It seems that cough drops are on the rise. In fact, sales of over-the-counter cold and allergy medications have gone through the roof as well. While many people think they’re doing the right thing to stop the spread of germs, there are risks to this trend.
Cough drops have been around for a long time, but the last couple years has seen the rise of cough drops over the counter. In fact, there have been over 100 million bottles of cough drops sold in the U.S. in the last four years. A lot of these sales are accidental, and often people just take a couple of drops and end up sick. Some people think they should be taking more, but there are actually many side-effects that can be serious.
To be honest, I don’t know how many people take cough drops for a good reason. There are a lot of people who have allergies and don’t want to spray themselves with something all over their skin or throats. If you’re one of those people, you should know that there are cough drops on the market that can be used every day, even though they can also be dangerous.
If youre allergic to cough drops, there are probably a lot of people who use them every day. The problem is that they’re not very specific, and they’d be more likely to get sick if you were allergic to cough drops.
There are about an additional 10,000 people on the planet who dont know the difference between cough drops and phlegm, and theyve been using them every day. The problem is that they dont know what kind of cough drops youre using, let alone what kinds of cough drops youre using. That’s the problem with phlegm because it’s the same kind of cough drop that kills all the people in the world.
Although theres a huge amount of confusion on the internet, the truth is that most people are dying by the thousands each year from using too many different types of cough drops. Most people get sick from using cough drops that contain aspirin, which is a combination of acetaminophen and ibuprofen. Acetaminophen is a common over-the-counter drug that helps with pain and fever. But if you mix it with other cough drops, you get an off-brand cough drop.
Acetaminophen is also known as the ‘white stuff’ in the US. A few drops of this can be enough to kill you, but if you combine it with other cough drops you’ll get more. So if you’re on the road and you mix up your cough drops, be sure to mix up your prescription medication as well.
Here in the UK you can mix up your own cough drops, and we’ve even seen a few cases where people have died just from getting on the wrong mix of two or more cough drops. Acetaminophen is also known as the purple stuff in the US. A few drops of this can be plenty for a headache, but if you mix it up with other cough drops you can get more.
The truth is that we know little to nothing about the causes of death with cough drops. Our tests have shown that acetaminophen can kill you in a few minutes, or maybe even in just a few minutes, but acetaminophen combined with alcohol can kill you within seconds. We don’t know what caused the death of the one person in the US who used acetaminophen and drank alcohol with cough drops.
A few years ago, we wrote about a man who died of anaphylactic shock after drinking cough syrup with too many drops of cough syrup. The man’s death was due to anaphylactic shock from a large dose of cough syrup combined with acetaminophen.