Power Through 2X More Cold Symptoms
If you’re suffering from a cough, chest and nasal congestion, and sore throat pain, then it’s time to discover BENYLIN® Extra Strength Cough Plus Cold Relief. Below you can find the active ingredients that will help fight your symptoms to get you back to full strength in no time.
EACH 5 ML OR 1 TEASPOONFUL (TSP.) CONTAINS:
COUGH SUPRESSANT: Controls your dry cough.
DECONGESTANT: Relieves your stuffy nose and nasal congestion.
EXPECTORANT: Relieve your chest congestion.
Guaifenesin (Extra Strength)
ANALGESIC: Relieve your sore throat pain.
*Based on the number of symptoms listed on package vs BENYLIN® Dry Cough
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