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Lockets

Lockets are a confectionery produced by the Wrigley Company in the UK and Czech Republic. They are sold as medicated supplement to help nasal congestion and sore throats.

Contents

  • Flavors 1
  • About 2
  • Ingredients 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5

Flavors

They are available in multiple flavours including cranberry and blueberry, menthol and honey. A blackcurrant flavour was produced, but was discontinued in 2009.[1]

About

Lockets are used to help individuals get through cold winters and sore throats. They act quickly at clearing your nose and soothe your throat in desperate times of need. The medicated lozenge contains menthol, eucalyptus, vitamin C and a center with honey. Packets generally contain 10 medicated lozenges.[1]

Ingredients

References

  1. ^ a b c

External links

  • Lockets Site at Wrigley


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