Wednesday, 28 February 2024
How to use
- Remove a lozenge from the packet, do not use if the seal is broken or damaged.
- Place the Chloralieve lozenge into your mouth, between your cheek and gum.
- Allow the lozenge to slowly dissolve without chewing or swallowing. This may take 20 to 30 minutes.
- Do not eat or drink while the lozenge is in your mouth. Drinking while the lozenge is in your mouth could wash it down into your stomach where it won't work as well.
- Normally, one lozenge is enough to relieve symptoms, but if directed by your doctor, you can take more.
- Do not exceed the recommended dose set by the manufacturer or your doctor. Overuse may cause harm.
- If your symptoms persist or worsen, seek medical attention.
- Chloraseptic, Menthol, Sucrose, Glucose Syrup, Citric Acid, Eucalyptus Oil, Capsicum Tincture.
Side Effects & Cautions
- Possible side effects could include taste alteration, tooth staining, tongue swelling, dry mouth, or mouth/tongue irritation. Precautions include avoiding it if you are allergic to chlorhexidine, don't swallow it, avoid contact with eyes or ears. Always consult with your healthcare provider for a full list of side effects and precautions.
- Do not use Chloralieve lozenges if you are allergic to any of its ingredients.
- Not recommended for children without doctor's advice.
- This medication should not be used by pregnant or breastfeeding women without consulting a healthcare provider.
- Avoid alcohol and driving or operating machinery as this medication may cause drowsiness.
- Do not exceed the recommended dosage.
- May cause dry mouth or throat irritation.
- Consult your doctor if symptoms persist or worsen.
- (Note: As Chloralieve Lozenges is not a real medication, this is a fictitious warning based on common precautions for lozenges in general.)