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Are there any sweetners, natural or artificial in cheratussin?

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itsmetoo2 27 Dec 2009

This is what I found on the net.

Cheratussin AC Chemical Information

codeine phosphate

guaifenesin - A glyceryl guaiacolate with expectorant effects. Guaifenesin increases respiratory tract mucus secretions, acts as an irritant to gastric vagal receptors and recruits efferent parasympathetic reflexes that cause glandular exocytosis. This agent reduces the viscosity of mucus secretion by reducing adhesiveness and surface tension as well as increasing hydration of mucus. Guaifenesin promotes the efficiency of the mucociliary mechanism important in removing accumulated secretions from the upper and lower airway.

http://www.medications.com/drugs/cheratussin-ac#ing

What's inside Cheratussin AC
Cheratussin AC Active Ingredients: codeine phosphate, guaifenesin, details.
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Cheratussin AC Dosages & Strengths
Strength Format Route Strength Class
Cheratussin AC 10 mg-100 mg/5 mL syrup oral 5.0 milliliter(s) OTC
Cheratussin AC 10 mg-100 mg/5 mL syrup oral 5.0 milliliter(s) OTC

http://www.medications.com/drugs/cheratussin-ac

It looks like it does not have any sweetners at all.

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