How much hydrocodone is in each tsp of this hycodan cough syrup?

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28 Oct 2009

WOW, I have been all over this website looking for the answer to your question. I FINALLY found it. There is 5 mg of hydrocodone in each teaspoon and also 1.5 mg of homatropine methylbromide which is put in there to discourage deliberate overdosing.

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