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Cabinet Nasal Decongestant is a premium non-drowsy medication which guarantees maximum strength while providing relief from sinus congestion, nasal congestion, and pressure.

 

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Active Ingredients (in each softgel)

Phenylephrine HCl 10 mg (Nasal decongestant)

Inactive Ingredients

Croscarmellose sodium, FD&C red no. 40 aluminum lake, FD&C yellow no. 6 aluminum lake, hypromellose, lactose, magnesium stearate, microcrystalline cellulose, polyethylene glycol, silicon dioxide, titanium dioxide

Expert Advice

Cabinet Nasal Decongestant is the best, over-the-counter (OTC) decongestant tablet that easily treats upper respiratory allergies. On one hand, this relief tablet is a maximum strength non-drowsy solution which provides you with fast relief from both sinus congestion and pressure. On the other hand, unlike Mucinex Sinus, Tylenol, Acetaminophen, Johnson & Johnson, you can be sure to secure temporary relief from nasal congestion. In essence, any type of upper respiratory allergies that stem from the common cold, hay fever, or the flu can be treated with Cabinet Nasal Decongestant. The active ingredient, Phenylephrine, works to unclog your nasal passages so you can restore your regular breathing pattern and reduce discomfort. Therefore, this sinus decongestant does not only work to provide sinus pressure relief and mild flu symptom relief, but it also provides pain relief. By extension, you can also use the Cabinet Nasal Decongestant to treat mild head congestion. While it is not marketed as a cough suppressant, you may get some relief from using this product to reduce cough fittings. That said, it’s primary focus is to provide congestion relief. Put an end to sleepless nights where your clogged nasal passages do not allow you to sleep. Use the Cabinet Nasal Decongestant to recover your strength and feel better in next to no time. That said, before using this medication, please see the directions and instructions that govern its use. Under no circumstances should you exceed the maximum dosage specified for the use of this decongestant. In case of overdose, please consult a Poison Control Center immediately. If you have any doubts concerning how this medication should be administered, please seek medical help from a licensed health professional prior to consuming Cabinet Nasal Decongestant.

Dr. Vandana Patel

MD, FCCP

Internal and pulmonary medicine expert with 30 years of experience with critical care medicine

Frequently Asked Questions

When should I take Cabinet Nasal Decongestant?

Cabinet Nasal Decongestant is the perfect solution to fight against maximum strength congestion and put an end to sinus and nasal irritation. For starters, this nasal decongestant is ideal for persons who suffer from congestion-related symptoms that stem from hay fever, the common cold, and clogged nasal passages. In such cases, Cabinet Nasal Decongestant works to provide quick relief from congestion-related issues and restore you back to health. In doing so, this medication also acts as a pain reliever against aches and pains that stem from chest congestion, providing you with maximum strength dose in quick time. Please note that this is not a prescription drug. For more information on FDA approval or rules which govern its consumption in the United States, please contact your doctor.

Can anyone use Cabinet Nasal Decongestant?

Before going through the dosage instructions, it is important to highlight that Cabinet Nasal Decongestant is not for everyone. If you consume products that contain prescription monoamine oxidase inhibitor (MAOI), then you should not take Cabinet Nasal Decongestant. MAOI drugs are those which contain ingredients used to treat emotional conditions such as Parkinson's disease, psychiatric conditions, and depression.

How often can I take Cabinet Nasal Decongestant?

The instructions that govern the use of this nasal decongestant mandate that adults and children over the age of twelve (12) take one caplet every four hours. For children under the age of 12, please confer with a doctor. Your doctor may determine that your child under the age of 12 should not consume Cabinet Nasal Decongestant. If that is the case, please respect their decision.

What should I do if i take more than the maximum dosage of Cabinet Nasal Decongestant?

You should not consume more than six (6) tablets within a 24-hour period. In case of overdose, please alert the nearest Poison Control Center to you. What’s more, if you are currently breast-feeding or expected to breastfeed soon, please confer with a doctor before using Cabinet Nasal Decongestant. Your doctor may advise you not to use this product. If you are cautioned not to use it, please respect your doctor’s opinion as a licensed healthcare professional. If you are permitted to use it, then respect the maximum dosage amount indicated on the product information packaging. 

How long does it take for Cabinet Nasal Decongestant to work?

Cabinet Nasal Decongestant is designed to provide quick relief from common cold and flu symptoms. Therefore, you should expect your symptoms to clear up within a few days. That said, if your symptoms persist after seven (7) days of first applying this nasal decongestant, please discontinue using this product and consult a doctor immediately as that may be an indicator of a serious condition. Similarly, if you feel dizziness, nervousness, blisters, sleeplessness, or any other symptom which you had not previously noticed, please get in touch with a doctor as soon as possible.

If I have a prior medical condition can I use Cabinet Nasal Decongestant?

Prior to using this product, please consult with a doctor if you suffer from high blood pressure, an enlarged prostate gland, difficulty urinating, thyroid disease, diabetes, or heart disease. If your doctor discourages you from using Cabinet Nasal Decongestant as a result of your previous medical history, do not go against their medical opinion.

Can I take Cabinet Nasal Decongestant when pregnant?

If you are pregnant and wish to consume Cabinet Nasal Decongestant, you should seek advice from a licensed medical professional. Feel free to do so at any point in time during your pregnancy. Depending on your medical condition, you may be cautioned to stop use of this decongestant either during the entirety of your pregnancy timeline or during select periods. In the same fashion, a medical doctor may inform you that consuming Cabinet Nasal Decongestant during your pregnancy is safe for both you and the baby. However, in doing so, you may be cautioned not to exceed a particular dosage within 24 hours. Whatever medical advice that your doctor provides should be respected. Therefore, if your doctor strongly advises you not to consume this medication, please do not do so. As mentioned previously, if you are breastfeeding, you should also seek counsel from a medical expert.

Can I consume alcohol while using Cabinet Nasal Decongestant?

You should not take Cabinet Nasal Decongestant with alcohol. While this medication works to clear your nasal passages, alcohol has a tendency to distort reality, cause you to feel sluggish, and hinder your ability to operate at your best. This defeats the purpose of our Nasal Decongestant as it is designed as a non-drowsy formula that serves to allow you to get maximum relief from congestion without the need to feel sleepy. Therefore, it is counterproductive to mix alcohol with medication which has a composition that fights against the same side-effects produced by alcohol. 

What is the best way to consume Cabinet Nasal Decongestant?

You are highly recommended to consume each tablet with a glass of water. If you consume this with alcohol, you run the risk of experiencing side effects such as vomiting, dizziness, sleeplessness, nervousness, and loss of energy. Consequently, it is best to consume Cabinet Nasal Decongestant with water.

How many Cabinet Nasal Decongestants can I take?

As stated previously, when using Cabinet Nasal Decongestant, you should never consume more than six (6) tablets in 24 hours. If you do, contact a Poison Control Center immediately. That said, while the maximum dosage is six (6), you do not have to consume as many as six (6) tablets in a day. You should use your own discretion to determine your body’s needs. If you have minor nasal congestion, then you may find that you may not need to take as many as six (6) tablets in a day.

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