Vicks Vaporub Limon Buharlasan Ointment

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Menthol 1.045 G, Kamfor 1.9 G, Eucalyptus Oil 0.57 G, K. Coconut Oil 0.285 G, Cedar Tree Leaf Oil 0.285 G, Turpentine Oil 1.9 G, Timol 0.095 G, Lemon Extract 0.266 G, Vaseline Q.S. It Contains 31.654 G.

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1 review for Vicks Vaporub Limon Buharlasan Ointment

  1. Veselina

    What is the price?

    • WikiKenko - Health Encyclopedia

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      Hello Veselina, this is WikiKenko,

      Vicks VapoRub is a combination product that is applied to the skin. When applied to the chest, inhaling the vapors of this product may provide temporary relief of cough caused by irritation of the throat or lungs. When applied to other areas of the body, this product is used for temporary relief of minor muscle or joint pain.

      You should follow all directions on the label and package and use exactly as directed. It is not necessary to have a prescription to use Vicks VapoRub. To view the latest prices, kindly login.

      Side effects are uncommon but can happen. The most likely side effects are skin irritations. You may also get irritation of the eyes from inhaling the vapor. If you have signs of an allergic reaction such as hives, difficult breathing, or swelling of your face, lips, tongue, or throat you should get emergency medical help.

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