Mintex Pd (Thread 165934)

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USED AS AN ANTIHISTIMINE, I THINK, IS THIS A SUBSTITUTE FOR PALGIC?



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Yes the drug Mintex PD is a different brand for Palgic. The active ingredient is called Carbinoxamine.

Treats symptoms such as runny nose, stuffy nose, watery eyes, and itching caused by hay fever or seasonal allergies. This medicine is an antihistamine.

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