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antihistamine used to treat allergic responses (as rhinitis or dermatitis or pruritus)

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Brands include AllerMax, Altaryl Children's Allergy, Banophen, Benadryl, Diphenhist, Dormin, Genahist, Miles Nervine, Nytol, Siladryl, Sleep-eze 3, Sleepwell 2-nite, and Sominex.
Under the deal, Omega Pharma will take over GSKa[euro](tm)s consumer brands Lactacyd, Abtei, Solpadeine, Zantac, Nytol and Beconase, as well as the Herrenberg manufacturing facility producing some of these brands, the vendor said in a press release.
The brands manufactured at Aiken, include alli, Beano, Ecotrin, Nytol, Phazyme, Sominex and Tagamet/Stomedine.
The poll for sleep aid Nytol said people in Cardiff averaged six hours 25 minutes a night - in comparison to the UK average of six hours 44 minutes.
Mike swears by Nytol, some sort of sleeping pill, but recommends on a day flight I take it when I arrive otherwise I'll be zombie.
These include Citrucel, Oscal, Chap-et, Contac, Debrox, Ecotrin, Feosol, Gaviscon, Geritol, Gly-oxide, Massengill, Nytol, Phazyme, Sominex, Tagamet, Targon and Vivarin.
The inquest was told that a post-mortem had revealed an overdose level of the antihistamine drug diphenhydramine, which is also found in the sleeping medication Nytol. Two boxes of Nytol were in his bedroom.
On Nytol Sleep Aid: "Warning: May cause drowsiness."
Pins the over-the-counter remedies: Sominex, Nytol, Sleep-Eze.
The active sleep-inducing component found in Nytol, Sominex, Sleep-Eez, and the PM versions of Excedrin, Tylenol, and Anacin is the antihistamine diphendydramine.
Stress: Ginseng, pounds 16.50 for 300 capsules (6-11p a day); Nytol, pounds 4.15 for 16 tablets (26p a day); cost difference: 20p a day
In Canada, Nytol maker, the Block Drug Company, sells valerian as a sleep aid, and Johnson & Johnson sells feverfew for migraine treatment.
Students running short of Nytol may find this an adequate substitute (as always, they should also consider the Internal Revenue Code).
Stratton had taken an overdose of the insomnia drug, Nytol, before cutting his wrists.
Their need for Nytol disappeared when they were approached by two veteran employees and executives, Butterman and Mines, who suggested they implement modern, aggressive growth strategies through an infusion of new ownership.