It may be the end of the line for a popular decongestant. Pseudoephedrine, the mainstay decongestant in many over-the-counter cold and allergy medicines, is at the center of a national upheaval of the cough, cold and allergy category. As a result, products containing PSE may be near extinction, retailers and industry observers told SN. On March 9, the Combat Meth Act, embedded in the USA Patriot Act, was signed into law by President Bush, effectively limiting the amount of PSE products ...
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