Suffering from a stuffed nose? Feeling under the weather? Tired of not being able to breath? There is a solution within reach, a nasal decongestant.

Brooksville, Florida — August 2, 2012

A nasal decongestant reduces the blood vessels and tissues in the nose and eyes that swell in response to a cold with an allergan. A nasal decongestant does not cure colds, but rather relieves symptoms of congestion.

Overall decongestants are sold in many forms, including, tablets, capsules, caplets, gelcaps, liquid-caps, nasal sprays, and nose drops. Because nasal congestion is just one of the many symptoms commonly associated with colds or allergies, these medications are also sold in combination with other medicines.

Decongestants are generally considered safe for healthy adults and for certain younger age groups. Side effects are most often seen in patients with health problems that increase the likelihood and severity of side effects or in patients who take decongestants for lengthy periods of time. Common side effects can include dizziness, nervousness, and rapid heart beat.

There are many manufactures of decongestants, yet MCR American Pharmaceuticals is a specialty pharmaceutical company that focuses on the marketing, development, sales and distribution of the highest quality medications. The company has been in the pharmaceutical field since 1991 and currently manufactures and sells 12 medication products that aim to relieve the common cold, sinusitis, hay fever, and allergic rhinitis.

The company manufactures a variety of decongestants that relieve nasal and sinus congestion caused by allergies and/or colds. MCR American Pharmaceuticals sells its nasal and sinus decongestants online.

"My 7-year-old daughter recently didn't feel well and I needed a strong nasal decongestant for children, and so I turned to MCR American Pharmaceuticals and in no time she was feeling better and was less congested," said a recent MCR American Pharmaceuticals customer who wished to remain anonymous.

MCR American Pharmaceuticals manufactures a variety of decongestants tailored to most age groups, including children.

"Decongestants for children are hard to come by, but luckily we were able to create medications that are ideal for young ages," said owner of MCR American Pharmaceuticals, David Daniel Ambrose.

A childrens decongestant needs to contain lower ingredient levels and still be able to cure the ailment, and so MCR American Pharmaceuticals manufactured a medication group called Maxiphen that is ideal for children.

Maxiphen helps patients who have congestion due to the common cold, sinusitis, hay fever, and allergic rhinitis. Maxiphen is considered both a children and adult decongestant because it contains low levels 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.

In addition, MCR American Pharmaceuticals manufactures another heavy duty decongestant called Maxiphen DM. Maxiphen DM is an expectorant, decongestant, and suppressant that contains Pseudoephedrine, Guaifenesin, and Dextromethorphan and is strong enough to cure post nasal drip cough.

"All MCR American Pharmaceuticals' decongestants are strong enough to cure any sort of nasal or sinus problem," said a local pharmacist who wished to remain anonymous.

More About MCR American Pharmaceuticals

Brooksville-based specialty pharmaceutical company MCR American Pharmaceuticals is focused on the marketing and development of the highest quality pharmaceuticals. MCR American Pharmaceuticals was founded by Jack Reagin in 1991 in Birmingham, AL. and quickly expanded to several states in the Southeast. In 1999, MCR American Pharmaceuticals was purchased by David Ambrose and was relocated to Brooksville, FL. and in 2008 the company was acquired by Neuro-HiTech. Today MCR American Pharmaceuticals' products are marketed throughout the United States and sold directly to the general public as well as medical offices, wholesalers, distributors and local pharmacies.

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