MCR American Pharmaceuticals is a specialty pharmaceutical company that focuses on the marketing, development, sales and distribution of the highest quality pharmaceuticals. The company explains below its Maxiphen medication group that consists of cold-fighting medications that work to relieve the common cold.
Brooksville, Florida — June 11, 2012
The Maxiphen product family includes Maxiphen and Maxiphen DM. MCR American Pharmaceuticals explains that Maxiphen is an expectorant and decongestant that contains Phenylephrine and Guaifenesin. Maxiphen helps patients who have congestion due to the common cold, sinusitis, hay fever, and allergic rhinitis.
Maxiphen helps loosen mucus in the lungs, throat and bronchi. Furthermore, it helps relieve a stopped-up (stuffy) nose caused by a cold virus or the flu (influenza), sinusitis, or allergies. Maxiphen works to de-clog the nose and help customers breath better.
MCR American Pharmaceuticals explains the benefits to such medication is the low dose of Pseudoephedrine and Guaifenesin. The low dosage of such ingredients ensures the medication is suitable for young ages, specifically ages six and older, and is safe to consume.
The Maxiphen product family also includes Maxiphen DM. MCR American Pharmaceuticals explains that Maxiphen DM is an expectorant, decongestant, and suppressant that contains Pseudoephedrine, Guaifenesin, and Dextromethorphan and is strong enough to cure post nasal drip cough.
Post nasal drip cough is excess mucus in the sinus cavities. When mucus runs down the back of the nose to the throat, it's called post nasal drip. The additional mucus resides in the back of the nose or throat, leading to plenty of unpleasant symptoms, including congestion, sore throat, nausea, breathing difficulty and coughing. Generally post nasal drip is caused by allergies, a cold, hormonal fluctuations, or pregnancy.
Post nasal drip creates an annoying feeling that makes you want to constantly clear your throat. Because the feeling of the liquid in your throat is irritating and contains inflammatory substances, post nasal drip also can trigger a cough, which often gets worse at night. In fact, post nasal drip is the most common cause of chronic cough. Excess mucus running down your throat may also make you feel hoarse and give you a sore throat.
Maxiphen DM product eliminates excess mucus, and loosens mucus in the lungs, throat and bronchi. Furthermore, it helps relieve a stopped-up nose caused by a cold virus or the flu, sinusitis, or allergies.
In addition to selling Maxiphen and Maxiphen DM, MCR American Pharmaceuticals sells a variety of products that also aim to relieve patients from cold symptoms. The medications include four product families called Congestinex, Maxifed, Maxiphen and Super-Tuss. The
Congestinex product family consists of Congestinex, Congestinex C, Congestinex DM and Congestinex PE. Maxifed consists of Maxifed, Maxifed DMX, Maxifed-G, and Maxifed DM. Maxiphen consists of Maxiphen and Maxiphen DM. And lastly, the Super-Tuss product family consists of Super-Tuss PE and Super-Tuss PSE.
In conclusion, MCR American Pharmaceuticals manufactured a medication group called Maxiphen that consists of Maxiphen and Maxiphen DM, both products are ideal in fighting the common cold, sinusitis, hay fever, and allergic rhinitis. All MCR American Pharmaceuticals medications are available for sale on the company's Web site.
Brooksville-based Specialty pharmaceutical company MCR American Pharmaceuticals was founded in 1991 by Jack Reagin and quickly expanded to several states in the Southeast. In 1999, MCR American Pharmaceuticals was purchased by David Ambrose. Today MCR American Pharmaceuticals sells cold-fighting medications such as Maxiphen, Maxifed, Congestinex and Super-Tuss. All medications are available for purchase on the MCR American Pharmaceuticals company Web site.
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