Chloraseptic Warming Sore Throat Lozenges Review
I’ve been plagued by stuffy noses and sore throat since a tween. Luckily in 1952 Robert Schattner, a dentist, invented Chloraseptic as a germ-killing antiseptic. Back then it only came in bottles…actually it still does; however, it now also comes in lozenges – cherry, citrus, honey lemon, wild cherry, wild berry, and new green tea with honey.
A few days ago I got that rough, scratchy, raspy feeling that makes it hurt when I talk. Drats! I was all out of my favorite “red” flavor so I tried something new and different – a Pharmacist #1 Recommended Chloraseptic Warming Sore Throat Lozenge in a Green Tea With Real Honey flavor. Its soothing liquid center held green tea with real honey, what I usually sip when I feel under the weather.
It started working immediately. The ache was gone, and I could talk freely again. Lots more convenient than a cup of hot liquid, I placed the rest of the 18 count box into my purse along with my other necessities. Now that should tell you that I really I like it a lot but, of course, you already knew that from my July 11, 2010 and August 12, 2011 past reviews.
Chloraseptic Warming Sore Throat Lozenge?are available in an 18-ct package for $3.99, and are also available in a Honey Lemon flavor.
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