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In general, people consume products like milk of magnesia to treat constipation.
These include Bayer[R] Aspirin, Aleve[R], Alka-Seltzer Plus[R], Bactine[R], RID[R], Phillips'[R] Milk of Magnesia, Midol[R], Alka-Seltzer[R], One-A-Day[R] and Flintstones[TM] vitamins.
WITH regards to the disappearance of milk of magnesia.
Cosmetics expert Paula Begoun says: "Apply a very light layer of Milk of Magnesia with cotton wool to open pore areas before putting on your foundation.
Some of its brands include Bayer Aspirin, Aleve, Alka Seltzer, Alka Seltzer Plus, Bactine, Citracal, RID, Phillips' Milk of Magnesia, Midol and One A Day Flintstones vitamins.
A big hit, we understand, was the Milk Of Magnesia Sorbet.
Good over-the-counter choices include milk of magnesia or Miralax.
Besides Bayer Aspirin and One-A-Day vitamins, they include Aleve, Phillips' Milk of Magnesia, Midol, Alka-Seltzer, Alka-Seltzer Plus, Bactine, RID and Flintstones vitamins.
If additional treatment is needed, milk of magnesia is an inexpensive saline agent that causes osmotic fecal passage and is the preferred treatment over stimulants and more expensive agents such as lactulose or polyethylene glycol.
The money will be spent reconstructing 15 structures, Paul said, ranging from a wishing well made out of Milk of Magnesia bottles to a shack for more than 1,000 plastic dolls.
I haven't seen the data on this, but I understand this form has been better tolerated than the milk of magnesia preparations, which if taken in large quantities have the classic effect.