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Ricola Sugar Free Original Natural Herb Cough Drops
Enjoy long-lasting throat relief and the fresh taste of Swiss herbs with Ricola. Made with Ricola’s secret blend of naturally cultivated Swiss herbs, these refreshing drops help relieve your cough and sore throat. The herbal blend is also infused with menthol, a natural cough suppressant that soothes minor irritation in the mouth and throat. With their crisp herb flavor, these cough drops are a treat for your throat as well as your taste buds. They are sugar-free and sweetened with aspartame.
Ricola is the perfect choice for when you get a tickle in your throat or feel a cold coming on. Whether you’re cheering on your favorite team or need to clear your voice for a presentation, Ricola Original Natural Herb Cough Drops give
The Ricola Blend - A Secret Recipe of 10 Traditional Swiss Herbs
For over 80 years, Ricola has delivered soothing, tasty little drops to delight mouths and throats around the world. These drops draw their crisp flavor and character from a secret blend of 10 naturally-cultivated Swiss alpine herbs. Swiss herbalists have used herbs for thousands of years to help relieve coughs, sore throats, and hoarseness of voice.
Horehound, hyssop, and wild thyme have been used to gladden the heart and liberate the lungs, while thyme and mallow were traditionally used to help cleanse your throat and relieve irritation. Still others--such as elder and sage--have traditionally been used for throat infections and the common cold. All this history and goodness has inspired our tasty little drops!
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