What is Torex?

TOREX Cough Syrup is a medication consisting of diphenhydramine that can help you relieve congestion and post-nasal drips. Ammonium Chloride & Terpin hydrate in the cough syrup can be useful in thinning mucus and it becomes easier for you to clear it out. Moreover, sodium citrate in the medication (an agent) works to break down mucus. Mending your throat issues, TOREX Cough Syrup can be a useful medication to combat cough, cold, and blocked nose.

What is TOREX used for?

TOREX products are prepared to comply with all the medical standards to make it useful to nurse conditions, such as dry cough, whooping cough, smoker's cough, chronic cough & post-surgical cough. The medications include cough, syrup, tablets, and capsules.

What is cough?

Cough is a natural reflex that occurs repetitively and clears the breathing passages from secretions, irritants, foreign particles and microbes. There are primarily three phases of the cough reflex - inhalation, forced exhalation against a closed glottis, and release of air from the lungs and there is a distinctive sound of your speech.

What are the types of cough?

    Based on the duration, quality, and timing of the cough, its condition is justified: If the cough lasts for less than 3 weeks, it is considered an acute cough, stretching from 3-8 weeks is called subacute cough, while if it goes beyond 8 weeks, the condition is a chronic cough.

    Dry Cough/Non-Productive Cough
    In dry cough conditions, there is no phlegm or sputum production. There is inflammation in the throat and upper airways. It is again classified into three categories:

  • Dry Hacking Cough - A short, weak repeating cough, often caused by irritation of the larynx by a postnasal drip.
  • Barking Cough - It is also called croup and is a viral infection that results in swollen vocal cords and throat.
  • Whooping Cough - This is also called pertussis, an infection in the airways caused by the bacteria bordetella pertussis. There is consistent coughing for the sufferer which brings a characteristic whoop sound.

  • Wet/Productive Cough - In productive cough, there is phlegm or mucus (sputum) production. In this, the mucus may come down to the back of the throat from the nose or sinuses or may have come up from the lungs as well. Generally, a productive cough shouldn’t be suppressed as it clears mucus from the lungs.
Are there any directions for the use of TOREX cough products?

Depending on your cough type and your condition, get the dosage prescription after consulting your doctors.

  • Expectorants (guaiphenesin, bromhexine) decrease the consistency of thick sputum thereby making it easier for the person to bring out phlegm.
  • Does TOREX cough syrup contain alcohol?

    TOREX Cough Syrup is alcohol-free.