Exocaine Medicated Rub

Active Ingredient(s): Methyl Salicylate, Oil of Wintergreen, Sweet Birch Oil
Category: Pain Relief



Exocaine Medicated Rub Overview

Wintergreen is a group of aromatic plants. The term "wintergreen" once commonly referred to plants that remain green (continue photosynthesis) throughout the winter. The term "evergreen" is now more commonly used for this characteristic. Most species of the shrub genus Gaultheria demonstrate this characteristic and are called wintergreens in North America, the most common generally being the American wintergreen (Gaultheria procumbens). Wintergreens in the genus Gaultheria contain an aromatic...

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Methyl Salicylate

Methyl salicylate in what medicine? ## Methyl Salicylate is wintergreen oil, it is used in many different products, such as topical skin creams and ointments. Some items that contain it are: Exocaine Medicated Rub, Exocaine Plus Rub and Gordogesic in the U.S. Is there anything else I can help you with? ## Is methyl salicylate a safe treatment for external hemorroids? I have read it can dissolve blood clots. Thank you. ## Madam, I wish to manufacture a strong pain balm for headaches, common cold and joint pains. Could you please advise me in making the formulation ? Please...

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exocaine pain creme

can no longer find where to purchase exocaine-Walgreens, CVS no longer carry-advice requested ## Exocaine contain the active ingredient Trolamine Salicylate. It is the same active ingredient used in several other products, such as BenGay and Aspercreme, as well as store brands. Have you tried asking a pharmacist to just point you to a comparable alternative?

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Possible Dosages for this and Related Drugs:

Methyl Salicylate, Oil of Wintergreen, Sweet Birch Oil
  • Oil: 100%
Note: Above list includes dosages for all drugs with the same combination of active ingredients.

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