I just found 3 capsules in a bottle of medicine. The capsules are 2 tone green (hunter and mint green). They are marked LUPIN 500. I can't find any search results looking it up by that name. The powder is not bitter but tastes terrible!
What is Lupin 500?
Question posted by Mary Bogumil on 3 July 2010
Last updated on 3 July 2010 by Rajive Goel
Pill imprint LUPIN 500 has been identified as Cephalexin 500 mg.
Cephalexin is used in the treatment of bacterial infection; bladder infection; upper respiratory tract infection; skin infection; kidney infections (and more), and belongs to the drug class first generation cephalosporins. There is no proven risk in humans during pregnancy.
Cephalexin 500 mg is not subject to the Controlled Substances Act.
Please destroy/drain/flush the caps, or take them across to the pharmacist for accurate & professional identification, hope this helps?
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