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MUCINEX® SINUS-MAX® Liquid Gels - Pressure, Pain & Cough

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UPC Size Country
3-63824-68616-5 16.0 count box USA

Ingredient Information

Ingredient Function
Polyethylene Glycol BinderHelps bind the product ingredients together in a tablet format.
Acetaminophen AnalgesicThe active in a drug product used in the prevention or treatment of pain.
Gelatin BinderHelps bind the product ingredients together in a tablet format.
Guaifenesin DrugA substance that has a physiological effect when ingested or otherwise introduced into the body.
Sorbitol HumectantRetains moisture.
Crospovidone ExcipientAn inactive substance that serves as the vehicle or medium for a drug or other active substance.
Glycerin HumectantRetains moisture.
Propylene Glycol SolventSolubilizes or dissolves at least one other substance to form a solution.
FD&C Yellow No. 6 ColorantChanges the color of a product (includes dyes and pigments).
Dextromethorphan HBr Cough SuppressantThe active in a drug product used to prevent and stop coughing.
Phenylephrine HCl Nasal DecongestantThe active in a drug product used to treat relieve nasal congestion.
Soy Lecithin ExcipientAn inactive substance that serves as the vehicle or medium for a drug or other active substance.
Titanium Dioxide PigmentAn inert substance used to adjust the color of a tablet coating.
Mineral Oil OilA liquid that is very slippery and greasy.
Titanium Dioxide PigmentAn inert substance used to adjust the color of a tablet coating.
Shellac PigmentAn inert substance used to adjust the color of a tablet coating.
The list above contains the product ingredients listed in descending weight percent. The ingredient names use the INCI (or equivalent) nomenclature system. Click here for more information on the nomenclature system.