Lemsip Cough for Mucus Cough & Catarrh, 180ml.

£7.99£22.99

Lemsip cough for mucus cough is used For the symptomatic relief of acute chesty coughs and catarrh associated with influenza, colds and mild throat infections.

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Product Description

What is Lemsip Cough for Mucus Cough & Catarrh used for ?

Do you have a mucus cough or catarrh? Specifically, Lemsip cough for mucus cough can be used for the symptomatic relief of acute chesty coughs and catarrh associated with influenza, colds and mild throat infections.

What are the causes of a cough?

A cough is a reflex action to clear your airways of mucus and irritants. The causes of a cough are not usually serious. However, see your GP if symptoms persists for more than three weeks.

Colds and flu are the most common cause of a cough. Also allergies such as hay fever, can cause wheezing and coughing. See our allergy ranges below. Inhaled dust or smoke may cause temporary irritation. Finally, some pulmonary diseases such as chronic bronchitis can give symptoms.

Smoking can produce a cough, along with more serious complications, such as lung cancer.

Cough treatments

Use a liquid treatment such as Lemsip Cough for Mucus Cough.

How do you use Lemsip Cough for Mucus Cough & Catarrh?

Not recommended for children under 12 years of age.

Glass bottle – Adults and children 12 years and over:

One or two 5 ml spoonfuls to be taken and swallowed slowly every three or four hours.

PETE plastic bottle – Adults and children 12 years and over:

5 ml (fill the measure cup to 5 ml) or 10 ml (fill measure cup to 10 ml). To be taken 3 or 4 times daily. Rinse the measure cup after use.

Cough treatments

Use vitamins and supplements to help during times of illness.

See our full allergy treatment range here.

Read more about allergies.

Side Effects

The following side effects may be associated with the use of Guaifenesin:

Gastro-intestinal disorders: Nausea and vomiting.

Immune system disorders: Hypersensitivity reactions

Further Information

Click here For the patient information leaflet