8-fl. oz of Children's BENADRYL® Allergy Liquid in cherry flavor for allergy relief
Kids' allergy medicine temporarily relieves allergy symptoms due to hay fever and other upper respiratory allergies
Contains 12.5 mg diphenhydramine HCl per dose to alleviate your child's allergy symptoms
Antihistamine for kids provides relief from runny nose; sneezing; and itchy eyes, nose and throat
Intended for ages 6 to 11, Benadryl children's allergy liquid is alcohol-free
Suggested Age: 6 Years and Up
Active Ingredient Strength Value: 12.5 Milligrams
Duration: 4 to 6 Hours
Product Form: Liquid
Primary Active Ingredient: Diphenhydramine
Package Quantity: 1
Item Number (DPCI): 094-04-0518
Origin: Made in the USA or Imported
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Give your child effective relief from common allergy symptoms with Children's BENADRYL® Allergy Liquid. Containing 12.5 milligrams of the antihistamine diphenhydramine HCI per teaspoon (5 mL), this kids' liquid allergy medicine relieves symptoms due to hay fever and other upper respiratory allergies, including runny nose, sneezing, itchy nose, itchy throat, and itchy, watery eyes. Available in kid-friendly cherry flavor, this children's allergy liquid is alcohol-free and is intended for ages 6 to 11. Help alleviate your child's allergy symptoms with the brand moms turn to first when they first treat their children's upper respiratory allergies.