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Throat Lozenges?


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#1 Pegster

 
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Posted 26 October 2004 - 06:02 PM

The cold season has arrived in my classroom of second graders and they're all sneezing all over me! I am studying the ingredients on throat lozenges and boy am I confused! The natural herbal things seem suspicious to me---all these plants! Does anyone know of some gluten-free cough drops?
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Posted 26 October 2004 - 07:30 PM

Last time I checked Halls Sugar Free Varieties are gluten-free and also Altoids mints make a great cough drop. The peppermint helps stop coughs. Hope that helps you out, make sure you double check the halls though, it has been since last cold season since I checked it out.

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Posted 27 October 2004 - 01:59 AM

i found a webste--napervillagi.com and it has 23 pages of gluten-free medicines--it says halls sugar free, robitussin cough drops, walgreens throat drops in black cheery, cherry, and menthol--but as always, you should call the 800# on the product--i sometimes just suck on a butterscotch candy or peppermint--hope i helps a little--deb---ps. clanthompson.com has a listing of gluten-free meds too
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