Buy Ventolin (Albuterol) Online


Ventolin is a medication commonly prescribed for treating asthma and COPD or chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.

Drug Related Drug Names
Albuterol, Salbutamol, Accuneb, ProAir HFA,
Proventil, Proventil HFA, Ventolin HFA, Vospire ER


It is important not to take more Ventolin than your doctor has prescribed you.

If you notice any changes in the way your Ventolin inhaler works, for example you need to take it more often to relief the symptoms, or it is not helping with wheezing or tightness in the chest any more you need to talk to your doctor about it.

If something like this happens it may be a signal that your COPD or asthma is getting worse and you may now need different medication to treat it.

Sometimes the inhalers such as Ventolin can make the wheezing or paradoxical bronchospasm worse right after you use them. If this is the case with you stop using the medicine for a while and consult your doctor as soon as possible. Your physician will help you to understand the reason for this reaction and help you to find an alternative asthma or COPD relief.

If you are taking asthma medication and have severe symptoms of the conditions it is very important for you to test your blood for potassium levels regularly. The reason for this is that hypoxia (low oxygen levels in blood) together with Ventolin can lower the levels of potassium in your blood.

Ventolin and its side effects

Sometimes a doctor will consider prescribing you alternative medications instead of Ventolin in case you have diabetes, high blood pressure, heart diseases, hyperthyroidism or irregular heartbeats.

You shouldn’t take Ventolin if you are allergic to it or to any of its separate ingredients. If you start experiencing an allergic reaction after taking the drug please consult your doctor before using it again.

If you are pregnant and suffer from asthma it is better to use a Ventolin inhaler than other medication, because the inhaler minimizes the amount of drug that gets into the blood stream and may potentially harm the baby.

Mothers who breast feed should use Ventolin with caution, as it passes into the milk in small amounts.

There are different side effects associated with Ventolin and they usually vary from person to person. However, the most common ones are tremors in hands, nervous tension, faster heart beat, headache, heart palpitations, low potassium levels in the blood, muscle cramps, sudden narrowing of the airways.

However these are not all of the possible side effects, therefore if you start experiencing any condition that is not common for you and you begin to be concerned for your health you need to seek medical attention.

Ventolin and peanut allergies

People, who suffer from peanut butter allergies and asthma at the same time, have a serious problem with finding a treatment for their asthma symptoms.

The reason for this is that many of the asthma medications include lecithin that can be derived from peanuts. Therefore asthma treatment can actually make the allergies worse for some of the patients.

Ventolin is very commonly used and is a very popular “rescue inhaler” but some people need it more than others.

People who have a very serious and unfortunately quite common condition of peanut allergies do not have a whole lot to chose from when they need an asthma inhaler.

The interesting thing is that Ventolin is the only inhaler that does not have lecithin in it and because of that is safe for people who are allergic to peanuts.