From The Star-K: Partial List of Over The Counter Medications that Do Not Present a Kashrus Issue

The following is a partial list from the Star K of over-the-counter medication that do not present a kashrus issue…

Benadryl (Ultratab Tablets, Children’s Allergy Chewables Grape, Children’s Allergy Liquid Bubblegum Dye-Free, Cherry

Contac Cold & Flu Caplets, Liquid Meda Consumer Healthcare

Coricidin HBP Cold & Flu Tablets (dairy)

Emergen-C Kidz Vitamin C 250 Mg. (Fruit Punch)

Emergen-C Super Fruit Pomegranate, Triple Berry Blast

Emergen C Hydration + Sports Drink Mix with Vitamin C, Electrolyte Replenishment Lemon-Lime Twist Flavor

Emergen-C Immune +Warmers Apple Cider Hot Drink Mix (Powders when mixed in beverage)

Emergen-C Original Formula (Powders to Mix) Cranberry-Pomegranate, Raspberry, Lemon Lime, Pink Lemonade, Acai Berry, Coconut Pineapple, Strawberry Kiwi, Berry Blss, Meyer Lemon, Tropical, Tangerine, Super Orange, Orange

Mucinex (cold, flu & Sore Throat Max Caplets, Expectorant Tablets, Max Strength D Tablets, Regular Tablet, Liquid Cough Medicine)

Robitussin (DM+Maximum Strength Liquid Cough Medicine)


Tylenol (Children’s Cold+Cough +Sore Throat Bubble Gum and Grape

Vicks Children’s Nyquil Cold and Cough Liquid and Nyquil Cold and Flu Nighttime Relief Liquid Cherry, Original

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