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Cabinet Ibuprofen
Cabinet Ibuprofen
Cabinet Ibuprofen
Cabinet Ibuprofen

Cabinet Ibuprofen


Provides fast and powerful headache and pain relief.

  • Help Relieve Aches and Pains –  These 200mg Ibuprofen tablets can relieve headaches, toothaches, backaches, and more.

  • Fight Fevers Fast – A natural anti-inflammatory, ibuprofen can help bring down fevers and inflammation to give you back your focus and clarity.

  • Live Life On the Go – Keeping our tablets with you at work, in the car, or in your bathroom can make it easier to stay one step ahead of aches and pains.

  • Convenient Family Size – This bottle of Ibuprofen contains 100 individual tablets for long-lasting individual relief or for entire family use.


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Active Ingredients (in each tablet)

Ibuprofen 200 mg (NSAID)** (Pain reliever/fever reducer)

**nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug

Expert Advice

Cabinet Ibuprofen is the supreme fever reducer and pain relief medicine to get rid of minor aches, pains, and other symptoms fast. If you are suffering from a toothache, dental pain, heartburn, abdominal pain, stomach pain, back pain, joint pain, chest pain, pain in the ears resulting from tinnitus, or similar symptoms, Cabinet Ibuprofen will be able to get you the relief you need. If you suffer from rheumatoid arthritis, this may be the best medication for your joint pain. What’s more, thanks to its ingredient composition, unlike other brand names such as Paracetamol, Nurofen, Methotrexate, Diclofenac, Motrin, Advil, and Naproxen, among others, the use of Ibuprofen in this medication serves to treat moderate pain while providing relief from multiple flu-like symptoms. Therefore, this makes it a unique medication on the market. Infused in each capsule is 200mg of Ibuprofen, a powerful pain reliever. That said, in as much as Cabinet Ibuprofen is a respectable solution to relieve your pain, it may not be the best medication for you. Taking this may result in a serious allergic reaction. Therefore, if you have been allergic to Cabinet Ibuprofen in the past, you should avoid this medication at all costs and look for an alternative. Similarly, if you are in a particular age group, consuming this pain reliever constitutes a serious risk. Consequently, you should find out from your doctor whether this is right for you. For more information on how this medication interacts with blood thinners, anticoagulants, ingredients such as acetaminophen, brufen, cyclooxygenase, shipping in the United States, or NIH, OTC or FDA approval, please consult your doctor.

Dr. Vandana Patel


Internal and pulmonary medicine expert with 30 years of experience with critical care medicine

Frequently Asked Questions

How often can I take Cabinet Ibuprofen?

Each time before you consume Cabinet Ibuprofen, it is imperative that you verify the dosage that you should be taking. This information is located in the product information. If you do not adhere to the dosage, you may suffer a serious condition like a heart attack or worse. In case of overdose, please visit a Poison Control Center at the earliest. Having said that, adults along with children over the age of twelve (12) should take one (1) tablet every four (4) to six (6) hours during the time that your symptoms persist. If you do not get relief from using one (1) tablet, you can take (2) tablets in one dosage. That said, do not take more than six (6) tablets within a twenty-four (24) period unless your doctor tells you otherwise. For children less than twelve (12), please consult your doctor.

How long does Cabinet Ibuprofen take to work?

Cabinet Ibuprofen is designed to provide you with fast relief. Therefore, you should begin to feel an improvement in your symptoms within a few hours following taking your dosage. That said, as mentioned previously, if you do not see relief, you can continue consuming more Cabinet Ibuprofen in accordance with the instructions specified in the product information or based on your doctor’s recommendations.

What allergic reactions can I suffer from taking Cabinet Ibuprofen?

Please note that like most medications, consuming Cabinet Ibuprofen may result in an allergic reaction. This applies to you if you are allergic to ibuprofen. Symptoms you may experience include hives, facial swelling, shock, skin reddening, blisters, skin rash, asthma, wheezing, and more. Similarly, since this medication contains a nonsteroidal, anti-inflammatory drug that may cause severe stomach bleeding, you are placed on high alert. This is all the more true if you have or have had stomach ulcers, blood clots, heartburn, high blood pressure, kidney disease, or trouble breathing.

Can I use Cabinet Ibuprofen when pregnant?

If you are pregnant and wish to use Cabinet Ibuprofen, you should seek medical advice from a licensed health professional. While Cabinet Ibuprofen is a safe medication, it may pose a risk to the health of your unborn child. For that reason, a doctor may recommend that you refrain from using it during your pregnancy. If you are cautioned against its use, please do not take this medication.

Can I buy Cabinet Ibuprofen over-the-counter?

Cabinet Ibuprofen is not a prescription drug. Consequently, this means that you are not obligated to produce formal authorization from a doctor giving you permission to use this medication. As a result, you are more than free to purchase Cabinet Ibuprofen without a prescription. That said, if you are not sure whether this nonprescription medication is for you, you are advised to seek medical advice from a health professional before using it.

Who is at risk when taking Cabinet Ibuprofen?

Cabinet Ibuprofen is a medication that has nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAID). This ingredient can present negative symptoms to persons who use this medication. These symptoms include severe stomach bleeding, among others. While this is uncommon, there are certain groups of people who are more prone to this risk than others. These include persons who suffer or have suffered from internal bleeding, stomach ulcers, or any sort of internal rupture in the stomach. In a similar fashion, if you suffer from kidney disease, liver cirrhosis, consume three (3) or more alcoholic drinks daily when using this medication, or take steroid drugs, you are also increasing your chances of stomach bleeding.

What side effects can I experience from Cabinet Ibuprofen?

In addition to stomach bleeding, your body may produce a strong allergic reaction to Cabinet Ibuprofen. You may experience common side effects such as facial swelling, wheezing, skin reddening, blisters, a rash, or more. If this occurs, please stop the use of this medication immediately and go to see the nearest emergency room. Where possible, please visit your allergist or a physician prior to using this medication so as to reduce the occurrences of any of the symptoms listed previously.

When should I not use Cabinet Ibuprofen?

If you have a history of allergic reactions to other pain relievers or fever reducers, you should not use this medication. If you are about to have heart surgery, do not consume Cabinet Ibuprofen. That said, if you have had a heart attack, heart disease, Coronavirus (COVID-19), poor fluid retention, suffered heart failure, or have had a stroke in the past, you are warned that you are at increased risk of experiencing a relapse if you take Cabinet Ibuprofen. Therefore, you are cautioned to check in with your doctor before using this medication. Once again, if you suffer from liver cirrhosis, internal bleeding, stomach ulcers, or other conditions, you are advised to check with a doctor to find out if you can use Cabinet Ibuprofen to avoid getting serious side effects. If you are unsure as to whether Cabinet Ibuprofen is right for you, please check with a health physician.

Can I use Cabinet Ibuprofen while breastfeeding?

If you are currently breastfeeding or hoping to do so soon, you are advised to speak with your doctor to find out whether this medication is right for you. In as much as it is safe, Cabinet Ibuprofen’s ingredient composition may filter through to your breast milk and constitute a health hazard to your baby. Therefore, in the best interest of your child’s health, you are strongly advised to consult a health professional before using this medication.

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