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- December 17, 2007 at 1:57 pm #254892
I was at the drugstore yesterday. There is also a liquid. I remember using Zicam samples, but it was a liquid that you take with a spoon – not a spray.
So, yes, there are different formulations.
On Dec 21, 2007 7:53 AM, nauticalnana <email@example.com> wrote:
yes, you spray it in your mouth. that is the one we use. there are also rapid melt tabs but they are horrible to me and take too long.
would rather spray and be done. no side effects here from the spray.
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Budget101.com : zicam
There is also zicam that is a liquid, right?
On Dec 19, 2007 8:47 PM, littlejo28602 <BooBoo@conninc.com> wrote:
There was a huge write up in the local paper a few weeks ago by
various local Dr's warning people about using this product. There was
a list of problems but the main one being the product causing burns or
ulcers inside the users nose. I work at a local health dept and you
would not believe the clients we have had come in cause of burns
inside their noses from this product.
From the article in the paper, I
believe the user may have used it more than it is suppose to be used
or over a longer period of time that that is recommended. Please be
careful using this.
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