Information about Buclizine

Buclizine uses

Buclizine is used in the treatment of vertigo, allergic disorders and motion sickness.

How buclizine works

Buclizine blocks the action of certain chemical messengers that are responsible for inflammation, congestion, itching, and other allergic reactions.

Common side effects of buclizine

Psychomotor impairment, Blurred vision, Dizziness, Dry mouth, Difficulty in urination, Eye swelling, Lip swelling, Gastrointestinal discomfort, Headache, Rash, Skin redness, Sleepiness, Thickened respiratory tract secretions, Urticaria.

Available Medicine for Buclizine

  • ₹21 to ₹72
    Mankind Pharma Ltd
    2 variant(s)
  • ₹31 to ₹95
    Mankind Pharma Ltd
    2 variant(s)
  • ₹135 to ₹258
    Rekvina Laboratories Ltd
    2 variant(s)
  • ₹55
    S.S.M Pharmaceuticals
    1 variant(s)

Expert advice for Buclizine

  • Consult your doctor if you have closed angle glaucoma (increased pressure in the eyes), liver or kidney disease, if you are taking monoamine oxidase inhibitors (drugs for depression)
  • You should not take buclizine for more than 3 days.
  • Do not drive or operate heavy machinery because you may feel sleepy or dizzy while being treated with buclizine. 
  • Do not consume alcohol while taking buclizine as it may worsen the side effects.
  • Tell your doctor if you are or planning to become pregnant or are breastfeeding.

Frequently asked questions for Buclizine


Q. What is buclizine hydrochloride (Hcl) multivitamins?
Salt form of buclizine (buclizine Hcl) along with multivitamins is used in the patients with low appetite and as dietary support in chronic illness, metabolic disorders and during recovery from medical treatment or post-surgery. It is also used as supplementary treatment for anorexia (loss of appetite) associated with tuberculosis, iron-deficiency anemia, anorexia nervosa (loss of appetite for food) and malnutrition (lack of proper nutrition)
Q. What is buclizine syrup?
Buclizine syrup is used as an appetite stimulant for weight gain in children.

Content on this page was last updated on 13 February, 2017, by Dr. Varun Gupta (MD Pharmacology)