Who invented Midol?

Answer Midol is an over-the-counter medicine marketed by Bayer, for relief of menstrual cramps. The active ingredient in Midol Liquid Gels is ibuprofen, a pain reliever discovered in the 1960s by Stewart ... Read More »

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Who are the makers of Midol?

Midol, a brand of over-the-counter medication that promises relief for menstrual symptoms, is made by Bayer Consumer Care, a division of Bayer Healthcare. Established in 1994, the division is headq... Read More »

Midol Alternatives?

Midol is a drug manufactured by Bayer Healthcare to help women alleviate the symptoms of premenstrual syndrome; PMS symptoms include cramps, bloating, fatigue, backache and headache. Five different... Read More »

Who created Midol?

Midol was invented by Henry D. Calam of Peekskill, New York, and Hans A. Schaeffer of Linden, New Jersey. It was filed with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office on November 21, 1995. Midol is used ... Read More »

What is in regular Midol?

Midol Complete contains 500 mg of acetaminophen, 60 mg of caffeine and 15 mg of pyrilamine maleate. Acetaminophen is a pain reliever; caffeine functions as a stimulant. Pyrilamine maleate is a diur... Read More »