How to use sore throat spray

How to use our Throat Spray

  • Take the protective cap off the bottle and twist the head 180°. Now your spray is ready to use.
  • For a brand new bottle or one that hasn’t been used since your last cough or cold, spray three times away from your face to activate the pump.
  • Grip the bottle in your hand, with your index finger on the pump.
  • What is a sore throat spray?

    Sore Throat Spray 1 Helps treat infections that can cause sore throats. 2 Helps treat throat infections due to viruses and bacteria. 3 Convenient size to take with you “on-the-go”. 4 Contains an active ingredient, povidone-iodine 0.45% w/v. More

    How to use glycerin for sore throat?

    Check the label on the medicine for exact dosing instructions. If you are using glycerin/phenol spray for relief of sore throat irritation or pain, apply to the affected area as directed by your doctor or the package labeling. Allow to remain in place for at least 15 seconds and then spit out.

    How to get rid of sore throat and mouth pain?

    Provide relief from sore throat and mouth pain on contact. #1 Doctor Recommended Sore Throat Relief Spray.

    How to treat throat pain?

    Directions 1 Respond immediately to the first signs of throat discomfort. 2 One spray into the back of the throat every 3 to 4 hours as needed, to a maximum of 3 sprays per day.

    Does throat spray really work?

    Yes they work but be careful – you can cause further damage to your throat. Imagine anaesthetising your hand then putting it in a fire – you don’t feel it but the damage is still caused.

    Can swallowing Chloraseptic spray kill you?

    It is suggested not to swallow the chloraseptic spray after spraying it into your mouth. However if you do, do not worry it is not lethal. 5. Is it okay to eat or drink after using the product?

    What is phenol throat spray?

    Phenol is used in some throat sprays that can help numb your throat and relieve symptoms caused by a sore throat, or irritation in the mouth caused by canker sores. You can buy over-the-counter phenol spray almost anywhere. The most common brand is Chloraseptic. It contains about 1.4 percent phenol.