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What is Norgesic (aspirin/caffeine/orphenadrine)?

Norgesic (aspirin-caffeine-orphenadrine) is a prescription medication used to treat muscle conditions, such as painful spasms, and injuries, such as sprains. This combination medication combines three active ingredients: aspirin, which decreases pain and inflammation; orphenadrine, which relaxes tight muscles and relieves pain, stiffness and cramps; and caffeine, which enhances the pain relieving capacity of both aspirin and orphenadrine. Norgesic is available in tablet form.

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