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What is butalbital?

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1 Jul 2011

Butalbital is a barbituate, usually found in a compound with tylenol and caffiene, butalbital helps relax muscle contractions associated with tension and migraine headaches, along with tylenol and caffiene it is very effective in migraine headache sufferers.
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