White Oblong Otc Tablet L1 For Leg Cramps

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Sara Says:


Does anyone know where this comes from? Walmart? CVS? Walgreens? Thanks!



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Roy Says:

Hi Sara - do you have any packaging, the ndc code, manufacturer, ingredients, or other information handy? Or is it just a loose tablet? Out of curiosity, how do you know that it is for treating leg cramps? Just wondering if there is a way to narrow things down...

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It’s a loose tablet that my fathers said he uses for leg cramps but can’t remember which store he got it from. He took the last one and wants to get more. I’m thinking it’s the CVS brand but I can’t find a picture or any information that shows the L1 imprint

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Roy Says:

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Yeah, I'm with you on that - I looked up homeopathic CVS Health Leg Cramps Pain Relief Caplets and it shows a picture of an oblong white tablet on the front but with no imprint on it. (NDC 59779-553).

Active Ingredients:

- Aconitum Napellus 6X HPUS
- Cinchona Officinalis 3X HPUS
- Gnaphalium Polycephalum 3X HPUS
- Ledum Palustre 6X HPUS
- Magnesia Phosphorica 6X HPUS
- Rhus Toxicodendron 6X HPUS
- Viscum Album 3X HPUS

Source: DailyMed

That's the tricky thing with over the counter drugs - their appearance is not regulated or cataloged in the same way as prescription drugs are. Wish I had a more definite answer! Were you able to find anything out?

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