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For well over a month I’ve been hearing about allergies being really bad this year. I think it actually started back in like June, when I started seeing crazy amounts of pollen on the cars. It’s now Labor Day weekend and allergy season is still in full effect. Take a look at this screenshot from The Weather Channel for the pollen count for my area for tonight.
Now I’ve never had allergies, but apparently adults can develop them sometimes. I can’t say for sure that I have, but I can tell you this. A little over a week ago I found myself with a sore throat, which in the past when I worked outside of the home, was frequently followed by losing my voice, a really bad headache and runny nose. I had received some samples of Chloraseptic Sore Throat Lozenges With Soothing Liquid in the cabinet. I’ve had so much going on lately, I didn’t want to get to feeling any worse, so I figured it couldn’t hurt to try the lozenges.
My throat, which was feeling a bit raw, appreciated the warm liquid from the lozenge that coated it. Within minutes I didn’t feel like someone had been rubbing sandpaper in my throat. Apparently that was the benzocaine active ingredient in the lozenge kicking in to reduce the pain. Chloraseptic® Total lozenge formulations help relieve sore throat pain, cool nasal passages and suppress coughs for up to four hours. The lozenges come in a few different varieties. I tried two of the varieties and was happy to find that they don’t have an unpleasant taste like some of the cough drops you find on the market. And even better still, they work and really help relieve the pain of a sore throat.
If you suffer from sore throats or allergies, or get colds, you might want to check out Chloraseptic.