Advisory 1 YearsDosage Information
Please read the enclosed leaflet carefully before use.
Dosage. For oral use.
Use the two-headed spoon provided.
Age: 1-2 years; Dosage: One small 2.5 ml spoonful twice daily at least 4 hours apart; Maximum dose in 24 hours: Two small 2.5 ml spoonfuls (5 ml).
Age: 2-6 years; Dosage: One small 2.5 ml spoonful every 4-6 hours; Maximum dose in 24 hours: Six small 2.5 ml spoonfuls (15 ml).
Age: 6-12 years; Dosage: One large 5 ml spoonful every 4-6 hours; Maximum dose in 24 hours: Six large 5 ml spoonfuls (30 ml).
Age: Adults and children over 12 years; Dosage: Two large 5 ml spoonfuls (10 ml) every 4-6 hours; Maximum dose in 24 hours: Twelve large 5 ml spoonfuls (60 ml).
Elderly: Talk to your doctor or pharmacist before taking this medicine as you may need to take a lower daily dose.
Children under 12 months: Not recommended.
Fast relief from the symptoms of: skin allergies, food allergies, pet allergies, hayfever, house dust mite allergies, mould spore allergies, insect bites
Also relieves the itchy rash of chickenpox
Suitable for children 1 year & over
Each 5 ml of Syrup contains 2 mg of Chlorphenamine Maleate as the active ingredient, Also includes Sucrose, Ethanol and a Mixture of Methyl, Ethyl, Ethyl and Propyl Hydroxybenzoates (E218, E214 and E216), See leaflet for further adviceNet Content
Fast relief from the symptoms of:
Hayfever and other allergies e.g. pet, house dust mite & mould spore allergies.
Nettle rash, hives, heat rash, prickly heat & dermatitis.
Reactions to food, food additives, medicines & insect bites.
Also relieves the itchy rash of chickenpox.
Warning. May cause drowsiness. If affected do not drive or operate machinery. Avoid alcoholic drink.
If symptoms persist consult your doctor.Storage
Store below 25 C. Protect from light.
Keep out of the reach and sight of children.
Please Note: Whilst we (Doorstep Pharmacy) make every effort to ensure that all information is up to date, the information shown on this page should not replace the advice of a medical professional, and you should always refer to the patient information leaflet before taking any medication.