The recording is done under the patient's identification number (e.g.drivers license number), and allows the pharmacist to see previous sales recorded at other pharmacies with this number.The pharmacist can then use this information to decide whether the sale of the pseudoephedrine-containing product is appropriate or not. I've had the same problem, really wanted psedos, but couldn't get it.
Dangers of non sedating antihistamine
Alternatively, nasal sprays work well, they generally last 8-12 hours Yeah beconaise works reasonably well..
But if you have ongoing blocked nose issue the doc.. Takes about 2 weeks for the stuff to work, but its pretty good. I've had sinus problems for a very long time, since I was a teen, and there are only two things that work for me – pseudoephedrine, or the evil nose sprays.
Pseudoephedrine is a key ingredient that is required in the manufacture of methamphetamine, and until recently, the easiest way to acquire pseudoephedrine was through the over-the-counter purchase at pharmacies.
Prior to the launch of PROJECT STOP, there has been no system or tools available to assist pharmacists in screening the sale of pseudoephedrine products, and had to rely solely on their professional judgement to detect PSEUDO-RUNNERS.
I always be sure to ask for products containing pseudoephedrine when I have a cold.
They always look me up and down and act all surprised when I can pronounce "pseudoephedrine", then take my ID and make me wait 10 minutes while they pretend to be busy (this is just to 'punish' me for asking for pseudo, the license checks are instant), but they've never flat out refused.It is penalising us all for the bad things a very small number people do with it.What is wrong with resticting the amount sold rather than a total ban!! Yep....it's pretty tough Are you sure that Chemist stocks pseudoephedrine based products? I went there this afternoon and asked for Sudafed Original, then Codral Original.Both a no go and had to settle for the 'new formula' Codral that I have used before and hasn't worked anywhere near as effectively.This new legal requirement, which was written into the Poisons and Dangerous Drugs Act, brings the Territory into line with each of it's neighbouring states.