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Date posted: August 25, 2012
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Dangerous drugs have been globally discarded but are available in India

The most common ones are Vicks action 500 & Nimulid.

Phenylpropanolamine: cold and cough.
Reason for ban :Stroke.
Brand name : Vicks Action-500

Analgin: This is a pain-killer.
Reason for ban:Bone marrow depression.
Brand name:Novalgin

Cisapride: Acidity, constipation.
Reason for ban :irregular heartbeat
Brand name :Ciza, Syspride

Droperidol: Anti-depressant.
Reason for ban :Irregular heartbeat.
Brand name :Droperol

Furazolidone: Antidiarrhoeal.
Reason for ban :Cancer.
Brand name :Furoxone, Lomofen

Nimesulide: Painkiller, fever.
Reason for ban :Liver failure.
Brand name : Nise, Nimulid

Nitrofurazone: Antibacterial cream.
Reason for ban :Cancer.
Brand name :Furacin

Phenolphthalein: Laxative
Reason for ban :Cancer.
Brand name :Agarol

Oxyphenbutazone:
Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug.
Reason for ban :Bone marrow depression.
Brand name :Sioril

Piperazine: Anti-worms
Reason for ban :Nerve damage.
Brand name :Piperazine

Quiniodochlor: Anti-diarrhoeal.
Reason for ban :Damage to sight.
Brand name:Enteroquinol

Be Careful

1) Mobile
Don’t put your mobile closer to your ears until the recipient answers, Because directly after dialing, the mobile phone would use its maximum signaling power,which is: 2watts = 33dbi. Please Be Careful. Please use left ear while using cell (mobile), because if you use the right one it may affect brain directly. This is a true fact from Apollo medical team.

2) Appy Fizz
Do not drink APPY FIZZ . It contains cancer causing agent.

3) Mentos
Don’t eat Mentos before or after drinking Coke or Pepsi coz the person will die immediately as the mixture becomes cyanide. Please fwd to whom u care.

4) Kurkure
Don’t eat kurkure because it contains high amount of plastic if U don’t Believe burn kurkure n u can see plastic melting. Please forward to all!!!!!!!!! !! News report from Times of India

5) Avoid these tablets as they are very dangerous

  • D cold
  • Vicks action- 500
  • Actified
  • Coldarin
  • Co some
  • Nice
  • Nimulid
  • Cetrizet-D

They contain Phenyl- Propanol -Amide PPA.Which Causes strokes, and these tablets are banned in U.S.

6) Cotton Ear Buds
Cotton Ear Buds… (Must read it) Please do not show sympathy to people selling buds on roadside or at Signals…… Just wanted to warn you people not to buy those packs of ear buds you get at the roadside. It’s made from cotton that has already been used in hospitals. They take all the dirty, blood and pus filled cotton, wash it, bleach it and use it to make ear buds. So, unless you want

to become the first person in the world to get Herpes Zoster Oticus (a viral infection of the inner, middle, and external ear) of the ear and that too from a cotton bud, DON’T BUY THEM! Please forward to all this may be helpful for someone…… ………. Please forward to all your near and dear ones….!

Dr. T. S. Roy MD, PhD
Professor, Department of Anatomy
All India Institute of Medical Sciences
New Delhi – 110 029

Comments

6 Responses so far.

  1. Rupam Sharma says:

    Very commonly unknown facts. very helpful

  2. sufi abul bashar says:

    its a greatful information.

  3. Ramakrishnan says:

    Majority of the Indians do not aware about the lethal effects of allopathic medicines. When we believe the Doctors whose professional is a noble one, they also prescribe such banned medicines. What is the solution for this? Will they stop prescribing such banned medicines when the market is so lucrative and money earning machine for them?

  4. Dr.Prashant S.Badgujar says:

    its a need for medical awareness for us and to lay persons.
    thanks

    • pradeep says:

      what the heck ? who are lay persons .. get your english correct firstly at least !! what kind of doctor you are ? due to people like you only we patients suffer ..

      shame on you .. there is nothing like lay persons correct word is a layman

  5. Bhagavan P S says:

    Good compilation sir.

    May I invite and the readers to my 82nd blog on “Banned drugs and the Pharmacist” on the link below:

    http://www.pharmainfo.net/bhagavanps/blog/82-banned-drugs-pharmacist

    Thanks in advance

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