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  • noun Alternative spelling of guaifenesin.


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  • Parents will still be able to buy cough and cold remedies containing glycerol, guaiphenesin and ingredients such as honey, lemon and other natural substances from supermarkets.

    New Zealand Herald - Top Stories

  • However, oral cough and cold medicines that contain ingredients such as glycerol, guaiphenesin, honey, lemon and other natural substances will remain available in supermarkets for use in children over six years of age.

    NZ On Screen

  • "All Lemsip products currently marketed in Australia that contain guaiphenesin and phenylephrine are not recommended for children 12 years and under," the statement said.

    Latest News - Yahoo!7 News


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