Triall Syrup Bre

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purple liquid grape flavor



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Verwon Says:

Sorry, I am not sure what you're asking about, can you please double check the name and spelling?

What country are you in?

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Roy Says:

This medication contains a combination of a Decongestant, Antihistamine, and AntiCholinergic. You can view an image here. I can't pinpoint the exact ingredients, but the proportions seem to be 2 + 0.75 + 8 MG per 5 ML. It is used for the temporary relief of runny/stuffy nose, watery/itchy eyes, and itchy throat that may be caused by allergies, hay fever, the common cold, sinus inflammation (sinusitis), and other breathing illnesses. The decongestant relieves the stuffy nose. The antihistamine relieves the itchy/watery eyes and itchy throat. The anticholinergic has a drying effect that decreases a runny nose and fluid in the sinuses that runs down your throat causing discomfort.

Please post back if you have additional questions or details to add...

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Nikki Says:

can triall syrup bre cause diarrhea in small children

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Raymond Jordan Says:

How do i find out if my deconjestant syrup Triall Syrup has a narcotic in it

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Roy Says:

Typically your best bet would be to double check the active ingredients on the bottle, and then post them here. One could then look them up and deterimine if any of them are narcotics...

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muffmuncher Says:

thats good old american english,and the spelling is as its on the bottle


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American muffmuncher Says:

and thats good old American english and it was spell as it is on the bottle,without a list of ingreadiants

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