Sunday, July 1, 2012 9:20:24 AM
onoffonoffon: Acetaminophen (Tyelnol) works by basically blocking the COX from the video (Cox blocked?... anyway...) but it's not blocking them in the same place. It`s blocking COX enzymes in the central nervous system rather than out at the nociceptors, aka, your spine/brain areas. It`s also not a terribly well understood drug, so there are other things going on there, as well, that are not actually scientifically proven.
Sunday, July 1, 2012 9:15:24 AM
keith2: Take it with food. Vicodin is made of hydrocodone and.. guess what? Acetaminophen. They hydrocodone messes with your brain's receptors rather than the active slots on your nociceptors.
Sunday, July 1, 2012 9:11:13 AM
Draculya: The pharmacist in me cannot let this go as it is. Acetaminophen is NOT an NSAID (Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug). It is in fact classified as an analgesic, which does not help inflammation and pretty much just blocks pain.
Fleaman1797: It's cheap. It does work. It won`t kill you if you don`t take too much of it, much like anything else in life. Don`t use it every time you break a nail, and don`t think you can take a whole load of it at one time and you`ll be fine.