Common brand names:Actifed Cold and Sinus, Alka-Seltzer Plus Cold, Children's Tylenol Cold, Acetogen, Allerest Sinus Pain Formula, Allergy Sinus, Allergy Sinus Comtrex, Allergy Sinus Pain Reliever, Allergy Sinus-D, Allergy-Sinus Acetaminophen, Allergy/Sinus Max Strn W/O Asa, Allergy/Sinus Non-ASA Max St, APAP Allergy Sinus, BC Allergy-Sinus-Headache, Children's Cold, Children's Cold & Pain, Children's Non-Aspirin Cold, Children's Pain Relief-Cold, Childrens Cold, Childrens Tylenol Cold, Co-Hist, Codimal, Cold Medicine, Cold Medicine Plus, Cold Plus, Cold Relief Extra-Strength, Comtrex, Drinex, Duadacin, Extra Strength Sinus, Extra Strength Sinus Relief, Flu & Cold, Flu & Cold Hot Liquid Medicine, Flu & Cold Medicine, Flu Cold & Cough, Flu-Cold Medicine, Flu/Cold Medicine, Flu/Cold/Cough Medicine, FV Allergy/Sinus No ASA Max St, HCA Allergy Sinus, HM Allergy/Sinus No-ASA Max St, HM Sinus Maximum Strength, Kol-Spans/Sina-Spans, Lan-Tabs, Lorsin, Max APAP Al/Sinus Caplet, Maximum Apap Allergy/Sinus, Maximum Strength Sinus, Maximum Strength Sinus Tablet, MDL Flu/Cold Medicine, Non Aspirin Allergy Sinus, Non-ASA Sinus/Allergy, Non-Aspirin Allergy Sinus, Non-Aspirin Allergy/Sinus, Non-Aspirin Child's Cold, Non-Aspirin Cold, Non-Aspirin Sinus, Non-Aspirin Sinus Allergy, Non-Aspirin Sinus/Allergy, Pain Rel-Allergy-Sinus, Pain Relief Allergy Sinus, Pain Relief Plus Cold, Pain Reliever Allergy Sinus, Pain Reliever Cold, Pain Reliever/Allergy/Sin, Phenagesic, Phenapap, Phenapap Sinus Headache, Pseud/Apap Cpm, Quinlet, SB Flu-Cold, Simplet, Sinacol, Sinarest, Sine-Off, Singlet, Sinu, Sinu-Prep, Sinugen, Sinugesic, Sinumed, Sinuprep, Sinus, Sinus Aid, Sinus Allergy, Sinus Cold Tablet, Sinus Extra Strength, Sinus Extra-Strength, Sinus Formula, Sinus Improved, Sinus Max, Sinus Maximum Strength, Sinus Pain Relief Max Str
Summary of Interactions with Vitamins, Herbs, & Foods
Types of interactions:beneficial= Beneficialadverse= Adversecheck= Check
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