Anacin

Active Ingredient(s): Aspirin, ASA + Caffeine
Category: Pain Relief



Anacin Overview

Anacin is the trade name of several analgesics manufactured by Prestige Brands. Its product contains aspirin and caffeine.[1] Contents 1 History 2 Advertising 3 Products 4 Side effects 5 See also 6 References 7 External links History Anacin was invented by William Milton Knight and was first to be used circa 1916 as stated in the patent.[2] Anacin is one of the oldest brands of pain relievers in the United States, first being sold in the 1930s. Anacin's ...

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white pill with tree / mountain imprint

I'm trying to identify this pill. It's kinda small but thick with either a Christmas tree or if you turn it sideways it looks like 2 mountain peaks. The other side has no markings and the bag says Focus on it in hand writing. ## Did you manage to find out what this pill was? Someone I know has found a similar tablet. ## Anacin, which is aspirin and caffeine, has a triangular shape with a small base imprint which sort of resembles a tree. Some reports stated that there was "XTC" made, at some point, with a tree on it. ## Can you tell me what this pill is? I have the same one. ## No never got a response just trashed then. We had a wedding and one of our guest dropped them. Really would like to know so not to socialize with them ## It is a sleep aid/tension relief homeopath...

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round white pill with arrow engraved on both sides

I found this medication on the apartment floor while visiting my Dad. Just want to if it's an over the counter med or a prescription pain medication? ## Hello Lisa, Fortunately for you I can say that this medication is very unlikely prescription medication as the FDA requires that it have an identifiable imprint. Looking around I was able to find an small white round Anacin pill that has a very wide arrow on both sides. Anacin is an over the counter oral pill that is used to treat pain and can be purchased at most convenience stores. Below is an image I sourced from somewhere. Is this the pill you are referring to?

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Anacin side effects

I have taken Anacin for 20 plus years due to my chronic knee pain. I have tried everything out there but can honestly say Anacin works the best for me. I thought it was the aspirin-caffeine combination, but for some reason that ain't all of it. I've tried other aspirin-caffeine tablets by other companies, like Bayer back and body, and even though it is higher in aspirin content it just doesn't work as well as Anacin for me. One very important thing one should know is (and I discovered this the hard way) too much caffeine for too long a time affects your heart's natural pacemaker. It makes your heart beat too slowly. You'll know this when you just don't feel right but can't put a finger on it. Check your heartbeat. Mine would go down to 50 bpm. For an out of s...

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round white pill with 323 on it

My friend found 2 round, white tablets with the numbers 323 on one side. the other side was smooth with nothing on it. Can't figure out what they are. Have searched everywhere. ## Anacin ## I was searching My self to find what kind of pill it was theres two close results One is it maybe be a vicodin 7.5 mg. my neighbor used to get them and thats what it looked like just whit round and 323 on one side of it. tho im not saying this is completley acurate but only acurate to my knowledge. Tho there is alprozolam 1 mg it has 323 on it but also a 1 over top of it. ## My metaphormin tablets for class 2 diabetes have 323 on them and are white and round.

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White Pill Arrow On It

Round circle white pill, had a V on the same side as 9 and 2 arrows or was it 911. Also don't remember if anything was on the back. ## From what I've read, a round white pill with a large arrow logo is Anacin (400 mg aspirin + 32 mg caffeine). However if you don't know what other markings are on the pill besides a V and some arrows, there's little chance of finding an definitive ID for it. Is the "V" in cursive/italic writing? If so, it's usually accompanied by a four digit number on the same side "OR" on back of the pill (often times with a score line as well). Example: V 20 91 V 21 09 V 3912 To my understanding, Vintage Pharmaceuticals and Qualitest Pharmaceuticals are the only manufacturers who use this particular "V" logo. I'd consider...

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Yellow Pill Round With Arrow On Bothside

Kinda thick light yellow with an arrow on both sides ## Hi msl little, The only pill I've found that somewhat matches your description is Anacin (400 mg) of Aspirin+ (32 mg) of caffeine. It is a white round pill with a thick arrow (sometimes referred to as a Christmas tree) imprint on both sides. How big is the arrow logo on your pill? You can learn more about this drug on the page for Aspirin, ASA + Caffeine Details

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Round White Pill Indented Christmas Tree

Round white pill with Christmas tree imprint on both sides ## I think there's a chance that what you're looking at my be an A logo and that you have some Anacin tablets. Is the tree basically a triangle that's sitting on a slightly curved base? If so, then that's what they probably are. Anacin is an over the counter pain reliever that contains Aspirin and Caffeine. Learn more Aspirin details here. Learn more Caffeine details here.

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Looks Like An Anacin But The Pill Is Light Yellow

trying to identify a pill. It arrow imprint looks exactly like an anacin however the pill is light yellow, not white. ## This is still an Anacin tablet, but it's their low dose one that's 81mgs. Is there anything else I can help with?

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round white pill with arrows on each side of the pill

Wat is it ## This pill is Anacin (400 mg aspirin, 32 mg caffeine) ## That identification is correct, this is Anacin, available over the counter in most areas. It is commonly used to treat pain, fever and swelling. Common side effects may include: nausea, dizziness, headache and stomach irritation. Read more: Are there any questions or comments?

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triangle m

round white pill with ashape of a triangle with a bottom on it like a very basic lokking christmas tree it is indented ito th pill and it is on both sides but they do not point the same way on each side like if you flip it over the top on otherside is to the left no letters or numbers please someone tell me what this is poison control did not even know thanx ## it was Anacin an otc that i had not seen in awhile

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Possible Dosages for this and Related Drugs:

Aspirin, ASA + Caffeine
  • Tablet: 400mg + 32mg, 421mg + 32mg, 500mg + 32.5mg, 500mg + 32mg
  • Tablet, Effervescent: 500mg + 65mg
Note: Above list includes dosages for all drugs with the same combination of active ingredients.

NDC Database Records for Anacin: (5 results)

Sorted by National Drug Code
  • 63736-200 Anacin (Aspirin 40 mg / Caffeine 32 mg) by Insight Pharmaceuticals
  • 63736-203 Anacin Advanced Headache Formula (Acetaminophen 250 mg / Aspirin 250 mg / Caffeine 65 mg) Oral Tablet by Insight Pharmaceuticals
  • 63736-206 Anacin (Aspirin 400 mg / Caffeine 32 mg) by Insight Pharmaceuticals LLC
  • 63736-211 Anacin (Asa 500 mg / Caffeine 32 mg) Oral Tablet by Insight Pharmaceuticals
  • 63736-310 Anacin (Acetaminophen 500 mg) by Insight Pharmaceuticals LLC

Drugs with one or more similar ingredients: (117 results)

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Anacin side effects
I have taken Anacin for 20 plus years due to my chronic knee pain. I have tried everything out there but can honestly sa... 4 replies
Looks Like An Anacin But The Pill Is Light Yellow
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