Over-the-counter (OTC) drug

Drugs that are safe and effective for use by the general public without a prescription are defined as over-the-counter (OTC) drugs. These drugs are often located on shelves in pharmacies with easy access by patients, but may also be located in non-pharmacy outlets, such as grocery stores, convenience marts and large discount retailers. In the U.S., there are more than 80 classes of OTC drugs, ranging from allergy medicines to pain relievers to weight loss products.

437 drugs
Prostalitu

Pumpkin Seed Oil 50mg

Prostan

Pumpkin Seed Oil 300mg

Isostate

Saw Palmetto 450 mg

Permixon

Saw Palmetto 80 mg

Prosta S

Saw Palmetto 160 mg

Soplamin

Saw palmetto 160 mg

Evaculax

Calcium Polycarbophil 625mg

Evak

Calcium Polycarbophil 625mg

Pitpar

Guar Gum 600mg

Regumucil

Psyllium Husk 49 g

Ema skin t

echinacea angustifolia 5%

Ins. humulin n 100i.u/ml 1v 10ml

Insulin isophane 100 i.u.