Demazin Kids 6+ Cold Relief Blue Syrup 200mL - Demazin

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Demazin Kids 6+ Cold Relief Blue Syrup 200mL

Product Overview

Demazin Kids 6+ Cold Relief Blue Syrup provides relief of cold symptoms:

  • Blocked nose & sinus
  • Runny nose
  • Sneezing and
  • Watery, itchy eyes

Demazin Kids 6+ Cold Relief Blue Syrup has a double action:

  1.  Decongestant: to help relieve a blocked or runny nose
  2.  Antihistamine: to help treat allergy symptoms such as sneezing and itchy watery eyes

 

Flavour: Peach and Vanilla

Suitable for: Adults and Children 6 years of age and over

Free from: Lactose and gluten.

Directions

Measure the dose using the medicine cup provided.

Age: Children 6-11 years

How much: 8-15mL

How Often: Every 6-8 hours

Maximum daily dose: 32-60mL in 24 hours

Age: Adults and children 12 years and over

How much: 15mL

How Often: Every 6 hours

Maximum daily dose: 60mL in 24 hours

After use:

– Rinse measuring cup with warm water and allow to dry.

– Replace the cap firmly.

Ingredients

(Per 5mL)

Chlorphenamine maleate 1.25mg

Phenylephrine hydrochloride 2.5mg

 

Safety

Pharmacy medicine

Keep out of reach of children.

Do not use this medicine:

– In children under 6 years of age.

– In children 6-11 years, except on the advice of a doctor, pharmacist or nurse practitioner.

– If tamper evident seal has been broken.

See your doctor or pharmacist before use if:

– You have high blood pressure.

– You have heart problems.

– You are taking antidepressant medication, antihistamines or medicines intended to treat the symptoms of the common cold.

– You are pregnant, think you are pregnant, or breastfeeding.

While using Demazin:

– If symptoms persist, see your doctor or pharmacist.

– This medicine may cause sleeplessness.

– This medicine may cause drowsiness. If affected, do not drive a vehicle or operate machinery. Avoid alcohol.

Contains Hydroxybenzoates, sugar, alcohol 6.4% w/v and sorbitol (6.3g/60mL). Products containing sorbitol may have a laxative effect or cause diarrhoea.