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Claritine™ 1mg/ml Syrup:*

Claritine™ 1mg/ml Syrup:*

Claritine™ Syrup contains 1 mg/mL micronized loratadine, an antihistamine, to be administered orally.


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Active Ingredient: Loratadine 1mg/ml Indication: Hay fever and Hives
Target Patient: Children (2-12 years of age) Dosage: Greater than 30kg – 10ml once daily
Less than 30kg – 5ml once daily


Claritine™ syrup relieves symptoms associated with allergic rhinitis (hay fever) such as sneezing, runny or itchy nose, and burning or itchy eyes in children over the age of two years who weigh more or less than 30 kg. Claritine™ syrup may also be used to help relieve symptoms of idiopathic chronic urticaria or hives (itching, redness and number and size of hives). The effect of Claritine™ will last for a whole day and should help you to continue your normal daily activities and sleep. You should talk to a doctor if your child is not feeling better or if he/she feels worse.


Do not use if allergic to loratadine or any of the ingredients in the product. Not recommended for nursing or pregnant women. You should talk to the doctor or pharmacist before taking Claritine™ if you have severe liver disease

*Please consult your Pharmacist or Physician before using any medication.

Quality of Life with Claritine™

Quality of Life is the general well-being related to your body, mind, as well as your social and work lives.6 And it is a concept we take seriously. Allergic disorders such as hay fever can cause symptoms including runny nose, nasal congestion, sneezing, headache, thirst and disturbed sleep.7 These symptoms not only impose restrictions on your life and impair overall quality of life.6 Claritine™ is a second-generation antihistamine that works to improve quality of life of both adults and children, with long-lasting (24 hours) action and non-drowsy effectiveness.


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