deadly label design

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It looks like someone mashed all the options when composing the instructions. These appear to be the options:

I don’t know how these instructions are composed. I am guessing it could be some sort of point-and-click templatising tool within the dispensary software. Or manually assembled via cut and paste. Or a Word-macro, perhaps?

So, why isn’t this tool or process preventing or identifying such obvious mistakes?

Why does the software/process even allow the selection of obviously conflicting options? Where are the basic fail-safes? The designer and developer don't even need to have specialist knowledge to know that some of these options are mutually exclusive.

Surely in such an instance, a higher level of competent base-functionality is warranted?