Nexafed Nasal Decongestant Meth-Deterring Tablets
Nexafed Nasal Decongestant allows your blood vessels in your nose to shrink and allow air to flow fluently through your passage ways. Nexafed pegs itself as being the “Meth-Deterring Tablet” because it uses an inactive ingredient that makes cooking meth nearly impossible. The special Impede Technology forms Meth into a syrup-like liquid which restricts the Meth from being properly formed. 24 tablets per box.
Pseudoephedrine (soo doe e FED rin)
Active ingredient: 30-mg pseudoephedrine HCI
Drug Class: decongestant, alpha-beta agonist
Use of pseudoehedrine during the first trimester may be associated with a possible risk of gastroschisis, small intestinal atresia, and hemifacial microsomia due to pseudoehedrine's vasococonstrictive effects: additional studies are needed to define the magnitude of risk: Single doses of pseudoehedrine were not found to adversely affect the fetus during the third trimester of pregnancy (limited data); however, fetal tachycardia was noted in a case report following maternal use of an extended release product foy multiple days. Decongestants are not the preferred agents for the treatment of rhinitis during pregnancy. Oral pseudoehedrine should be avoided during the first trimester.
Other Brand names: Sudafed® 12 Hour; Contac® Cold + Flu Maximum Strength Non-Drowsy
Directions for use: Adults and children 12 and up, take 2 tablets every 4 to 6 hours but no more than 4 in a 24 hour period.
Children between the ages of 6 and 11, take 1 tablet every 4 to 6 hours, but no more than 2 in a 24 hour period. Children less than 6 need to consult in a health care professional.
Common Uses: Hay fever, common cold, allergies, and respiratory issues.
- - Just as effective as Sudafed
- - Used Impede technology to deter meth cooks
- - Non-drowsy formula
- - Maximum strength for fast relief
- - Opens up the passage way to your nose