Difflam Throat Spray

Take Difflam Spray with you when you're out and about, so that it's at hand when you need it.

  • Handy 30ml spray dispenser to carry with you wherever you go
  • Sugar free, lactose free and gluten free1
  • Suitable for adults and children of all ages1
30ml Difflam™ Throat Spray with packaging

Fast and lasting relief4 for all the family1-3

Difflam Spray allows you to deliver just the right amount of fast acting relief, straight to where it's needed. It can be used to treat many painful conditions of the mouth and throat including:

  • Painful mouth or throat conditions, such as mouth ulcers, sore throat or gums
  • Pain and inflammation following dental surgery
  • Inflammation of the throat (pharyngitis) following surgical removal of the tonsils (tonsillectomy) or the use of a tube passed through the nose into the stomach (naso-gastric tube)
  • Relief for teething infants.5

Triple action relief

Icon illustrating anti-inflammatory action

1. Anti-inflammatory

To support the body's natural healing
process and help you feel better sooner.

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2. Analgesic

To relieve the pain from a sore
throat quickly and effectively.

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3. Anaesthetic

To soothe a sore throat so you
can get on with your day.

How to use Difflam Spray5

To use, just aim the spray-tube at the sore part of the mouth or throat and press down firmly on the plunger to release one puff of Difflam Spray.

Dosage

Adults, adolescents and the elderly:

Spray 4-8 puffs directly to the sore area every 1.5 to 3 hours

Children 6-12 years of age:

Spray 4 puffs directly to the sore area every 1.5 to 3 hours

Children under 6 years of age:

Spray 1 puff for every 4 kilograms of body weight to the sore area every 1.5 to 3 hours. Do not spray more than 4 puffs in a single dose.

Do not use Difflam Spray if you are allergic to Benzydamine Hydrochloride or any of the other ingredients listed in the Patient Information Leaflet.

Always read the label. Do not use for more than seven days continuously unless under advice from a healthcare professional. Avoid contact with eyes. Keep medicines away from children.

Always use Difflam Spray exactly as instructed, and check with a healthcare professional if you are not sure. If your symptoms get worse or do not improve, contact your doctor, pharmacist or dentist.

Remember, children should always be assisted by an adult and never left alone with any medication.

References

  • Difflam Spray, Summary of Product Characteristics.
  • Difflam Sore Throat Rinse, Summary of Product Characteristics.
  • Difflam Spray, Patient Information Leaflet.
  • MATHIVANAN et al. 2016, last three lines of the chapter: Benzydamine blocks voltage gated Na+ channels in DRG neurons. Page 856. SIMARD-SAVOIE 1978, last two lines of page 743, first line of page 744 Difflam SPC. SIRONI 2000, Results and discussion chapter, right column, page 18.
  • Difflam Sore Throat Rinse, Patient Information Leaflet.