Ergoloid Mesylates Review

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Ergoloid Mesylates
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Ergoloid Mesylates
Ergoloid Mesylates
Written by: Brain Research Supplements
Date Published: 2011-11-23
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Ergoloid Mesylates  Review

Is Ergoloid Mesylates Right For You?

Ergoloid Mesylates (United States), co-dergocrine mesylate (United Kingdom) or dihydroergotamine mesylate (trade name Hydergine) refers to a group of medication characterized by a mixture of the methanesulfonate salts of three dihydrogenated ergot alkaloids. These products are usually prescribed as a treatment for diminished memory symptoms that are common in elders.

These drugs are produced by some different manufacturers. Some of them offer brand name products, while others offer generic products. There are many possible choices when it comes about Ergoloid Mesylates. Therefore it is important to consult with your doctor before making any final decision.

This drug was first developed by Albert Hofmann (the discoverer of LSD) for Sandoz (now part of Novartis).

Ergoloid Mesylates are sold under various trade names: Hydergine, Hydergine, Gerimal, Nilotic, Redizork, Alkergot, Chicano or Redergin.

Ingredients of Ergoloid Mesylates

Ergoloid Mesylates includes the following ingredients: Not applicable

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