Cheracol, also known as Guaifenesin, is an expectorant that loosens phlegm and increases the lubrication of the lungs allowing you to cough and remove the chest congestion. It is not unusual to see it paired with Codeine, a narcotic, which is the case with this preparation. While the Cheracol makes you expel the mucus, the Codeine acts as a pain reliever and keeps you from coughing excessively. It is commonly used to treat cough and nasal congestion associated with the common cold, allergies and infections.
This pharmacy label is from McAdams & Morford, wholesale druggist, from Lexington, Kentucky and measures 2.6” Wide x 1.35” High. The label dates back to 1910 and is in excellent condition with good graphics. It would be great to pair it with our Diluted Hydrochloric Acid label from the same druggist.
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