Ventorlin CFC Free Inhaler 100 Mcg/18 Mg


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Salbutamol 100 mcg is the active ingredient in the Ventorlin CFC Free Inhaler, which is used to treat asthma, chronic bronchitis, and other respiratory conditions. It is manufactured by GSK, one of the world’s largest pharmaceutical firms. Patients should always use Ventorlin CFC Free Inhaler 100 mcg/18 mg at a predetermined time, ideally as recommended by their doctor. Do not exceed the recommended dosage. In pregnant or lactating women, it should be avoided or used with extreme caution. It is always recommended that patients adhere to their doctor’s prescriptions and dosage directions. Adults should take two puffs at a time, while youngsters should take only one puff. It’s available at any major pharmacy, drugstore, or medical supply store, and it’s only available with a doctor’s prescription.


About Ventorlin Inhaler CFC-Free

Ventorlin inhalers are rescue inhalers used to treat Asthma and Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease(COPD). 

The inhaler contains Salbutamol as its active ingredient. It eases the strain in the airway muscles and improves lung airflow.

GSK plc specializes in manufacturing the Ventorlin CFC Inhalers. 

Uses of Ventorlin Inhaler CFC-Free

Ventorlin Inhaler belongs to a group of fast-acting Bronchodilators, also known as relievers. They are used in treating the following conditions,

  • Asthma
  • Bronchitis
  • Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease
  • Constriction of airways 

Working of Ventorlin Inhaler CFC-Free

Ventorlin CFC Free Inhaler consists of a significant amount of Salbutamol. 

Salbutamol acts to relax muscles in the airways and increases air influx to the lungs. 

Hence, helping the person with breathing difficulties to breathe easily. 

Ventorlin CFC Free Inhaler 100 Mcg_18 Mg with Salbutamol

Ventorlin CFC Free Inhaler 100mcg/18 mg dosage

You may need to prime your Ventorlin inhaler before using it for the first time. The direction of priming is mentioned in your medicine. 

The usual dose of Ventorlin inhalation is two inhalations every 4 to 6 hours. 

To prevent exercise-induced bronchospasm, use two inhalations 15 to 30 minutes before exercising. The effects of Ventorlin inhalation should last about 4 to 6 hours.

However, use inhalation precisely as prescribed by your doctor. Do not use the inhalation in larger or smaller amounts or longer than recommended.

Keeping your inhaler clean is necessary. 

You should clean the plastic actuator with the canister removed at least once a week. Your medicine comes with directions for adequately cleaning your device.

Do not allow children to use Ventorlin inhalation without help from an adult.

You can also check other alternatives to treat symptoms of Asthma and COPD.

Side effects

Ventorlin Inhaler CFC-Free consists of FDA-approved Salbutamol as its active ingredient. Hence, it is a trusted medication but sometimes might show some mild to moderate side effects, 

  • Shaking and trembling of arms and feet
  • Headache
  • Nausea
  • Coughing
  • Swelling of face, tongue, lips, eyelids, hands, and feet
  • Muscle pain and cramps
  • Difficulty in passing the urine
  • Electrolyte imbalance
  • Skin rashes and spotting   
  • Behavioral Changes
  • Increased Glucose Level in Blood


Ventorlin inhalers can interact with certain drugs and diseases to show side effects. Hence, consult your doctor before using the inhaler. 

Drug Interactions 

The medicine might interact with other drugs to show side effects. Please inform your doctor about the medication you take to avoid side effects. 

Disease Interactions

  • Cardiovascular Disease
  • Diabetes
  • Hypokalemia  
  • Seizures
  • Kidney disease


  • Keep the inhaler out of reach and sight of the children
  • Wipe off the inhaler’s mouthpiece with a fiber-free tissue/cloth and put the cap on the inhaler after every use
  • Do not use the expired product; read the information carefully before using it
  • Consult your medical professional for the medication’s dose, time, and strength


Store the Ventorlin CFC Free Inhaler at a cool temperature in a dark, clean, and dry place. Do not refrigerate the contents.

Frequently Asked Questions 

Is Ventorlin Inhaler safe for diabetic patients?

Your blood sugar levels could rise due to using Ventorlin Inhaler CFC Free. As a result, your doctor may change the dosage of your insulin or anti-diabetic medication. Don’t forget to keep a check on your blood sugar levels and be on time for your appointments. 

If your blood sugar levels suddenly increase, go to your doctor.

What would happen if I took a higher than the advised dose of Ventorlin Inhaler?

Ventorlin Inhaler CFC Free overdoses can result in seizures, chest pain, nervousness, headaches, dry mouth, nausea, dizziness, and a lack of energy. Hence, always follow your doctor’s instructions for using the medicine. 

Is Salbumatol a steroid? 

No, Salbumatol is a beta-agonist. The medication affects your airways by docking at the beta receptors there. You can breathe more quickly due to this relaxing the muscles in your airways.

What does a CFC-free inhaler mean?

CFCs are used as propellants (spray) to move the Salbutamol salt out of the inhaler. This helps the patients breathe the medicine into their lungs.

What side effects are caused by the Salbutamol inhaler?

Nervousness, shaking (tremor), headache, mouth dryness or irritation, cough, nausea, or dizziness may occur. If these effects last or get worse, consult your doctor immediately.

How do you use Ventorlin CFC-free?

Hold the inhaler upright and ensure your hand is not blocking the air holes. Breathe in slowly and deeply through the mouthpiece. You should always use the inhaler according to your doctor’s instructions.

Additional information

Active Ingredient (Generic Name)

Salbutamol / Albuterol



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