Difflam Sore Throat Rinse

Difflam Sore Throat Rinse

Fast acting and long lasting relief, to ease the irritation and inflammation of a sore throat.

  • 200ml bottle with measuring cap for accurate dosage
  • Sugar free, lactose free and gluten free
  • Suitable for adults and children over 12 years

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200ml Difflam™ Throat Rinse with packaging

Fast and lasting relief from the pain and inflammation of a sore throat

Mint flavoured Difflam Sore Throat Rinse can be used as a mouthwash or gargle by adults and children over 12 years old. It comes in a 200ml bottle with a handy measuring cup to help you dispense just the right amount.

  • To treat the pain, soreness, swelling and discomfort of the throat, including pharyngitis.

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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 Sore Throat Rinse

Pour 15ml of Difflam Sore Throat Rinse into the measuring cup. Gargle or rinse around the mouth for 20-30 seconds, then spit out.

If you find Difflam Sore Throat Rinse stings the inside of your mouth, it can be diluted in the measuring cup with water.

Sore Throat Rinse

Dosage of Difflam Rinse

  • Adults, Adolescents & the elderly

    Adults, Adolescents & the elderly

    15ml every 1.5 to 3 hours.

Precautions:

  1. Do not use Difflam Rinse if you are allergic to Benzydamine Hydrochloride or any of the other ingredients listed in the Patient Information Leaflet.
  2. 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.
  3. Always use Difflam Rinse 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.