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The permissibility or impermissibility of using medication that contains a small amount of alcohol. Kindly note that the alcohol is not used in medication for it’s healing property, but rather as an inactive preservative. The alcohol in medication is usually a

synthetically derived ethanol. Please also advise if there is any difference in your ruling if the medication is to be used for something mild (like a common cold) or something serious and life threatening?

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Asked on December 29, 2007 12:00 am
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1.) Do not use the medication which has alcohol.
2.) If there is no alternative and the patient is very poor then there is some room of permissability of using such medicine.
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Answered on December 29, 2007 12:00 am
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