Aspirin Asa Caffeine Salicylamide Tablets

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Don Bennett Says:


I am looking for tablets. The powder taste terrible!!!



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David Says:

Have you tried asking your local pharmacy about other alternatives? From what I was able to gather, there are tablets forms that come in the following doses (see below):
Aspirin, ASA + Caffeine + Salicylamide -
• Powder for Reconstitution: 650mg + 32mg + 195mg, 742mg + 36mg + 222mg
• Tablet: 262.5;32.5mg;mg;mg + 262.5;32.5mg;mg;mg, 325mg + 16mg + 95mg

Note: Above list includes dosages for all drugs with the same combination of active ingredients. I apologize for the somewhat confusing layout of the doses, but you can at least be certain that there is a tablet form available that you can ask your doctor or pharmacy about when filling your prescription.

I hope this helps!

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