Epsom Salt by Good Neighbor Pharmacy
Dosage form: granule, for solution
Ingredients: MAGNESIUM SULFATE 100g in 100g
Labeler: Good Neighbor Pharmacy
NDC Code: 24385-807
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Magnesium Sulfate USP (epsom salt)
relieves occasional constipation (irregularity)
generally produces bowel movement in 1/2 to 6 hours
relieves pain from minor sprains and bruises
presently taking a prescription drug
do not use more than directed.
As a laxative,
you have rectal bleeding or no bowel movement after use .
These could be a sign of a serious condition.
you need to use a laxative more than one week.
As a soaking solution,
you have redness, irritation, swelling, or infection occurs.
hot or warm soaks should not be used by individuals with diabetes except with the advice of a physician.
ask a health professional before use.
In case of accidental overdose, seek professional assistance or contact a poison control center immediately.
Tamper Evident Do not use if heat sealed carton is improperly sealed.
Epsom Sale Magnesium Sulfate USP MgSO 7H20
Good Neighbor Pharmacy
A Soaking aid for minor sprains and bruises
A saline laxative for the short term relief of constipation
Net Weight 4lb 1.81 kg
dissolve before using
epsom salt granule, for solution
|Labeler - Good Neighbor Pharmacy (007914906)|
|Registrant - Aaron Industries, Inc. (113044205)|
|Aaron Industries, Inc.||113044205||analysis(24385-807), manufacture(24385-807)|
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