Actifed(equiv.)

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Verwon Says:

Yep, this is a store brand or generic version of Actifed, manufactured by Lemmon and listed as a cold remedy, so the name you will find it under in various stores will differ.

It contains Triprolidine 2.5mgs and Pseudoephedrine 60mgs.
So it treats both cold and allergy symptoms. Here's some more information if you need it:

Actifed Info Click Here


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Betty Says:

Walgreens in the beautiful Garden State of New Jersey carries WalAct D, which has the same ingredients as the original Actifed. I am heading out to the Walgreens in East Windsor, on Princeton-Hightstown Road. 609-448-3729. The pharmacist mentioned that they carry several varieties of actifed, and she specifically said that WalAct D is the one I am looking for. Good luck to all the actifed people. it only costs $7.99 for 48 pills.

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Nikki Says:

Re: Betty (# 2)

I saw your message from almost a year ago. Do you know if that Walgreen's still carries that actifed?

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