Mox 250 Capsule

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can i take for itching and alergy



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Verwon Says:

Mox contains the active ingredient Amoxicillin, which is an antibiotic that's used to treat various types of infections, so no, it will not treat itching and allergies.

Learn more Amoxicillin details here.

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