Save The Baby Liquid

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pecool Says:


It worked!!!! It was the best. It also was sold as Buckley's Cough Medicinie. I miss it. Nothing compares to it.



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David Says:

Hi pecool,

Did you happen to come across any other retailers or distributors that still offer this medication?

After doing some additional research, I found that Dextromethorphan is the name of the active ingredient. However, the Buckley brand itself seems to only be available in Canada.

There are also notices from the FDA stating their intent to remove some unapproved allergy, cough, and cold medications from the market, that may include Dextromethorphan. You can read more about this important warning message at: nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/druginfo/meds/a682492.html

For more specific details on the availability of this product, Buckley's customer service department can be reached toll-free at the following number: 1-800-434-1034

I hope this information helps!

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