LYSSOL CLEANER, Texas — When you have a fever, or you’re dehydrated, you don’t need to wait for a prescription.
Now you can take Lysol Cleaner from Texas Pharmacy and HealthCare, which can remove up to 15% of your body weight in less than two hours, according to the drug’s manufacturer.
It’s the first FDA-approved, FDA-cleared anti-fever medication that is FDA-compliant.
The drug has been approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration for use in adults over the age of 50.
The FDA approved the drug in November.
Dr. Robert Karp, a senior research scientist at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, is the company’s chief medical officer.
He’s also a board member of the Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America.
“We’re not trying to create a new pill,” he said.
“We’re trying to do what we can to make sure we have a pill that is safe and effective.”
The FDA approved LYssol Cleaners in November as a generic for adults over 50, so the drug can be sold in stores nationwide.
A few weeks ago, the FDA sent a letter to Texas Pharmacies and HealthCares saying it would require that the drug be approved for younger adults over 45, including those who have been hospitalized or who are taking certain medications.
Karp said the drug would be sold by drugstores.
The FDA will be requiring the drug to be sold as an over-the-counter drug for those under the age for which it is approved.
That’s because it’s still not clear how many people over the younger age group will actually be able to take it, said Dr. Thomas Schoeller, the lead on the FDA’s Medicare and Medicaid Drug Programs review.
The drug’s inventor, University of Houston researcher William J. Jones, said the FDA letter was an effort to prevent a new medication from gaining widespread distribution.
“This drug is not a new, new product,” Jones said.
But he added that it was not too late to get this drug to people who need it.
The FDA said it would begin issuing generic licenses to those who do not already have them.
According to Jones, the drug works by inhibiting a protein called lysosomal lipase, which breaks down the fats that cause the fever.
It is believed to prevent the body from making the fats needed to fuel the fever, which in turn keeps the body cooler.
The Drug Enforcement Administration, meanwhile, said it was aware of the FDA-approval but would not comment on its enforcement actions.
The company is trying to make Lysol cleaner available to anyone over 50.
But it’s not the only company to develop a drug that does this.
Lysol Clean is the first drug approved by an FDA-regulated company to prevent people from losing weight.
The Food and Drugs Administration has issued two generic licenses for LYsol Clean to supplement and replace existing over-prescription drugs for the same reason.
While the FDA has approved two other generic drugs to prevent weight loss, only one of them, the Zantac-Aldrich drug, was approved by a drug approval board.
The Aldrich product is based on a new anti-bacterial, anti-inflammatory drug called Tetracycline.
The Drug Enforcement Agency approved Tetrcycline for the treatment of colds and flu.
The agency also approved the Zetia product, which is based upon a drug called L-Dopa.
The Zetias also have similar properties to LYsol Clean.
But the FDA said they did not have enough information to allow a generic designation for LYSOL CLEANS.
There are a number of other FDA-recognized drugs approved to treat conditions like cancer, arthritis, diabetes and Alzheimer’s.
The company is hoping the drug will help people stay off their meds.
The new drug has not yet been approved for humans, and Karp noted that the company had not yet tested the drug for safety.
In a statement, Pfizer, the company that makes the Zenti-Lysosomac brand of anti-cancer drugs, said that its company was not aware of any studies to show that LYsa Cleaners could help patients with certain conditions.
Pfizer said the company is exploring the potential of using LYSol Clean as a treatment for other conditions.