Revised: 6 December 2019


Consumer Medicine Information

Active ingredients in cough and cold medicines

The following links contain Consumer Medicine Information (CMI) which have been prepared by pharmaceutical companies to provide you with helpful information about the use of cough and cold medicines containing the ingredients listed below.

Please note, there may be specific CMI or datasheet available for the particular product you are considering taking. Please check the alphabetical listing of Consumer Medicine Information.

In addition, please read the packaging of the product which will tell you how to take the medicine correctly and may also contain additional useful information.

Consumer Medicine Information (CMI) are published on the Medsafe website in Portable Document Format (PDF). To read a PDF you need Adobe Acrobat Reader installed on your computer. You can download the latest free version of Adobe Acrobat Reader from the Adobe website.

Chlorphenamine (also known as chlorpheniramine) (Adobe PDF document 109 KB)
Doxylamine (Adobe PDF document 113 KB)
Guaifenesin (also known as guaiphenesin) (Adobe PDF document 103 KB)
Oxymetazoline (Adobe PDF document 138 KB)
Phenylephrine (Adobe PDF document 26 KB)
Pholcodine (Adobe PDF document 42 KB)
Triprolidine (Adobe PDF document 108 KB)
Xylometazoline (Adobe PDF document 33 KB)
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