What is a G.I. cocktail?

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A G.I. cocktail is a generic term for medication that is generally given for the treatment of dyspepsia is typically a combination of antacid, lidocaine and anticholinergic mixed in equal parts. Soldiers would rather have the G.I. cocktail than a single drug, because the effects of relief last longer with the cocktail because of their different methods of release for their active ingredients.
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