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What is the generic alternative for Librax?

 

Question:
What is the generic alternative for Librax?

Answer:

The generic version of Librax is a combination of chlordiazepoxide and clidinium. It is used to help treat stomach ulcers and irritable bowel syndrome.

 

Online pharmacies in our program do not currently offer Librax or its generic versions for sale.

 

Save Money on Librax

 

If you are searching for lower prices for Librax or its generic at your local U.S. pharmacy, be sure to ask your pharmacist if paying cash works in your wallet's favor, because sometimes the cash prices of a medication costs less at the pharmacy counter than your usual co-payment. You can also find printable discount coupons on sites, such as GoodRX.com. When you choose a pharmacy, just click "Get free coupon" and you are all set to print and obtain your discount at the pharmacy of your choice.

 

Librax Patient Assistance

 

PharmacyChecker.com offers a search tool for patient assistance programs. Many pharmaceutical companies offer aid with the cost of medications through patient assistance programs.

 

Librax Patient Assistance Program

 

Where is Librax made?

 

Brand-name Librax 5 mg sold in the United States is manufactured in Canada by Valeant Pharmaceuticals International, Inc. and also distributed by Valeant Pharmaceuticals (see below). We found U.S. packages of the generic, chlordiazepoxide and clidinium, indicating manufacturing in Canada, Florida, and Delaware. 

 

 

 

Published 6/1/2018




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