What is in Dolgic Plus and what is butalbital?

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30 Nov 2010

I believe it is the same as tylenol (acetaminophen). It is used in a medicine called fioricet which contains butalbital and caffeine which is used for tension and migraine headaches. The butal. is a mild barbiturate and combined with the caffeine and acetamiin. is reduces the severity alot. If taken right away it gets rid of migraines and I used it for many years. The butalb. reduces the tension in your neck, head, whatever is tense and combined with the other ingredients works great for many people. The butalb. can be addicting so be careful not to take more than 6 a day.

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