Pharma Franchise, Pharma PCD & Third party manufacturing of Muscle Relaxant Drugs
Muscle relaxants are drugs that are prescribed to relax and reduce tension in muscles. They are more simply referred to as muscle relaxants.
Some work in the brain or spinal cord to block or dampen down excessively stimulated nerve pathways. These are called centrally acting muscle relaxants and examples include baclofen, methocarbamol, and tizanidine.
Others act directly on muscle fibers and are classified as peripherally acting muscle relaxants. Examples include dantrolene and the different types of botulinum toxin. Although dantrolene acts directly on the muscle itself, it also appears to indirectly act on the central nervous system and can cause drowsiness.
Cannabis extract also has muscle relaxing properties and is thought to act both centrally and peripherally.
Muscle Relaxant Drugs: