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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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Cough Drops?
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Hi,

Did a quick search and could not find a listing for gluten-free Cough drops. My child has given me a serious cold. Does anyone have a good cough drop they recommend?

I already called Halls and they only have a few flavors that might be, but she needed me to have the product, which I don't, in order to tell me if it is gluten-free or not. End of the conversation was since most everything that Cadbury Adams makes is not gluten-free, the Hall's cough drops might not be such a good idea.

Any thoughts would be appreciated!

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The only gluten-free cough drops that I personally know of are halls sugar free varieties. They taste AWFUL!! Try sucking on an altoids instead peppermint helps coughs.

-Jessica :rolleyes:

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Check with Wyeth about Robitussin. Last time I checked all Robitussin was gluten-free, including drops.

richard

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