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Neo Ciffee

Neo Citran flavoured as Coffee
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For those of us who are sick of tossing fruity flavoured cold remedies down out throats. What I want is a cup of coffee that will make me well. The caffeine will make it non drowsy and allow you to get some work done.
TBK, Mar 12 2003

Neo Citran http://www.neocitra...ish/pages/page3.htm
[phoenix, Oct 04 2004, last modified Oct 21 2004]

TheraFlu http://www.drugstor..._cough_medicine.htm
The closest U.S. equivalent I can find. [phoenix, Oct 04 2004, last modified Oct 21 2004]


       For non-Canadians, Neo Citran is a hot lemon flavoured cold medication drink.
waugsqueke, Mar 12 2003

       In the UK there are various lemon flavoured cold/influenza remedies that are more or less acceptable in black tea.   

       Since one's palate is usually blunted during a cold, taste isn't so much of an issue. But a coffee-based remedy would be good. (+)
8th of 7, Mar 12 2003

       My own cold remedy consists of whisky, honey, and twenty seconds in the microwave.
angel, Mar 12 2003

       //My own cold remedy consists of whisky, honey, and twenty seconds in the microwave.//   

       Putting your self in the microwave for twenty seconds sounds as if it could be more painful than the cold, [angel].
jurist, Mar 12 2003

[sp]: elf.
angel, Mar 12 2003

       Either the microwave is very big, or [angel] is much smaller than we all thought ......   

       Care to enlighten us ?
8th of 7, Mar 12 2003

       <insert "dancing on the head of a pin" reference here>
krelnik, Mar 12 2003

       Thanks Waugs, I didn't realize Neo-Citran was a canadian only thing.
TBK, Mar 12 2003


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