Amoxicillin Biocraft 01

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Capsule shaped pill with biocroft 01 in black lettering imprinted on it. Color is pale yellow and light brown. I think it's Amoxicillin 250 mg. What are all the ingredients of this pill?



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Roy Says:

Yes, the yellow / brown capsule with the imprint biocraft 01 is Amoxicillin 250 mg, manufactured by Teva. It is an antibiotic drug...

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Verwon Says:

I can't find a listing for the inactive ingredients, however, here's a list for the ones made by TEVA, rather than a subsidiary, so they are probably pretty similar:

colloidal silicon dioxide, D&C Yellow No. 10, dry-flo starch, FD&C Blue No. 1, FD&C Red No. 3, FD&C Red No. 40, FD&C Yellow No. 6, gelatin, magnesium stearate, sodium lauryl sulfate, talc and titanium dioxide.

Is that the information you are looking for?

I know some people need Gluten free medications and that list is, but I cannot guarantee the the Biocraft capsules are the same, so if that is the case, you may want to check with your pharmacist.

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Roy Says:

Re: Roy (# 1)

This is an old imprint code which Teva has since changed to TEVA 3107, but the active ingredient is the same. (NDC: 0093-3107)

TEVA 3107 Amoxicillin

Inactive Ingredients:

- Magnesium Stearate
- Talc
- Ferrosoferric Oxide
- D&c Yellow No. 10
- Aluminum Oxide
- Fd&c Blue No. 1
- Fd&c Blue No. 2
- Fd&c Red No. 40
- Gelatin
- Propylene Glycol
- Shellac
- Titanium Dioxide
- D&c Red No. 28

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Re: Verwon (# 2)

It's awful! One dose had my hair falling out! All antibiotics can cause it. Plus damaging your hearing, causing long term tinitus. Plus ruining your gut Flora. What happens then? Leaky gut, food sensitivities, dairy, gluten, sugar, carbs, IBS. Face swelling, wrinkles, dry skin, and hair, what's left of it.skin rashes. Insomnia. Autoimmune diseases. Unless, your situation is life threatening. Vote no. It ruined my life.

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