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Noun1.Coricidin - an antihistamine (trade names Coricidin and Chlor-Trimeton)
antihistamine - a medicine used to treat allergies and hypersensitive reactions and colds; works by counteracting the effects of histamine on a receptor site
brand, brand name, marque, trade name - a name given to a product or service
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She adds that Bayer Consumer Health has a robust portfolio that includes products spanning multiple segments such as Multi-Symptom (with Alka-Seltzer Plus), Adult Medicated Nasal (with Afrin), and Multi-Symptom for those with high blood pressure (with Coricidin HBP).
Richard Stripp, a New York-based forensic toxicologist Thursday told ( People that the cold medicine Coricidin taken by Phelps contained both dextromethorphan and chlorpheniramine.
(+5.1%) * Growth Brands Brand Manufacturer Claritin Bayer Alka Seltzer Plus Bayer MucinexDM Reckitt Benckiser Benadryl Johnson & Johnson Mucinex Fast Max Reckitt Benckiser Theraflu Novartis Consumer Health Zyrtec D McNeil Consumer Healthcare Vicks Nyquil & Vicks Procter & Gamble Coricidin HBP Bayer Vicks Nyquil Procter & Gamble Sudafed PE McNeil Consumer Healthcare Vicks Qlearquil Procter & Gamble Tylenol Sinus McNeil Consumer Healthcare Children's Zyrtec McNeil Consumer Healthcare Boiron Oscillococcinum Boiron XL 3 SelderS.A.
The most common OTC drugs youth report abusing in their homes are Nyquil (30.5%), Coricidin (18.1%) and Robitussin (17.8%) (NSDUH, 2008).
Coricidin HBP Cough & Cold tablets are an over-the-counter medication but in slang are referred to as "Triple Cs" (because the tablets had "CCC" printed on them).
"Triple C" is derived from Coricidin Cough & Cold, an over-the-counter antihistamine medication containing dextromethorphan, a cough suppressant in many cold medicines.
* Over-the-counter products such as Robitussin and Coricidin HBP.
Department of Justice, is the illicit use of DXM for "Robo-tripping" or "skitting" by teenagers - using products such as Robitussin and Coricidin to get high.
The most common medications reported among respondents who disclosed having abused an OTC cough/cold medicine were NyQuil (31%), Coricidin (18%), and Robitussin (18%).