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Muscle Relaxants:

  • Zanaflex
    Zanaflex is a short-acting muscle relaxer. It works by blocking nerve impulses and is used to treat spasticity by temporarily... more
  • Robaxin
    Robaxin is a muscle weakening.
  • Baclofen
    0.34£
    Baclofen is a medicine prescribed for treating of the following conditions: cramping of muscles, rigidity, spasm of skeletal... more
  • Lioresal
    0.35£
    Lioresal is a muscle relaxant. Lioresal was approved for use in the treatment of alcoholism.
  • Flexeril
    CYCLOBENZAPRINE is a muscle relaxant. It works by blocking nerve impulses (or pain sensations) that are sent to your brain. Cyclobenzaprine... more

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  • What is the quality of generic drugs?
    They are chemically the same and since the active ingredient is identical they have the same medical effect as brand drugs.
  • What are generic drugs?
    Generic drugs are the same drug products as brand, but they are produced and distributed without patent protection. Generic drugs contain the same active ingredients as the original brand drugs.
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