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Menthol cough drops can become addictive because of their taste. They do not have any addictive chemical. Although they may taste delicious they are not ment to be eaten like candy, they should be treated as if a perscription, only taken when needed.
-i think just sugar alcohol that is non addictive - its probably better to ask a doctor because the back of my cough drop package(over the counter menthol cough drops) say for under 3 years ask a doctor, so there may be some type of alchohal in it.
cough drops will have some kind of medicine in it for the cough and other symptoms.
yes i know that because my cough drops went bad
Well it depends on what kind of cough drops you are eating. If its like Ludens cough drops, you know the really good ones, then you can't, it's impossible.
You can find the ingredients on the package of cough drops. Different brands have different ingredients.
Well you should take cough drops every 4-6 hours.
Can I take cough drops with menthol in them and Flagyl - there is menthol in the cough drops. Menthol is perhaps alcohol? Flagyl and alcohol make you vomit badly.
of course, cough drops are only good for people, not animals, if your dog has a persist ant cough, it is better to take it to a vet.
Over the counter cough drops will not affect the bacterial infection in somebody who has strep throat but, they may prevent it from being passed to others if the cough drops calm the throat enough that you don't cough on other people.
It is likely a symbol for the brand name. For example, Halls cough drops have an "H" on them.
dogs eat crazy things cough drops aren't one . so nothing
Most cough drops have as many as 10-15 calories, per cough drop. However, the sugar-free variations contain 5 or less calories, per cough drop.
No cough drops are not prescrition drugs you can just pick the off the shelf. But it can only be prescrition if it is a special kind
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Probably nothing. Most cough drops are the equivalent of hard candy, so they won't harm you.
Cough drops, cough syrup, hot lemon water with honey, herbs, etc. The possibilities are endless.