Allerx Df

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Verwon Says:

This contains Methscopolamine and Pseudoephedrine, the Methsopolamine is an acid reducer, and the Pseudo is a decongestant.

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This previous post is quite inaccurate. Allerx DF contains no pseudophedrine HC decongestant. It does contain the methscopalomine, which does more than act as an acid reducer. It also has an antihistamine. Look this up elsewhere for information!

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