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Schedule H1 Drug List

Schedule H1 has been introduced through Gazette notification GSR 588 (E) to check the indiscriminate use of antibiotics, anti-TB and some other drugs in the country. The schedule contains certain 3rd and 4th generation antibiotics, certain habit-forming drugs and anti-TB drugs.


Schedule H1 Drug-Warning: -It is dangerous to take this preparation except in accordance with the medical advice. -Not to be sold by retail without the prescription of a Registered Medical Practitioner.”

Schedule H1 Drugs List

  1. Alprazolam
  2. Balofloxacin
  3. Buprenorphine
  4. Capreomycin
  5. Cefdinir
  6. Cefditoren
  7. Cefepime
  8. Cefetamet
  9. Cefixime
  10. Cefoperazone
  11. Cefotaxime
  12. Cefpirome
  13. Cefpodoxime
  14. Ceftazidime
  15. Ceftibuten
  16. Ceftizoxime
  17. Ceftriaxone
  18. Chlorodiazepoxide
  19. Clofazimine Sodium
  20. Codeine
  21. Cycloserine
  22. Diazepam
  23. Diphenoxylate
  24. Doripenam
  25. Ethambutol Hydrochloride
  26. Ethionamide
  27. Feropenam
  28. Gemifloxacin
  29. Imipenem
  30. Isoniazide
  31. Levofloxacin
  32. Meropenem
  33. Midazolam
  34. Moxifloxacin
  35. Nitrazepam
  36. Para-aminosalicylate
  37. Pentazocine
  38. Prulifloxacin
  39. Pyrazinamide
  40. Rifabutin
  41. Rifampicin
  42. Sparfloxacin
  43. Thiacetazone
  44. Tramadol
  45. Zolpidem

Note:- Preparations containing the above drug substances and their salts excluding those intended for topical or external use (except ophthalmic and ear or nose preparations) containing above substances are also covered by this Schedule.


  • The Supply of a drug specified in Schedule H1 shall be recorded in a separate register at the time of the supply giving the name and address of the prescriber, the name of the patient, the name of the drug and the quantity supplied and such record shall be maintained for three years and be open for inspection.
  • If it contains a drug substance specified in Schedule H1, the drug formulation shall be labelled with the symbol Rx which shall be in Red and conspicuously displayed on the left top corner of the label and shall also be labelled with the following word in a box with red background as mentioned below in warning section.