Allure Vaporizing Chest Rub
Dosage form: gel
Ingredients: CAMPHOR (SYNTHETIC) 4.7g in 100g, MENTHOL 1.0g in 100g, EUCALYPTUS OIL 1.0g in 100g
Labeler: Universal Distribution Center LLC
NDC Code: 52000-003
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Eucalyptus Oil 1.0%
- on chest and throat, helps temporarily relive cough due to common cold.
- on joints and muscles, temporarily relives minor aches and pains.
For external use only; avoid contact with eyes.
- by mouth
- in nostrils
- with tight bandages
- on wounds or damaged skin
- cough that occurs with too much phlegm (mucus)
- persistent or chronic cough such as occurs with asthma, emphysema, or smoking
- add to hot water or any container where heating water. May cause splattering and results in burns
- cough lasts more than 7 days, comes back, or occurs with fever, rash or persistent headache. These could be signs of a serious conditions
- muscle aches or pain persist more than 7 days or come back
- adults and children 2 years and over
- rub a thick layer on chest and throat or rub on sore aching muscles
- repeat up to 3 times per 24 hours or as directed by doctor
- do not use on children under 2 years unless directed by doctor
|ALLURE VAPORIZING CHEST RUB
menthol and camphor and eucalyptus oil gel
|Labeler - Universal Distribution Center LLC (019180459)|
|Anicare Pharmaceuticals Pvt. Ltd||916837425||manufacture(52000-003)|
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