12 tablets – $13.50
Kufugedokuto Dry Extract 1, 175mg ([Kufugedokuto] Radix Saposhnikoviae 1.5mg, Fructus Arctil 1.5mg, Fructus Forsythiae 2.5mg, Herba Schizonepetae 0.75g, Rhizoma Notopterygii 0.75mg, Radix Glycyrrhizae 0.75g, Radix Platycodi 1.5g, Fibrosum Gypsum 2.5g)
Adults (15 years and older): Up to two tablets at a time, three times daily between meals or on an empty stomach. Do not chew or exceed one tablet at a time. To be dissolved slowly in the mouth.
A sore throat is not an isolated illness but a symptom. It often points to an underlying condition, such as pharyngitis – the inflammation at the back of the throat. In Singapore, where weather conditions can vary between extremes in a matter of days, sore throats are common, requiring an effective medicine for sore throat relief.
A sore throat can result from multiple factors, often symptomatic of underlying conditions. These triggers include:
The underlying causes of your sore throat will determine what medicines are appropriate to treat it.
Identifying a sore throat involves looking for certain symptoms, which may vary depending on the cause. Common signs include:
White patches or pus on your tonsils can also indicate a sore throat requiring immediate medicine or treatment. In such cases, SATO THROAT TROCHE offers a reliable solution for both males and females in Singapore who are health-conscious and seeking rapid relief.
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A sore throat can be contagious if a viral or bacterial infection causes it. Transmission commonly occurs through airborne droplets when an infected person coughs, sneezes, or talks. It can also spread by touching contaminated surfaces and the mouth or nose. However, sore throats due to allergies or environmental irritants are not contagious.
A viral sore throat is caused by viral infections like the common cold or flu and often accompanies other symptoms like a runny nose or cough. Antibiotics are ineffective against it. A bacterial sore throat, usually caused by Streptococcus bacteria, may have symptoms like swollen lymph nodes and tonsils and can be effectively treated with antibiotic medicine.
You should see a doctor for a sore throat if symptoms persist for more than a week of having difficulty swallowing or experiencing severe pain. Additional red flags include a high fever, swollen lymph nodes, or white patches on your tonsils. These symptoms could indicate a bacterial infection or another serious condition that may require a medicine prescription or other medical treatments.