Ketohan Russian Medical Cream

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Max Says:
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I bought this cream in Russia what is it?




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David Says:

Hi Max,

Unfortunately I haven't come across any specific details on "Ketohan". However, rumor has it that the English term for this cream actually goes by "Ketonal" instead and perhaps that's why information wasn't turning up in search results:

Discuss/Ketohan-245054.htm

Apparently the letters just happen to look like "Ketohan" in Russian writing, but this is only based on one other person's opinion in the thread linked above.

At any rate, Ketoprofen is reportedly the active ingredient (or generic name rather) for this product called Ketonal.

Ketoprofen is a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug used for treating pain and inflammation.

Does this sound like a possible match?

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