What are the recommended dose of cherry coff
If you are speaking of cheracol, it has codeine in it and so is not suitable for chronic use for allergies. It is okay for occasional use for severe cough but daily use can cause you to become dependent on the codeine and therefore be habit forming. If it is the type without codeine, it may be okay. It is best to ask your doctor or pharmacist if it is a good choice for you to use. Pharmacists are a great resource for these kids of questions and you can usually get an answer quickly over the phone if you call.
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