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Capsule 500mg. red and grey no markings ## This is a dietary supplement that contains Zinc and Echinacea, both of which are commonly believed to help with immune support and to shorten the duration of a cold. It does cause nausea, in some people that take it, due to its potency, according to FDA warnings. It is normal for a supplement to have no markings, since it is available over the counter and the FDA does not require OTC products to have markings on them. Is there anything I can help with?

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-Heel is imprinted on the round white pill. If you look really close you see a few turquoise specks here and there. Pill seems grainy. ## traumeel a holistic pain medication ## Actually, it could be one of a number of products made by this company. They seem to have several that are similar and they all have the marking HEEL on them. They are all, however, over the counter, homeopathic remedies. It is possible that Jen is correct and recognizes the particular tablet if she has seen or purchased them. The Traumeel tablet contains: Belladonna, Arnica montana, radix, Aconitum napellus, Chamomilla, Symphytum officinale, Calendula officinalis, Hamamelis virginiana, Millefolium, Hepar sulphuris calcareum, Mercurius solubilis, Hypericum perforatum, Bellis perennis, Echinacea angustifolia, and ...

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