Strepsils Sugar-Free Lozenges

Strepsils Sugar-Free Lozenges is a brand of medicine containing the active ingredients dichlorobenzyl alcohol - amylmetacresol.

We do not currently have a consumer medicine information (CMI) leaflet for this brand of medicine.

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