Cold and Cough: Fishermans Friend Lozenges
Fisherman's Friend Original Extra Strong Menthol Cough Suppressant Lozenges - 20 Lozenges
Fisherman's Friend Lozenges are renowned around the world. Discover Fisherman's Friend Original Extra Strong Menthol Cough Suppressant Lozenge's power in fighting coughs, soothing sore throats, and helping nasal passages feel cool and clearer. Fisherman's Friend Original Extra Strong Menthol Cough Suppressant Lozenges contain no artificial flavors or ingredients. Fisherman's Friend Original Extra Strong Menthol Cough Suppressant Lozenges temporarily relieve occasional minor sore throat pain and cough due to minor throat and bronchial irritation occurring with the common cold or inhaled irritants.
While Fisherman's Friend lozenges are not an anti-histamine, they are great for providing fast relief from nasal congestion, the most common result of seasonal allergies to grass, tree and plant pollens which fill the air from April to September.
How Does It Work?
Normally…when you step outside in the Spring and Summer your nose is the gateway to your summer allergies. You take a breath full of pollen laden air and within a few minutes your nose starts sneezing and dripping.
Just as the concentrated menthol in Fisherman's Friend lozenges works to soothe and de-sensitize a sore throat…it also works to relieve the sinus membranes which cause you to sneeze and your nose to run. It interrupts the cycle of sneezing and gives you a well needed break from the symptoms…which if otherwise untreated will only build and increase the stress and irritation on your system.
Fisherman's Friend lozenges work best in conjunction with an anti-histamine by opening up the nasal passages so you can breathe more easily and feel better fast… while the anti-histamine works to reduce the overall reaction to the pollen.
With a Fisherman's Friend lozenge, powerful menthol vapors anaesthetize your nasal passages so pollen is less effective in triggering your sneezing and you can go about your business and enjoy the outdoors…cut the grass…go for a walk and breathe more freely.
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