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Do not exceed two tablets per day.
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Caution: Federal law prohibits transfer of this drug to any other person than patient for whom prescribed
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123 MAIN ST AUBURN, AL 12345
PROPRANOLOL SCOPOLAMINE TABLET TRITURATE
40 MG/0.5 MG
48 TABS Lot# Exp
Take 1 tablet sublingually or orally as directed by your physician as needed for symptoms of panic or anxiety.
Do not exceed 2 tablets per day
PH No refills authorized 10/8/2014
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