E615 Green And White Capsule

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Verwon Says:
 
This is Hydroxyzine 50mgs, a generic for Vistaril. This is an antihistamine that is also used to treat anxiety.

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Is it ok to take one for generalized panic attacks? I only take vitamins b12, d3, & b complex.

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