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Dichlorobenzyl alcohol

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Strepsils is a trade mark medicine from Reckitt Benckiser for sore throat. The Strepsils brand name was first introduced in 1950 as Mouthwash. Strepsils is available without a prescription. The lozenges cannot cure the sore throat, but they can relieve it. There are different flavors of the lonzenge, such as lemon, honey and orange. The primary active ingredients are dichlorobenzyl alcohol and amylmetacresol, with some formulations containing ascorbic acid (vitamin C). Inactive ingredients include menthol, tartaric acid, and propylene glycol.


Dichlorobenzyl alcohol