Tylenol Arthritis Recall 2009
Tylenol Arthritis Recall 2009 - A nauseating "moldy" stench has disgusted many people trying to use Tylenol Arthritis Pain Caplet 100- count containers with red EZ- Open caps.
Tylenol manufacturer McNeil PPC Inc. has recalled everyone of this product, that's simply identified by its unique red cap. The new recall stretches to a five- lot recall of the merchandise stated last November.
McNeill states that lot of customers accounted on the product that had an odd moldy, musty, or mildew- like odor associated with an indications of nausea or vomiting, stomach pain, and looseness of the bowels. But to date, these types of health incidents were short-term and non- severe, McNeill states in a news release.
The cause of smell is found to come from the defect product of a substance which is used to cure the wood pallets on which the product's packing materials were conveyed and kept.
The chemical caused by the odor, 2, 4, 6- tribromoanisole, is developed once fungi wears out a common fungicide called 2, 4, 6- tribromophenol. A full well-being side effects of 2, 4, 6- tribromoanisole are not identified.
People who bought the products must instantly quit using them and get in touch with McNeil to get your money back or substitute. McNeil could be reached on its site or by phone at 888- 222- 6036.