What Is Vengesic Grageas?

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Felice Says:
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What is Vengesic grageas and what are its healing properties? What is it derived from and where does it come from? How is it used?

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Verwon Says:

Hello, Felice! How are you?

The FDA lists this as a medication from Mexico that contains the active ingredients Methocarbamol, Phenylbutazone and Dexamethasone, this combination is not approved for use and sale in the U.S.

It is used to treat muscle spasms and pain. Its typical side effects may include nausea, dizziness, headache, acne and insomnia.

It is taken orally and, while it may help with some conditions, it has no actual healing properties, per se.

Is there anything else I can help with?

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Maytha Says:
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It's aOK to take acetaminophen with veangesic.actually I'm taking vengesic one every 8 hrs. But I feel I need something else for headache may I take acetaminophen too.

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Ramona Says:
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If I'm taking blood pressure medicine and cholesterol meds and sleep meds can I take this stuff

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DavidE Says:
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According the the FDA onset on hepatic failure is sudden and irreversible. You are...quite at risk taking both medications.

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Sally Says:
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Is Vengesic used for the treatment of pain or inflammation (in the back and knees)? I've heard it is used for rheumatoid arthritis.

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Rebecca Says:
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What would be a drug that would be equal to Vengesic that I can get in the US

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Peter Says:
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Re: Verwon (# 1)

Hi....I have been taking 1 tablet of Vengesic Grageas daily for the past 2 years. It reduces my osteoarthritis pain significantly (by 50%). I’m not aware of any negative effects. When I had to stop taking it for 2 weeks prior to a hip replacement, I was in agony. Once I resumed daily dosage, my pain dropped by 50%. Is this drug addictive? It works. I don’t want to stop taking it, but I worry about long term effects.

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