Corex Cough Syrup bottles each with 50ml contents.- see fig 1
Both bought from Panjim, Goa (diff. Pharmacy).
Both labels say almost same thing except DX -see fig 1
One Mfg in Bangalore the other in Mumbai
One has company (Pfizer)hologram on it , the other (cheapest) has not – see fig 2
One has MRP Rs. 41 the other Rs.32 see fic 3
Latest Mfg date Aug. 2009 Rs. 32 and older Mfg June Rs.41
Each 5 ml
Both had -Chlorpheneramine Maleate IP 4mg
One had – Dextromethorphan hydrobromide 10mg (Cheaper)
The other -Codeine Phosphate IP 10mg (costlier).
Dextromethorphan (DXM) is a common ingredient found in many cough and cold remedies. It helps stop a cough. Used as directed, DXM products are safe and effective. But DXM has become popular among teens who want a cheap, easy high. DXM was approved by the FDA in 1958. You can find it in at least 70 common over-the-counter (OTC) cough and cold medicines.
DXM has no serious side effects when used in small doses. When taken in larger amounts, it can distort awareness and alter time perception. It can also cause hallucinations.
Cold medicines with DXM also have other ingredients that can be harmful in large amounts. These include acetaminophen or decongestants. Combining high doses of DXM with alcohol is very unsafe, too. It can lead to death.
Less common is abuse of prescription cough medicines containing codeine and promethazine. This has become glamorized by some hip hop artists. The medicine is often mixed with soda and candy to decrease the bitter taste. This form is often referred to as “syrup” or “sizzurp.” Several hip hop artists have reportedly been hospitalized after abusing this drink. Order Corex cough syrup from us today. Buy Corex cough syrup.