9 May 2010
You need an expectorant containing guaifenesin to thin the mucus. Speak to your pharmacist who will be able to recommend brands available in your part of the world. Water is also a good expectorant as is steam - hot showers are recommended as are steam inhalations and plenty of fluids.
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