Choline Salicylate is a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug similar to aspirin. It is used to relieve the pain and discomfort caused by mouth ulcers, denture irritation, sore spots from braces and cold sores. The antiseptic helps prevent the irritated areas from getting infected and this can help them heal. Lignocaine Hydrochloride causes temporary loss of feeling or numbness of the area where it is applied.

Therapeutic Indication:
Indicated for mouth ulcers, pharyngeal pain, and other painful conditions of mouth and throat.

Mechanism of Action:
Lignocaine hydrochloride acts as a local anesthetic that works by blocking the pathway of the pain signals along the nerves. Sodium ions play a significant role in the pain signals reaching to the brain, i.e., the signal propagation and lignocaine blocks the fast voltage-gated Na+ channels that are present in the neuronal cell membrane. This prevents the pain signals from reaching to the brain.
Choline Salicylate is the choline salt of salicylic acid. Choline Salicylate relieves musculoskeletal pain in the muscles, joints, and tendons by causing irritation and reddening of the skin due to dilated capillaries and increased blood flow. It is pharmacologically similar to aspirin and other NSAIDs but as a topical agent it primarily acts as a rubefacient and skin irritant. Counter-irritation is believed to cause a soothing sensation of warmth.

Drug Interactions:
Salicylates may enhance the effect of anticoagulants and inhibit the action of uricosurics.

Side Effects:
The product is possible safe for most adults. There is no disadvantage associated with the product if taken under the recommended usage however excessive application or confinement under a denture irritates the mucosa and this can itself cause ulceration.

● No sores may impair swallowing and increase the risk of aspiration
● Carefully used in patients with renal and hepatic dysfunction

Protect from light and store below 25°C.