Chlorphenamine And Neozep

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sandra delmendo Says:


My daughter has allergy.she has clogged nose and sneezing.she took chlorphenamine,but she cnt breath on her left side of her nose.is it safe if i will give her neozep?



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David Says:

Neozep contains the active ingredients Phenylephrine + Chlorpheniramine + Paracetamol. Because it is an over the counter medication, it is generally regarded as being safe for public use (as long as you follow the dosing instructions). It is also probably a good choice since it has nasal decongestant properties.

If you're looking for a simple, more natural alternative, I would recommend using peppermint essential oil for this same purpose. Just 1 drop around the nasal area would be sufficient in my opinion.

I hope this helps!

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