DIFFLAM Sf Blackcurrent 24's Lozenges
This product contains isomalt. Excess consumption may have a laxative effect.
There are a number of different cough and cold medications, which may be used for various coughing symptoms. The commercially available products may include various combinations of any one or more of the following five types of substances:
Expectorants are substances claimed to make coughing easier while enhancing the production of mucus and phlegm. Two examples are acetylcysteine and guaifenesin.
Antitussives, or cough suppressants, are substances which suppress the coughing itself. Examples are codeine, pholcodine, dextromethorphan, noscapine, and butamirate.
Antihistamines may produce mild sedation and reduce other associated symptoms, like a runny nose and watery eyes; one example is diphenhydramine.
Decongestants relieve nasal congestion. One example is ephedrine.
Antipyretics are substances that reduce fever. One example is paracetamol.
Also employed are various substances supposed to soften the coughing, like honey or sugar syrup.
Uninterrupted treatment should not exceed 7 days.
Not recommended for children under 6 years.
Should not be chewed.
If symptoms persist see your doctor
Each lozenge contains: Benzydamine hydrochloride 1.50 mg Pholcodine 5.50 mg Cetylpyridinium chloride 1.33 mg
Contains saccharin sodium
Contains NO sugar
Difflam lozenges contain a cough suppressant and an anti-inflammatory action to reduce coughing and provide effective relief of the symptoms of a sore throat
Difflam lozenges also contain an anti-bacterial agent
Adults and children over 12 years: Slowly dissolve two lozenges in the mouth, one at a time. Repeat every 3 hours as required. Maximum 12 per day.
Children 6 to 12 years: Slowly dissolve one lozenge in the mouth, every 3 hours as required. Maximum of 8 lozenges per day.
For fast relief of sore throat and unproductive cough