33992-1018 : Cherry Cough Drops 5.8 mg Oral Lozenge


NDC33992-1018
Labeler: Greenbrier International Inc.
Product Type: Human OTC Drug
Drug Name:  Cherry Cough Drops
Dosage Form: Oral Lozenge
Application #: part341
Rev. Date: 


NDC Package Codes:

  • 33992-1018-1: 30 LOZENGE IN 1 BAG (33992‑1018‑1)

Active Ingredients:

  • Menthol

Dosage Strength:

  • 5.8 mg

Related Products:

Based on records with the same trade name.
  • 33992-1008 Cherry Cough Drops 5.8 1/1 Oral Lozenge by Greenbrier International Inc.
  • 33992-1011 Cherry Cough Drops 5.8 mg Oral Lozenge by Greenbrier International Inc.
  • 0363-1086 Cherry Cough Drops 5.8 mg Oral Lozenge by Walgreen Co.
  • 10202-021 Cherry Cough Drops 5.8 mg Oral Lozenge by 7-eleven Inc.
  • 11673-035 Cherry Cough Drops 5.8 mg Oral Lozenge by Target Corporation
  • 15127-014 Cherry Cough Drops 5.8 mg Oral Lozenge by L&r Distributors, Inc.
  • 21130-290 Cherry Cough Drops 5.8 mg Oral Lozenge by Safeway
  • 36800-815 Cherry Cough Drops 5.8 mg Oral Lozenge by Topco Associates
  • 41163-038 Cherry Cough Drops 5.8 mg Oral Lozenge by Super Valu
  • 41250-113 Cherry Cough Drops 5.8 mg Oral Lozenge by Meijer
  • 41250-151 Cherry Cough Drops 5.8 mg Oral Lozenge by Meijer
  • 41250-152 Cherry Cough Drops 5.8 mg Oral Lozenge by Meijer
  • 41415-008 Cherry Cough Drops 5.8 mg Oral Lozenge by Publix
  • 41520-039 Cherry Cough Drops 5.8 mg Oral Lozenge by American Sales
  • 41520-044 Cherry Cough Drops 5.8 mg Oral Lozenge by American Sales
  • 42681-6514 Cherry Cough Drops 5.8 mg Oral Lozenge by Whole Foods Market
  • 49035-012 Cherry Cough Drops 5.8 mg Oral Lozenge by Walmart Stores Inc.
  • 49348-058 Cherry Cough Drops 5.8 mg Oral Lozenge by Mckesson
  • 49348-987 Cherry Cough Drops 5.8 mg Oral Lozenge by Mckesson
  • 49738-631 Cherry Cough Drops 5.8 mg Oral Lozenge by Kmart Corporation
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