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Is Combiflam Banned? - Combiflam Side Effects, Substitutes & Precautions

Is Combiflam Banned? – Combiflam Side Effects, Substitutes & Precautions

Is Combiflam Banned? Combiflam one of the most common over-the-counter medicine found in every household. It is used for Febrility, Fever, Ear pain, Cold, Cephalalgia, Headache, Pain in teeth, Analgesic, Joint pain, Pain in the body, and other conditions. Combiflam Tablet may also be used for purposes not listed in[Read More…]

by July 8, 2018 Comments are Disabled Medicine, Public Safety
Planning to travel abroad? Which prescription medicines illegal in abroad?

Planning to travel abroad? Is your prescription medicines illegal?

Which prescription medicines illegal in abroad? Are you planning to take prescription medicines abroad? Different classes of prescription medicines are regarded as illegal substances in some countries. Some popular over-the-counter and prescription medicines – like sleeping pills, pain relief, allergies, common cold, and ADHD medications are illegal or you need[Read More…]

by June 30, 2018 Comments are Disabled Health, Medicine, Public Safety, TripAdvisor
List of prescription and over-the-counter medicines that are banned in different countries: Prescription medicines illegal to travel

Prescription Medicines Illegal to Travel – Travel World Guide

Prescription medicines illegal to travel, medicines could get you in prison You could get penalty or go to prison based on country law and regulations if you travel with over-the-counter and prescription medicines that’s illegal in country your are going. Travellers who need to carry prescription medications and over-the-counter drugs[Read More…]

by June 24, 2018 Comments are Disabled Health, Medicine, Public Safety, TripAdvisor
Why Phensedyl & Corex Cough Syrup banned in India?

Why Phensedyl & Corex Cough Syrup banned in India?

Cough Syrup banned in India Cough syrups containing codeine phosphate as an active pharmaceutical ingredient has been banned to prevent the addictive effect. Over the weekend, Sumo, Zerodol P, Ace Proxyvan, Corex, Saridon, D’cold, Phensedyl, and Vicks Action 500 Extra went from being household names to becoming outlawed products. Before[Read More…]

by July 8, 2017 Comments are Disabled Beverages, Medicine