linctus


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linctus

a syrupy medicinal formulation taken to relieve coughs and sore throats
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Mae'n braf cael gwybod gan un sydd yn fferyllydd, a dwi'n gweld mod i'n "un o'r rhai hyn" - mi rydw i'n cofio Gees Linctus a'r pastilles yn iawn
He is undergoing his punishment at Dubai Central Jail after being convicted by a court of selling a bottle of Actifed Compound Linctus for Dh100.
There are certain medications and treatments you can't use inside a prison, eg cough linctus.
On my own, I'd just exist on tea, pills and linctus.
It should be noted here that the "methadone" used in South Africa at the time of this survey was almost exclusively physeptone linctus, a much weaker methadone preparation that is currently seldom used in the treatment of dependence internationally.
The six products taken off open sale are: Asda Children's Chesty Cough Syrup, Boots Chesty Cough Syrup One Year Plus, Boots Sore Throat and Cough Linctus One Year Plus, Buttercup Infant Cough Syrup, CalCough Chesty and Bell's Children's Chesty Cough.
The six products taken off sale, are: Asda Children's Chesty Cough Syrup, Boots Chesty Cough Syrup One Year Plus, Boots Sore Throat and Cough Linctus One Year Plus, Buttercup Infant Cough Syrup, CalCough Chesty and Bell's Children's Chesty Cough.
As linctus or as honey-bread it served as a cough medicine.
This year there were important new launches, including Covonia Dry and Tickly Cough Linctus, designed to stop the 'cough signal' being sent to the brain, and Covonia Catarrh Relief, positioned as an aid to quitting smoking.
Rub your fingers with chalk and grass, linctus over the ankle, now TV with the sound off & frame hold in reason beyond that.
She complained of a cough and was prescribed strong cough linctus.