Throat and Chest Honey Lemon and Menthol
Dosage form: lozenge
Ingredients: Menthol 5mg
Labeler: Jakemans (Confectioners) Limited
NDC Code: 42637-813
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Throat and Chest
Honey and Lemon Flavored
With other Natural Flavor
Menthol Cough Suppressant
Made in Boston, England, for over 100 years
using the finest natural ingredients
Active Ingredient (in each lozenge)...Purpose
Menthol 5mg.........Antitussive (cough suppressant) / oral anesthetic
- cough due to minor throat and brochial irritation occurring with the common cold or inhaled irritants.
- occasional minor irritation, pain, sore mouth, and sore throat.
Sore throat warning.If sore throat is severe, persists more than 2 days, is accompanied or followed by fever, headache, rash, swelling, nausea, or vomiting, consult a doctor promptly.
- persistent or chronic cough as occurs with smoking, asthma or emphysema.
- cough that occurs with excessive phlegm (mucus).
Stop use and ask a doctor if
- cough persists for man than 1 week, tends to recur, or is accompanied by fever, rash or persistent headache. A persistent cough mat be a sign of a serious condition.
- sore mouth symptoms do not improve in 7 days.
- adults and children 2 years and over dissolve lozenge slowly in the mouth. Repear every 2 hours as needed or as directed by a doctor.
- children under 2 years of age ask a doctor.
To report serious adverse enets, call: 1-866-205-1185
|THROAT AND CHEST HONEY LEMON AND MENTHOL
|Labeler - Jakemans (Confectioners) Limited (218806669)|
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