Hyl Lc White Oblong Pill

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oblong white pill lc one side hyl other side
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oblong white tablet lc one side hyl on other ## The oval pill with HYL on one side and LC on the other is a Hyland's pill for leg cramps. ## That is correct, it is a supplement, not a prescription drug. ## Thank-you ## Someone gave this to me for headaches is it going to help and should i take it cause if its not going to help then i dont want to take it ## White oblong pill HYL on one side NT on the other side ## I take them every day. There hylands calms forte. It's for stress relief and to help sleep. It does not say on bottle for leg cramps or pain. I have never seen that. Type in calms forte, and the pills and box they come in will pop up. They do relief stress. They come 6.99 oval shape. And 8.99 round pills hyl/cf ...
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Sat, Aug 26 '17, 1:55 PM
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off white oblong round ends narrow LC/HYL ...
Updated 6 years ago.
Wed, Dec 01 '10, 1:56 PM
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I have some pills that have been in my pill box a couple months, and I cannot remember what they are for. They are a smaller white oblong pill that on one side has the imprint of LC, and on the other side has the imprint of HYL. Thank you. ## Hello, Traci! How are you? This is an over the counter homeopathic product called Hyland's Leg Cramps with Quinine. Hyland's makes several homeopathic products that you can get in most vitamin shops or health stores. As it states, they claim it can relieve leg cramps. As a precaution, if you do experience leg cramps regularly, be sure to have yourself check for low potassium levels and/or dehydration, since both can cause such a symptom. Is there anything else I can help with? ...
Updated 3 years ago in Quinine.
Wed, Nov 05 '14, 5:00 PM

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