Sucrets Honey Lemon Sore Throat, Cough and Dry Mouth Lozenges, 18 ct.

SKU# 30069

Sucrets Honey Lemon Sore Throat, Cough and Dry Mouth Lozenges, 18 ct.

SKU# 30069
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Sucrets Honey Lemon Sore Throat Cough and Dry Mouth Lozenges (18 ct.) are made with real honey to coat and soothe irritated throats, menthol to calm coughs, and pectin to help relieve mouth discomfort.
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Sucrets Honey Lemon Sore Throat, Cough and Dry Mouth Lozenges, 18 ct.
$4.99
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This product is FSA eligible

Sucrets Honey Lemon Sore Throat Cough and Dry Mouth Lozenges (18 ct.) are made with real honey to coat and soothe irritated throats, menthol to calm coughs, and pectin to help relieve mouth discomfort. Take your health to the next level with FSA eligible Over-the-Counter Meds Products.

Features:

  • Medicated
  • Fast-acting pain relief
  • Temporarily relieves and soothes sore mouth, occasional minor irritation, pain, and sore throat
  • Comes in a convenient, portable tin for fast-acting relief at home and on-the-go

Includes:

  • 3 tins, 18 ct.

Specifications:

  • Honey lemon

Active ingredients: Dyclonine Hydrochloride (2.0 mg), Menthol (5.0 mg), and Pectin (6.0 mg)

Allow the lozenge to slowly dissolve in the mouth. May be repeated every 2 hours as needed or as directed by a dentist or a doctor.

Recommended for use in adults and children 4 years and older.

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