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Olbas Pastilles Herbal Cough Drops -- 27 Pastilles


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Olbas Pastilles Herbal Cough Drops -- 27 Pastilles

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Olbas Pastilles Herbal Cough Drops Description

  • Maximum Strength Herbal Cough Drops
  • Powerful Vapors
  • Menthol
  • Cough Suppressant
  • Oral Anesthetic
  • Soothes Sore Throats

Provides instant, cool soothing relief for sore throats and fights coughs. Powerful, cooling vapors help your nasal passages feel clearer too! An effective formula made from soothing herbs and chlorophyll, which gives Oblas Pastilles their luscious green color - and helps freshen your breath, too!

 

Uses: Temporarily relieves:

  • Cough due to minor throat and bronchial irritation occurring with the common cold or inhaled irritants
  • Occasional minor irritation or sore throat


Directions

Adults and children 3 years of age or over: allow 1 pastille to dissolve slowly in the mouth. Repeat every hour as needed or as directed by a doctor.
Children under 3 years of age: ask a doctor.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.


Supplement Facts
Serving Size: 1 Pastille
Servings per Container: 27
Amount Per Serving% Daily Value
Active Ingredient (in each drop)
Menthol (Antitussive, Cough suppressant, Oral anesthetic10 mg*
*Daily value not established.
Other Ingredients: Inactive ingredients:
Cholorphyll, clove oil, eucalyptus oil, glucose, juniper berry oil, modified starch, sucrose, wintergreen oil.
Warnings

If sore throat is severe, persists more than 2 days, is accompanied or followed by fever, headache, rash, swelling, nausea, or vomiting, consult a doctor promptly. These may be serious.

 

Ask a doctor before use if you have: persistent or chronic cough as occurs with smoking, asthma or emphysema. Cough that occurs with excessive phlegm (mucus)

 

Stop use if: Cough persists for more than 1 week, tends to recur, or is accompanied by fever, rash or persistent headache. These could be signs of a serious condition. Sore moth symptoms do not improve in 7 days.

 

If pregnant or breast-feeding, as a health professional before use.

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5 Natural Ways to Soothe a Cough (Plus, How to Make Your Own Cough Drops)

Cold and cough season is coming. Everyone dreads that moment, late at night, just as you're settling into bed: your head sinks into the nice, cool pillow, and you feel it. That slight tickle in the back of your throat. The dry scratchy irritation. You know you're going down.

The scientific facts are mind-blowing: A single cough from an average-sized adult expels enough air to nearly fill a two liter bottle and spews over three thousand droplets of saliva. Gross! You lie awake wondering if you have something, anything, that will quell the hacking that's about to overtake your body and rob every minute of decent sleep you were looking forward to. And your coworkers are totally going to quarantine you to your office tomorrow, and it's Vegan Donut Friday, so there goes your non-dairy treat for the week.

Sick Woman in Need of Cough Remedies Under Blanket on Couch | Vitacost.com/blog

No need to go running to the 24-hour pharmacy. There are many home remedies that work just as well, if not better, than the over-the-counter stuff. In fact, the American College of Chest Physicians has stated that many of the active ingredients in over-the-counter cough products don't even work! Instead of throwing your money away on dye- and alcohol-filled placebos, give these time-tested cough remedies a try.

Tea

This is an oldie but a goodie. We all know tea can be figurative soothing after a long day, but it's also literally soothing if you have a dry, scratchy, irritated or sore throat. Whether you choose to create your own proprietary blend of herbs or simply pick a commercial prepackaged bag of herbal tea, you're making a sound decision either way. Chamomile, peppermint and ginger tea are all long held favorites for soothing a sore throat.

Honey

Add honey to your tea to help soothe and coat your throat. Or get even more fancy and use honey as a base for you own cough syrup. Add coconut oil and lemon juice to make a quick and tasty syrup, or you can go straight for it. If you’re going to go for the straight stuff, try Manuka honey, as it has natural antibacterial properties that promote wellness.

Steam

Wet cough? Dry cough? Hacking cough? Whooping cough? They all respond well to steam. It helps open up your airways to get oxygen in and loosen up congestion to get it out. If you have a smaller enclosed bathroom taking a nice hot shower. Otherwise, you can fill the sink with hot water and lean your face over it with a towel draped over you to help trap the rising steam.

Stay hydrated

Water. Drink it. More than usual. It will help any nasal, sinus or chest congestion to thin out and make it easier to breathe. That's all there is to it!

Lemon

Lemon, some people swear by it. Just stick a wedge of lemon right in your mouth and suck out the juice. Harsh, true, but it's likely that this jolt of vitamin C has some immune-boosting effects. If that seems a little intense, try adding the juice of half a lemon to warm water and add a teaspoon of honey.

Homemade Cough Drops Recipe

Ingredients

2 tea bags of preferred herbal tea
½ tsp. cinnamon
½ tsp. ginger
¾ cup boiling water

Directions

  1. In large mug, steep tea, cinnamon and ginger in boiling water for 10 minutes or more.
  2. Pour tea into a small saucepan and add honey; being to a boil over medium heat.
  3. Using a candy thermometer, cook until mixture reaches 300 degrees F. (Note: Be careful! Mixture will be extremely hot!)
  4. Let mixture cool for 5-10 minutes, until it reaches a syrup consistency.
  5. Drop by small spoonfuls onto parchment paper and let cool.
  6. Dust cough drops with corn starch to prevent sticking and store in an airtight container.
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