Ultra Chloraseptic Anaesthetic Throat Spray is an ideal treatment for sore throats because unlike lozenges, which can numb the entire mouth, Ultra Chloraseptic's directional spray nozzle will help to ensure the fast-acting spray is delivered straight to the site of pain, bringing relief in seconds. Ultra Chloraseptic comes in a sugar free, antiseptic base, making Ultra Chloraseptic all you need for sore throats.
Adults and teenagers: Hold breath and spray 3 times to the back of your throat. Repeat every 2-3 hours if required. Do not use more than 8 times a day.
Children aged 6-12 years: Hold breath and spray once to the back of the throat. Repeat every 2-3 hours if required. Do not use more than 8 times a day. Use only under adult supervision and do use in a child who is unable to hold their breath whilst spraying.
How to apply
Remove the cap from the bottle, and rotate the spray head around by half a circle so that the nozzle extends beyond the bottle. If this is a new bottle, or you have not used it since your last sore throat, activate the pump by spraying 3 times away from your face into a sink. This will also help you to get a feel for the pump action.
Hold the bottle in your hand with your index (first) finger on the pump, ready to spray. When you are ready, open the mouth a little and point the spray nozzle towards the back of your throat. The nozzle should be just inside your mouth. This will help the spray get to its target at the back of the throat.
Hold your breath and then press the pump to spray. Do not exceed the dosage on the labelling. It may be easier the first few times to stand in front of the mirror whilst spraying the product. Do not use for more than 3 days in a row. If symptoms do not improve, consult your pharmacist or doctor.
You should experience temporary numbness in your throat after using the spray. This indicates that the product is working. Avoid eating or drinking as long as the numbness lasts.
If you spray more than you should and you feel drowsy, you must contact a doctor immediately.