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Pannaz

for allergies, generic name is chlorphen/pse/methscopamine. ## Is there a generic for pannaz ## Hi everyone, In the description, the chemical combination of "chlorphen/pse/methscopamine" refers to Chlorpheniramine + Methscopolamine + Pseudoephedrine (brand names include DuraHist and Xiral SR). The active ingredients in Pannaz are actually listed as Carbinoxamine + Methscopolamine + Pseudoephedrine. "Carbinoxamine and methscopolamine are antihistamines that reduce the natural chemical histamine in the body. Histamine can produce symptoms of sneezing, itching, watery eyes, and runny nose. Pseudoephedrine is a decongestant that shrinks blood vessels in the nasal passages. Dilated blood vessels can cause nasal congestion (stuffy nose). Carbinoxamine, methscopolamine, and pseudoe...

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Pannaz-syrup

For congestion ## Pannaz Syrup was prescribed to my son when he was 3 1/2. It was the answer to our prayers after 3 yrs of constant ear infections, pus draining constantly from his ears, numerous respiratory infections including pneumonia & bronchitis. In the first 2 yrs of his life, he had 3 sets of tubes and adenoids removed, by 3 1/2 had been on over 65 rounds of antibiotics, was shunned by daycares for pus drainage and the list goes on. After being dx'ed w/ all environmental allergies and being rx'ed Pannaz, things literally stopped happening! Now 4 yrs later, he's only had 6 ear infections and 2 episodes of bronchiospasms that required breathing treatments. This is huge! Unfortunately, it has been recently discontinued and we've just filled our first rx for the ...

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