Chewable Chocolate Colored Square Used To Prevent Diarrhea

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Maple Says:


many years ago I used a med that was like a caramel shaped square that was dark chocolate in color and it was chewable. I am looking to find out what it was and what was in it as it is the only med I have ever taken that controlled my diarrhea. I no the doctor told me it was no longer available back in 88 but am wondering if they have something similar to it now.


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David Says:

Hi Maple,

I did a bit of research online using the description you provided and found that certain brands (such as Imodium) do still make chewable Anti-diarrheal tablets known as Ez Chews. Apparently they're only available in "Cool Mint" flavor... however, this is the closest match I've been able to find.

If there's anyone else who would be likely to know more details about the recent history of these types of products, I think contacting the company who makes Imodium products may be your best bet for digging deeper, as they were around since 1973.

Does anyone else here recognize these by their description?

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