Pearl Pills

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joy Says:

tell me all about the pearl [ills for cough. how long has it been around and what are side effects.

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Verwon Says:

It depends what you are referring to, since there is nothing called Pearl Pills.

There is, however, a product available in the U.S. called Tussalon Pearls, which are used for severe coughing.

They contain the active ingredient Benzonatate, which is a local anesthetic, used to treat or prevent coughing.

It was originally approved by the U.S. FDA in 1958.

It may cause side effects, such as: nausea, drowsiness, numb tongue and numb throat.

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