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Does albuterol sulfate have a steroid in it?

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23 Nov 2009

No, albuterol sulfate does not contain steroid in it.

Albuterol is a relatively selective beta2-adrenergic bronchodilator.

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svenskvornic 17 Feb 2012

Actually, Yes it is.

svenskvornic 17 Feb 2012

Oh wait, sorry... NO it's not, but it is used by body builders to burn fat.

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