Note that there are only three active ingredients and none of them is really long and starts with a "P". The long "P" ingredient is the meth trouble causing one that has been removed. After I recovered from last fall's cold I started casually checking out the cold aisle whenever I happened to be in a drugstore. To date I have not found the original Nyquil. I'm not sure if it's because the pharmacies don't want to waste their precious shelf space which seems to be solely dedicateded to contraband Sudafed or because it's simply not being made anymore. However, I did manage to find a Walgreens's brand that sports this fantastic list of ingredients:
So, my quest continues as Walgreen's brand is probably just as good but let's face it, there are some things that you don't go generic with and my Nyquil is clearly one of them. As a side note-I thought this blog was hhysterical and proves I may be crazy but in a completely different way than this person:
Monday, June 13, 2011
Here are some photo highlights from our night.
Our team participated in the Team Banner Lap. We all gathered around our cool banner and as we walked onto the field the DJ called out "Here come Cacklin Hens 4 A Cure!" It was a nice moment. We then walked a couple of wet laps around the track with the banner.