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Difflam 3mg Lozenges Mint Flavour 20

Difflam 3mg Lozenges Mint Flavour 20
 
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Price: £5.75 (incl VAT)
 
 
Price: £5.75 (incl VAT)    
 
 
Difflam 3mg Lozenges Orange-Honey Flavour 20 relieve pain and irritation of the mouth and throat.

Take one lozenge 3 times a day.
For children above 6 years of age. Allow to dissolve slowly in the mouth.
Children 6-11 years of age: Should be supervised by an adult. Children under the age of 6 years old should not be given Difflam Lozenges. Do not use for more than 7 days at a time

If your throat condition gets worse, or does not get any better after 3 days, appear feverish or other symptoms, speak to your pharmacist or doctor.

Active ingredients:
Benzydamine Hydrochloride

Ingredients
Isomalt (E 953), aspartame (E951), levomenthol, citric
acid monohydrate, lemon flavour, mint flavour,
quinoline yellow (E104), indigotin dye (E132).



Product code: 4069720     Price: £5.75 (incl VAT)    
 
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