Celestial Seasonings Soothers Throat Drops
(Pfizer Consumer Group)
Active Ingredients: Menthol and Pectin.
Inactive Ingredients: HARVEST CHERRY --Ascorbic Acid (Vitamin C); Cherry and Elderberry Juices; Citric Acid; Corn Syrup; Natural Flavoring; Oils of Angelica Root, Anise Star, Ginger, Lemon Grass, Sage and White Thyme; Sodium Ascorbate and Sucrose. HONEY-LEMON CHAMOMILE --Ascorbic Acid (Vitamin C); Chamomile Flower Extract; Citric Acid; Corn Syrup; Honey; Lemon Juice; Natural Flavoring; Oils of Angelica Root, Anise Star, Ginger, Lemon Grass, Sage and White Thyme; Sodium Ascorbate; Sucrose and Tea Extract. SUNSHINE CITRUS™ --Ascorbic Acid (Vitamin C); Beta Carotene; Citric Acid; Corn Syrup; Natural Flavoring; Oils of Angelica Root, Anise Star, Ginger, Lemon Grass, Sage and White Thyme; Orange Juice; Sodium Ascorbate, and Sucrose.
Indications: For temporary relief of occasional minor irritation, pain, sore mouth and sore throat. Provides temporary protection of irritated areas in sore mouth and sore throat.
If sore throat is severe, persists for more than 2 days, is accompanied or followed by fever, headache, rash, nausea, or vomiting, consult a doctor promptly. If sore mouth symptoms do not improve in 7 days, see your dentist or doctor promptly. KEEP THIS AND ALL DRUGS OUT OF THE REACH OF CHILDREN.
Dosage and Administration
Adults and children 5 years and over: Dissolve 2 drops (one at a time) slowly in the mouth. May be repeated every 2 hours as needed or as directed by a dentist or doctor. Children under 5 years: Consult a dentist or doctor.
Celestial Seasonings Soothers Throat Drops are available in bags of 24 drops. They are available in three flavors: Harvest Cherry, Honey-Lemon Chamomile, Sunshine Citrus.
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