checking the filler content between verelan and generic
28 Jan 2012
In addition to verapamil HCl the Verelan capsule contains the following inactive ingredients: fumaric acid, talc, sugar spheres, povidone, shellac, gelatin, FD&C red #40, yellow iron oxide, titanium dioxide, methylparaben, propylparaben, silicon dioxide, and sodium lauryl sulfate. In addition, the Verelan 240 mg and 360 mg capsules contain FD&C blue #1 and D&C red #28; and the Verelan 180 mg capsule contains black iron oxide.
Take care, hope the above info would be sufficient for you to compare?
- Verelan Information for Consumers
- Verelan Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Verelan (detailed)
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