I used to take Dristan Cold tablets years ago, my husband says I didn't, that I took Drixoral. I can't find a picture of what the Dristan Cold tablets look like. I can find the Drixoral tablets. Does anyone know why, or can you describe the Dristan Cold tablets?
8 May 2011
Dristan is an oval/eliptical pill with the name printed right on it and it is white, you can recheck this information here on this site, by going to pill identifier, check the agree box, the legal jargin and in medication name box, type in what you have and the picture will pop up telling you of identifying marks, mg amts, shape, color and what it is for... Hope this was helpful... Blaze22
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