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Librax, Clindex, Chlordiazepoxide & Clidinium


Librax is a combination of Librium (chlordiazepoxide hydrochloride) and Quarzan (clidinium bromide)

Librium is an anti-anxiety drug. Quarzan is an anticholinergic/spasmolytic.


combo - benzodiazepam & anticholinergic


Chlordiazepoxide and clidinium are used together to treat GI-related problems such as enterocolitis, irritable bowel syndrome, and peptic ulcer disease.

Side Effects

akathisia, ataxia, blurred vision, confusion, constipation, drowsiness, dystonia, hypotension, injection site reaction, libido decrease, libido increase, menstrual irregularity, nausea/vomiting, oculogyric crisis, opisthotonus, physiological dependence, syncope, tremor, trismus, withdrawal,

Xerostomia, altered taste, nausea/vomiting, dysphagia, heartburn, constipation, ileus, urinary hesitancy, impotence, blurred vision, mydriasis, photophobia, palpitations, headache, flushing, nervousness, drowsiness, weakness, dizziness, confusion.

Drug-Vitamin-Herb Interactions

Negative interactions:

Grapefruit juice
Grapefruit juice slows the breakdown of several drugs, including benzodiazepines.

Sedative herbs: Kava, Valerian, Passionflower, Hops
Sedative herbs may cause excess sedation.

Positive interactions:

Melatonin may help handle withdrawal symptoms from benzodiazepines.




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