Provides Information on Oral, Over-the-Counter Treatments for Cold Sores, Canker Sores, Shingles and Muscle Cramps

Company's Web Site Highlights Products Available Soon at Major Drugstores

RENO, Nev. (Feb. 26, 2007) — Consumers can now find the latest information on the only over-the-counter oral medications for treating cold sores, canker sores, muscle cramps and shingles at the newly launched American Bioceuticals Web site,

American Bioceuticals researches and provides consumers with effective, over-the-counter health solutions. The company's four products will soon be found at major drugstores nationwide.

Included on the site:

- Lipreve(TM): The first oral, over-the-counter medication for quickly healing cold sores;
- Orul(TM): The first oral, over-the-counter medication for treating canker sores;
- Zostamine(TM): The first oral, over-the-counter medication for treating shingles; and
- Crampamine(TM): An oral, over-the-counter medication that prevents and provides relief from muscle cramps and the pain and stiffness associated with them.

In addition to providing details on the products themselves, the site also includes information on cold sore treatment; canker sore treatment; shingles symptoms and treatment; and muscle cramp causes and treatment.

"We have worked long and hard to create an informational site that will aid consumers in better understanding their particular condition and how our products can help," said Michael Nelson, president of American Bioceuticals. " is a great resource for our customers and is succeeding at educating them on the causes and treatments of these common health afflictions."

About American Bioceuticals
American Bioceuticals was created to address the escalating nationwide self-care trend toward more effective and less invasive ways to prevent and treat adverse health conditions. The company is dedicated to researching and introducing effective OTC health solutions into the marketplace. American Bioceuticals is a successful offshoot of its parent company, Wingfield Nevada Group, a holding group with more than 50 companies, including several media outlets and the oldest 7-up(R) bottling company in the U.S.

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