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Dec. 14, 2012
TARAH KI HARDY LUDLOW
Allergy capsules; Allergy tablets; Antacids; Anti-infectives; Anti-inflammatory and antipyretic preparations; Anti-itch cream; Antibacterial substances for medical purposes; Antibiotic creams; Antifungal creams for medical use; Antihistamines; Artificial tears; Cough expectorants; Decongestant nasal sprays; Dietary and nutritional supplements; Expectorants; Fungal medications; Gels, creams and solutions for dermatological use; Hemorrhoid treatment preparations; Hemorrhoidal ointments; Herbal supplements for sleeping problems; Medicated creams for treating dermatological conditions; Medicated diaper rash ointments and lotions; Medicated hair serums; Medicated lip balm; Medicated lotions for treating dermatological conditions; Medicated lotions for treating bacterial, viral and fungal infections, skin irritation, dermatitis, insect and reptile bites and inflammation; Medicated ointments for treating dermatological conditions; Medicated shampoo; Medicated skin care preparations; Medicated skin care preparations, namely, creams, lotions, gels, toners, cleaners and peels; Medicinal creams for skin care; Menstrual symptom treatment preparations; Nail fungus treatment preparations; Natural remedy preparations for the treatment of gastro-intestinal conditions, hormonal and chemical imbalances, and sleep disorders; Natural sleep aid preparations; Pain relief medication; Pharmaceutical preparations and substances for the treatment of damaged skin and tissue; Pharmaceutical preparations and substances for the treatment of gastro-intestinal diseases; Pharmaceutical preparations for the treatment and prevention of urinary irritation and infections; Pharmaceutical preparations for the treatment of eye diseases and conditions; Pharmaceutical preparations for the treatment of immune system related diseases and disorders; Pharmaceutical preparations for treating allergic rhinitis and asthma; Pharmaceutical products for treating respiratory diseases and asthma; Sleeping pills/tablets; Topical analgesic creams; 006; 018; 044; 046; 051; 052
Abandoned because no Statement of Use or Extension Request timely filed after Notice of Allowance was issued. To view all documents in this file, click on the Trademark Document Retrieval link at the top of this page.
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