Muscle relaxant pills recalled because the dose is higher than listed

A batch of muscle relaxant tablets has been recalled because the bottles may contain a higher dosage than listed on the label. The company notes in its recall advisory that taking too much of this drug may result in excessive depression of the central nervous system, potentially causing issues that can include fainting, falling, coma, seizures, and death.

The recall comes from Bryant Ranch Prepack of Burbank, California, which is recalling one batch of its Methocarbamol 500mg tablets. The issue, according to the company, is that these bottles labeled with a 500mg dosage may actually contain 750mg tablets, putting consumers at risk of taking too much muscle relaxant.

Fortunately, the company hasn’t received any reports of issues resulting from ....

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