Due to a sudden infection, your doctor has prescribed you to start taking
1 tablet of Axel Greez and 1 tablet of Betel Jewz every day.
You buy a bottle of each type of tablet, and go about your routine of
having one each day. Today however, as you are getting the tablets out of their
bottles, you accidentally shake 3 tablets out instead of 2.
Unfortunately, Axel Greez and Betel Jewz tablets look and smell exactly
the same. They are the same size, the same color, the same shape, in fact,
there is no way whatsoever to distinguish them now that they are out of the
bottle. Thus, you don't know which tablet is which in your hand. However,
by counting what's left in the bottles, you do know that, in your hand,
you have 2 Axel Greez tablets and 1 Betel Jewz tablet.
Note: Skipping a day of medication could be fatal. Eating
more than one Axel Greez tablet in one day could be fatal too.
What can you do to ensure no tablets go to waste, while also ensuring
you take your proper amount of medication?