The short and sweet about iNova’s Andolex-C Lozenges

Many people associate sore throat relief with Andolex C Spray, but did you know that Andolex C offers a lozenge range that can also bring welcome relief to the dreaded sore throat?

Andolex C is proud to announce the relaunch of Andolex C Lozenges, bringing you the same, 4-in-1 effect to relieve a sore throat but now with a better taste and in newly designed packaging 1,2,3,4.

The primary cause of a sore throat is the inflammation and swelling of the throat tissue as a result of a viral or bacterial infection 5,6. Andolex C Lozenges contain Benzydamine hydrochloride that helps reduce inflammation

and swelling, relieves pain, numbs the painful area and Cetylpyridinium chloride to relieve symptoms of the

infection.1,2,4.

The Andolex-C Lozenges are available in a range of flavours including raspberry, orange and honey and lemon at all leading pharmacies 1,2.

For more information about sore throats or about Andolex, South Africa’s number 1 brand for sore throat, mouth and gums, visit our newly refreshed website www.andolex.co.za 7.

Speak to your pharmacist or pharmacy assistant about Andolex C lozenges for great tasting 4- in-1 relief from a sore throat 1,2,3,4.

DISCLAIMER: This editorial has been commissioned and brought to you by iNova Pharmaceuticals. Content in this editorial is for general information only and is not intended to provide medical or other professional advice. For more information on your medical condition and treatment options, speak to your healthcare professional.”

Name and business address of applicant: iNova Pharmaceuticals (Pty) Limited. Co. Reg. No.1952/001640/07, 15E Riley Road, Bedfordview. Tel. No. 011 087 0000. www.inovapharma.co.za. For full prescribing information, refer to the individual package inserts as approved by the Medicines Control Council (MCC). Further information is available on request from iNova Pharmaceuticals.

References:

  1. Andolex C Lozenge approved package insert
  2. Updated Andolex C Lozenge approved package insert (Need approved version)
  3. Simard-Savoie S, et al. Topical anaesthetic activity of benzydamine. Curr Ther Res 1978;23(6):634-745.
  4. Almazan NA. Benzydamine HCl 0.15 % for oropharyngeal diseases and surgeries: A review of clinical trials. Philip Scientific J 2009;42(1):37-42.
  5. Throat Pain – What can cause pain in throat and how is it treated? (https://www.epainassist.com/face-mouth-throat/throat-pain) Website accessed on 4 June 2018
  6. OTC Guide (http://www.otcguide.net/patient-guides/eyesearsnosethroat-sore-throat) Website accessed on 4 June 2018
  7. IMS Total Private Market May 2018 (Constructed Market).