Care Decongestant Tablets

Relief from nasal, sinus & chest congestion

Care Decongestant Tablets relieve nasal, sinus and upper chest congestion by restricting blood vessels which reduces swelling and decreases the production of mucus. The tablets are also non-drowsy and sugar-free.

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Non-drowsy and sugar free
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Suitable for 12+
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Available in 12 tablets

More about this product

  • Essential information
  • Directions for use
  • Self Care Advice
  • FAQs
  • Stockists
  • Tips & Advice

Essential Information

Care Decongestant Tablets. Indicated for the relief of nasal, sinus and upper respiratory congestion. Contains Pseudoephedrine hydrochloride BP 60.0mg (Per Tablet). Always read the label.

Directions for use

For oral administration.

Recommended dose and dosage Schedule

Adults and children over 12 years: One tablet four times daily.

Elderly: Adult dose is appropriate.

See the product label for more information or click here to view the Patient Information Leaflet.

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If in doubt, always talk to a healthcare professional.


Self Care Advice

There are things you can try at home to relieve symptoms, such as:

  • Avoiding things that trigger symptoms, such as allergens or smoky places
  • Taking sips of cold water when they feel the need to clear the throat – constantly clearing the throat may make things worse
  • Using a saline nasal rinse several times a day – these can be bought in-pharmacy or made at home with half a teaspoon of salt in a pint of boiled water that’s been left to cool
  • Avoiding warm, dry atmospheres, such as places with air conditioning and car heating systems – placing plants or bowls of water in a room may help to keep the air humid
  • Staying well hydrated


What is catarrh?

Catarrh is a build-up of mucus in an airway or cavity of the body.

What areas does catarrh affect?

Catarrh usually affects the back of the nose, the throat or the sinuses (air-filled cavities in the bones of the face).

How long does catarrh last?

Catarrh is often temporary, but some people experience it for months or years. This is known as chronic catarrh. Catarrh can be a nuisance and may be difficult to get rid of, but it's not harmful and there are treatments available.

When should I go and see a GP about catarrh?

It is advised to go and see a GP if your catarrh persists and is becoming difficult to live with. The GP may want to rule out conditions that could be causing it, such as nasal polyps or allergies, by referring you to a specialist for tests.  


Tips & Advice

Who can use this product:

They can be used by adults, the elderly and children over 12 years.

Did you know?

Catarrh can be a nuisance and may be difficult to get rid of, but it’s not harmful and there are treatments available.

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