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pinex cough syrup

I use to take this cough syrup when I was a kid. It was the only cough syrup that would help me. I was just wondering if it still can be bought? You had to mix it at home but I forget how. If anyone knows if it is still for sale or not please let me know ## I found a 1925 newspaper with instructions for making your own cough syrup. 2 1/2 oz. Pinex. 2 cups sugar, 1 cup water. Stir until dissolved. No cooking needed. ## I am looking for the same Pinex liquid cough syrup. We use to mix it in a jar with Honey! It was so thick. It was great to get rid of mucus. It stops the colds from going into the lungs. ## I cannot find PINEX..However, I did find a product a few days ago called CREOMULSION..made by a company in Marrietta, Ga. it looks like Pinex and tastes like Pinex. Now I'll see if ...

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pollen-eze hay fever tablets

can anyone please help, i had a severe reaction to pollen-eze hay fever tablets a few years ago, i want to know what the active ingredients are, so i can avoid them, can't find any info on the web i think they have been taken off the market. kind regards ## I'm sorry, but I can't find anything on this, either. I tried various spelling variations and resources, but the only thing I can find is a liquid product called Pollen Ease Compound. I don't know if it is made by the same company that manufactured the other product, but it contains: Coleus forskohlii, Nettles, Eyebright, organic grain alcohol, distilled water and vegetable glycerin. Is anyone else familiar with this product? ## I don't know what ingredients are in the tablets, but they have a very small %, (maybe...

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Glycerin Usp

Used to children who does not have functional sfincter to help to evacuate rectum? ## Glycerin has various uses, that is just one of them. It is also used in soaps, skin care products and as a thickening agent. When used as a laxative, it is usually in suppository form. Learn more: Is there anything else I can help with?

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