Ultra Chloraseptic Throat Spray Reviews
Product Type: Ultra Chloraseptic medicinal products
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Customer Ultra Chloraseptic Throat Spray Reviews (20)
by - written on 17/04/13 (Very useful, 40 readings)
When my toddler joined nursery I was warned that I'd catch every illness going, especially after being in the safe cocoon of maternity leave and home. And catch something I did - every little bug going until eventually I was laid up with a bad case of flu for a good fortnight. About three days in I lost my voice and my glands swelled up like potatoes. I was not a pretty sight. Even swallowing hurt. My doctor said 'wait it out' - it was viral so there was nothing he could do, but the nurse did suggest a throat spray. Like the trooper I am I managed to drag myself to my local Boots pharmacy (luckily only a 10 minute walk away, I didn't feel well enough to drive) ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/02/13, updated on 27/02/13 (Very useful, 57 readings)
I have a number of ways of coping when I'm ill with a cold. I always seem to follow the same pattern when cold hits me starting with a sore throat which then progresses to the world's loudest cough. In the day time I manage with cough sweets and paracetamol and then I find at night time it gets worse and when you just want to fall asleep, a numb throat is ideal. Packaging The bottle comes in a cardboard box and inside is a small glass container with a curious plastic nozzle. The glass is clear so you can see the bright green liquid inside and vitally keep an eye on how much is left. The nozzle is a plastic stick which unfurls so you can direct the spray ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/02/13 (Very useful, 96 readings)
I am lucky that most of the time when I suffer from a sore throat that it is easy soothed by just sucking on some throat lozenges but last year I had a nasty flu virus which really knocked me for six with one of the worst side effects being a really sore throat. It was so bad that I actually had trouble swallowing and lozenges just weren't doing anything for it so I popped in to my local Boot's and the pharmacist recommended that I try this ultra chloraseptic throat spray which cost £5.45. As I was absolutely desperate I happily paid the money and couldn't wait to get back to the car to try it out. It contains Benzocaine which is a local ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/09/12 (Very useful, 157 readings)
I highly recommend this throat spray. I suffer occassionally from sore dry throats and find lozenges give very temporary relief. A friend suggested I try an anaesthetic throat spray and this works every time. To use you simply spray three times to the back of the throat. The spray starts to work within a few minutes and provides effective relief for sore or dry throats. The spray does slightly numb the area (active ingredients Benzocaine) whilst at the same time lubricating and providing pain relief. The recommended dosage is three sprays every 2-3 hours and you are advised not to use this more than 8 times a day. Each time I use it ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/05/12 (Very useful, 128 readings)
On and off for the last few weeks I have had a bit of a head cold. It was originally all on my chest and in my bones but over the last week it has been mostly in my throat which has felt akin to a sack full of glass which scratches and hurts terribly, mostly first thing in the morning. My mother, angel that she is, foisted some of this magic throat spray on me when I visited over the weekend - taking pity on me (or more likely thinking it was the best way to stop me whinging). It was so good that I figured I simply must review it here. You can buy this for around the £5 mark (cheapest online was Pharmacy 2U when I checked, at £4.85). This might seem quite ... Read the complete review
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