Is Bella Alk/pb The Same As Donatol?

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Is Bella Alk/pb the same as Donatol?

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David Says:

The answer to your question is yes; Donnatal is just another brand name for the generic version. Information I was able to gather states the following:

"Each Donnatal Extentabs (belladonna alkaloids, phenobarbital) tablet contains:

Phenobarbital, USP (3/4 gr.) ......... 48.6 mg

Hyoscyamine Sulfate, USP .......... 0.3111 mg

Atropine Sulfate, USP ................... 0.0582 mg

Scopolamine Hydrobromide, USP ......... 0.0195 mg

Each Donnatal Extentabs (belladonna alkaloids, phenobarbital) tablet contains the equivalent of three Donnatal tablets. Extentabs are designed to release the ingredients gradually to provide effects for up to twelve (12) hours."

You can view more details about Donnatal by clicking on the link below...

I hope this helps!

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