“ Brand: Bradosol / Type: Throat Losenges / Dosage Form: Drops „
When faced with a sore throat, these are usually the soothing lozenges I reach for as they do work for me.
--What are they for?--
These are to be used for troublesome sore throats. They have a powerful antibacterial ingredient which should work to help relieve a sore throat.
They are also suitable for diabetics.
--Product and Packaging...--
The lozenges come in a box containing 20 lozenges with all of the instructions information and ingredients on the back of the box.
When I open the box, the lozenges are green which at first surprised me as I thought that being citrus they would have been yellow (then I thought "limes!"), and are contained in two strips of blister packs. The lozenges are smaller than a penny in width and are nice and rounded so no sharp bits to add pain to pain.
--How to take them...--
For adults and children over the age of 5 years, one lozenge should be dissolved slowly and for as long as possible, in the mouth. They can be used as required but if any symptoms persist then a doctor should be consulted.
The lozenges are easy to keep in the mouth and I find I can get them almost to the end before I have to chew them, so they should be doing their job well. They are slightly tangy taste wise but other than that I don't detect anything citrus about them, although they are not unpleasant. Howvere, young children may not like the taste as they are not sugary and are definitely "medicine".
--Price and Availability...--
The lozenges are widely available in chemists and cost around the £2 mark for 20 which is good value
These definitely work for me when I have a sore throat. They are soothing and feel as though they go some way to numbing the pain. The taste of the lozenges is ok and certainly not unpleasant although saying that I don't think anyone would chose them if they were a sweet. They are also available in cherry menthol flavour which I wont be trying as I don't like cherry things.
A handy product to have just in case of a sore throat but if symptoms aren't eased and the sore throat continues, it may take more than these to ease it.
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