two part cap system. It allows additives to fall into water below. It reduces mess and fuss. The device is easy to manufacture. The use of the Compartmentalized Dispensing Cap for Beverage Container allows one to easily consume antacid with water in a manner which is quick, easy, and effective.