I read recently that my favorite cold remedy, Nyquil, removed pseudoephedrine - apparently because they feel the risk of people using it for unintended purposes is greater than the need of those usingit for INTENDED purposes. It got me to thinking about another chnage Nyquil made in the 70s. IU was very young, so I don't remember the details. I was hopeful that someone here would. Nyquil once used to be MAGIC! It was the elixer of health sent from the gods of nasal passageways. I remember taking it as a youngster and waking up healthy. It was great. Then one day it stopped working. It still helped me sleep, but I woke up feeling just as bad as when I went to sleep. I asked my mother about it and she told me they changed something about it's active ingredients. To this day I wonder what it was. I would pay dearly for it again. With the most recent change Nyquil is turning into just really nasty green stuff - which I get enough of when I have a cold. (yuk!) So does anyone here remember what the 'good stuff' was in Nyquil back in the mid/late 70s?