Chloraseptic Spray

Chloraseptic Spray relieves sore throat pain and irritations of the mouth, gum, and throat. Do not swallow spray after using.

Chloraseptic Spray Overview


Chloraseptic Spray is an over the counter medication used to relieve sore throat pain, and irritations of the mouth, gum, and throat. Chloraseptic Spray belongs to a group of drugs called topical anesthetics, which numbs the area it is applied to. 

This medication comes in a oral (by mouth) liquid spray form, and may be used every 2 hours as needed. 

Common side effects of Chloraseptic Spray include tenderness and numbness of the area. 

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Chloraseptic Spray Drug Class

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