Anbesol


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Anbesol

(ăn′bə-sôl′)
A trademark for an over-the-counter preparation containing the drug benzocaine.
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Major categories and product lines include: Dietary Supplements: Centrum, Caltrate, and Emergen-C; Pain Management: Advil and Thermacare; Gastrointestinal: Nexium 24 Hour and Preparation H; Respiratory: Robitussin and Advil Cold and Sinus; Personal Care: ChapStick and Anbesol.
They are off-the-counter remedies such as Calpol Infant Suspension and Anbesol Teething Gel as well as prescription drugs like Amoxicillin and more.
Benzocaine gels and liquids are sold over the counter with brand names such as Anbesol, Hurricaine, Orajel, Baby Orajel, Orabase, and various store brands.
On days when I can't bourree anymore, I put Anbesol on my toe.
Baby teething treatment Ashton & Parsons and mouth ulcer cure Anbesol, are being swallowed by Alliance Pharma in a pounds 2.
Some products, such as Rinstead Adult Gel, Lypsyl Cold Sore Gel and Anbesol Adult Gel, can prevent a cold sore developing.
Over-the-counter medicines like acetaminophen, Orabase-B, Anbesol and Orajel may also help.
These were Anbesol teething gel, Buttercup Infant cough syrup, Calpol Paracetamol, Sudafed Children's Syrup and Superdrug Children's Chesty Cough Syrup.
Try an over-the-counter numbing agent like Anbesol or Orabase.
Anbesol is excellent for mouth ulcers because as it's a liquid you can apply it straight to the sore point.