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do a "google" search for it...you'll come up with several sites explaining what it is and how it works.

this is one of many:

http://www.tiscali.co.uk/lifestyle/heal ... 03476.html

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 Post subject: Re: Active ingredients of daktarin
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lopez wrote:
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I have recently completed my bachelor’s degree in chemistry from state university, California. As a student of chemistry I am eager to know what the constituents of daktarin are. It is also helpful for me as I can decide with its constituents that it will be safe for my grand father or not. I will appreciate any information regarding this.


umm...i have a question..."as a student of chemistry" with a bachelor's degree no less, why on earth would you come to a forum and ask perfect strangers what the composition of daktarin is????????

if any thing, i should be asking you!! additionally, didn't they teach you how to use search engines when you were in college?

something doesn't seem right here.......if an idiot like me can easily find the composition of daktarin within 5 minutes on the net, i really have to question your post.


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Hmmmm...Lopez may be "rooming" with a few others who have asked similar questions in almost the same way lately.

I would be very, very careful of giving or taking medical advice to and from this discussion forum, folks. Think about it...if you want to respond at all to these people who are rather densely asking these questions, wouldn't it be more sensible (and certainly safer) to simply refer them to places like WebMD or GOOGLE?

Better yet, advise them to see their own health care professional wherever they live and be done with it. GEEZ.... :roll:

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i agree, catherine, and we replied "carefully". but, after reading the OP again, one certainly has to question why a chemistry student with a bachelor's degree would come to a strange forum and ask strangers for some composition of medicine.

it struck me as being rather odd.....lol...but, i'm a wacko anyways. :P


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You weren't included in that response, mga, and I apologize for not inserting "as mga suggested one of those posters to do."

Your "advice" was spot-on! :lol:

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Catherine wrote:
You weren't included in that response, mga, and I apologize for not inserting "as mga suggested one of those posters to do."

Your "advice" was spot-on! :lol:

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hey...i knew what you meant, catherine...you need not respond. :)


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