Save The Baby Cold Medicine

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thick clear liquid in small glass bottle screw on lid needed heated taste of menthol possibly made in conn. or mass. state



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Laureen Addis Says:

I am looking for a liquid form of Lees Save the Baby.You mix it with sugar to clear nostril congestion. in aduts and babies

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Verwon Says:

It was made by the Lee's company and yes, it is patent protected.

The reason it is no longer available is that it contained Camphor, yes, even in the liquid that was taken internally and the FDA has recognized this as being unsafe. Camphor is now only approved to be used topically.

As to the other ingredients, I am sorry, I have been unable to discover that.

Does anyone else know where something similar can be found?

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nomad Says:

Try this link: http:/­/­www.elydrugs.biz/­savethebaby.html

Bottle looks different from the one I remember, & the price is scandalous but the name & description look like the genuine article.

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