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CVS Health, Menthol Cough Drops, 200 CT
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Zarbee's Naturals 96% Honey Cough Soothers + Mucus with Ivy Leaf Extract, Lemon Menthol, 14 Count
Zarbee's Naturals 96% Honey Cough Soothers + Mucus with Ivy Leaf Extract, Lemon Menthol, 14 Count
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Wedderspoon Organic Manuka Honey Drops - Lemon
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Zarbee's Naturals 96% Honey Cough Soothers + Immune Support*, Natural Citrus, 14 Count
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Robitussin Adult Honey Severe Cough, Flu + Sore Throat Liquid
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MUCINEX InstaSoothe  Sore Throat + Cough Relief - Alpine Herbs & Fresh Mint, 40 ct
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MUCINEX InstaSoothe Sore Throat + Soothing Comfort - Honey & Echinacea, 40 ct
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Throat Lozenges vs Cough Drops?

Have you ever wondered what the difference between throat lozenges and cough drops is? In fact, the differences are very subtle, and the terms are often used interchangeably. Throat lozenges are typically used to help reduce the discomfort of a sore throat and contain soothing ingredients like honey and menthol.There are a variety of types of throat lozenges including tonsillitis throat lozenges. Cough drops typically contain ingredients that act as a temporary cough suppressant, such as menthol or eucalyptus oil. However, since coughing and a sore throat often occur simultaneously, many brands include both a cough suppressant and a variety of soothing ingredients in a single throat drop, such as Halls Cough Drops.

How Do Cough Drops Work?

Cough drops are made with active ingredients that are thought to help temporarily suppress the urge to cough. Eucalyptus oil and menthol are both popular ingredients that are thought to act as cough suppressants, meaning that they help control your urge to cough for a short period of time, which may bring you some relief. Some throat lozenges also include herbal and mineral ingredients like vitamin C, echinacea, and zinc, which are thought to help strengthen the immune system.

What Are the Best Cough Drops for a Sore Throat?

The best cough drops for a sore throat are those that contain soothing ingredients such as honey or menthol. Ricola cough drops are a good choice. Many people find that adding a bit of honey to their tea is helpful as well, but keep in mind that very young children should never be given honey; always be sure to talk to your doctor before giving a child honey. Menthol is another popular ingredient in cough drops and sore throat lozenges. Menthol produces a temporary cooling sensation and also numbs the back of the throat slightly, which may help interrupt the body’s cough response and reduce pain, giving you temporary relief from symptoms of coughing and sore throat. However, some people may be sensitive to menthol, and it should not be given to young children, so it is a good idea check with your doctor before purchasing menthol cough drops.

What Are the Best Throat Lozenges?

There is no one single brand of throat lozenge that is best for everyone, because different individuals have different needs. When looking for the best throat lozenges, let your own needs and preferences be your guide. If you have any sensitivities to a specific ingredient, such as menthol, you’ll want to avoid throat drops containing that ingredient and read labels very carefully. If you are diabetic or need to avoid sugar, you will want to look for sugar free cough drops. Some people may find that certain brands or formulations of sore throat lozenges work better for them than others. If you are searching for the best cough drops for you and are unsure where to start, some popular choices include: Ricola, Halls, Cepacol, and Luden’s. If you have any questions or are unsure if throat lozenges are right for you, do not hesitate to talk to your doctor.

Can You Overdose on Cough Drops?

Concerns about overdosing on cough drops are often related to concerns about menthol poisoning. While it is theoretically possible to overdose on menthol cough drops, it is extremely unlikely. The menthol in cough drops is often watered down and mixed with many other ingredients, so the dose per throat drop is very small. You are much more likely experience a stomachache or indigestion from consuming too many cough drops. It is also important to remember that cough drops often contain a large amount of sugar, so moderation is key. If you have questions or concerns about using cough drops, do not hesitate to talk to your doctor or pharmacist.

Can You Take Cough Drops While Pregnant?

It is always best to consult your doctor before taking any over the counter products while you are pregnant or breastfeeding. Because cough drops are not prescription drugs, they do not have a pregnancy safety rating from the FDA, so the risk of taking throat lozenges while pregnant is not fully known. Be especially careful of menthol cough drops and herbal cough drops while pregnant, as these throat drops contain not only menthol but often also include other essential oils and natural herbs, some of which may not be safe for you to take during pregnancy or while you are breastfeeding. You doctor will be able to advise you about whether it is safe for you to take a certain product, and may also be able to provide additional care to help you deal with your sore throat or cough. And remember - if you have gestational diabetes or need to watch your sugar intake and your doctor gives you the go ahead to take throat lozenges, be sure to purchase sugar free cough drops.

Sore Throat Remedies

Throat discomfort is a common symptom associated with colds and the flu. If you are searching for sore throat relief, cough drops and lozenges are very effective sore throat remedies. They are available in a variety of flavors, so you can select your favorite. Throat lozenges contain ingredients that act as a cough suppressant, temporarily relieving your coughing. Most also contain soothing ingredients like menthol or honey to soothe your sore throat. For those who are concerned about swallowing or who just prefer a different kind of sore throat medicine, sore throat spray may be a suitable alternative to cough drops. All natural and herbal cough drops are available for those who prefer to avoid chemicals and other artificial ingredients. Although over the counter sore throat remedies are considered very safe, it is always wise to consult your doctor before taking any sore throat medicine.

Sore Throat Spray

Sore throat spray delivers targeted throat pain relief. This unique sore throat remedy is easy to use and works quickly, since it is sprayed directly into the mouth and onto the throat. Sore throat spray is sometimes called throat numbing spray because it often contains ingredients like phenol, a numbing agent that may temporarily help you feel less pain in your throat. If you would like to try a throat numbing spray, Chloraseptic spray is a popular choice that many reviewers say delivers effective, temporary sore throat relief. Before using an over the counter sore throat spray, especially if it contains a local anesthetic or if you have any chronic health problems, it is a good idea to talk to your doctor to make sure that this type of sore throat relief is right for you.

Home Remedies For Sore Throat

If you're suffering from a sore throat, there are a few simple home remedies you can try. First, gargle with a glass of warm water mixed with a half-teaspoon of salt. The salt may help to keep the throat clean while reducing swelling and breaking down mucous. Another effective home remedy for a sore throat is to drink some hot tea mixed with a bit of honey. The honey may help to heal wounds in the throat and can add a protective coating to prevent that scratchy feeling when you swallow. Lemon is packed with Vitamin C and can also relieve a sore throat, so try squeezing some fresh lemon into your hot tea. A humidifier is recommended to keep the throat moist, which may soothe swollen tissue. Humidifiers also keep the air moist so you're not breathing in dry air, which may make a sore throat worse.

Food For Sore Throat

If you have a sore throat, make sure you avoid certain foods that are difficult to swallow, such as crackers, nuts, or anything hard and crunchy. These foods may irritate your throat and make it worse. You should also avoid citrus juices like orange juice since the high level of acidity could irritate your sensitive throat. Stay away from spicy foods and peppers that could inflame the throat tissue. Stick to soft foods that are easy to swallow and that will provide a soothing feeling to your throat like ice cream, Jell-O, and soups. You can also drink warm tea with honey to soothe and calm a sore throat. Anything soft and non-irritating is best to eat and drink until your sore throat is healed.

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