Limited Access Drugs

2 March 2018

There are ingredients in certain drugs that have possible risks and misuse/abuse potential. These drugs therefore have restrictions about how they can be made available to the public and are referred to as “limited access drugs”. 

Currently, there are more than 80 drugs (representing hundreds of branded products) listed in Schedule U of the National Drug Schedules that can be made safely available to the public at convenience stores and other non-pharmacy outlets.  For example:  Tylenol, Advil in certain quantities, Gravol Natural Source, and several cough and cold products that do not contain Pseudoephedrine.

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