What is butalbital?

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Anonymous

1 Jul 2011

Hi GRITS,
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.
Best wishes to you,
sweetlemon

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