NeoCitran Cold & Sore Throat Night | Lemon | 10 Pouches
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NeoCitran Extra Strength Cold and Sore Throat Lemon is a night-time cold and sore throat medicine in a great tasting hot drink. Contains our most popular formula for effective relief from common cold and sinus symptoms such as sore throat pain, headache, sinus and nasal congestion, runny nose, and sneezing so you can rest.
- Extra-strength night-time cold and sinus medicine
- Features the most popular formula by NeoCitran for effective relief
- Helps sore throat pain, headache, sinus & nasal congestion, runny nose and sneezing
- Convenient single-dose pouch for a lemon-flavoured hot drink
Additional Details Everything you need to know about this product.
Just dissolve the contents of the single-dose pouch in boiling water to create a soothing, lemon-flavoured bedtime beverage. Suitable for adults and children ages 12 and older. NeoCitran Extra Strength Cold and Sinus Night Lemon is also available in apple-cinnamon flavoured pouches. Try the daytime formula from NeoCitran for non-drowsy relief during the day.
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Cold & Flu Causes
The common cold is a viral infection that affects your upper respiratory tract (nose and throat). It’s generally not considered serious, and most people recover within a week or two. There are many viruses that can cause the common cold.
The flu is a viral infection caused by the influenza virus that affects your entire respiratory system—nose, throat, and lungs. Since these viruses constantly change, even if you’ve had the flu in the past, your body might be susceptible to a new strain this year.