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Grether's Pastilles Blackcurrant Pastilles (2.125 oz.)

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Grether's Pastilles | Relief for throat and voice


Based on an Original English Recipe dating back to 1850, Grether`s Pastilles are still used today to satisfy a sweet tooth, moisten a dry mouth, and even help ward off colds. Formulated with high quality glycerin and natural fruit extracts rich in vitamin C, Grether`s Pastilles are also ripened for three months in order to develop their distinctive fruit flavor. People who have to use their voice frequently benefit particularly from the calming, soothing and nourishing effect of Grether`s Pastilles.



Throat-soothing and palate-pleasing, these candies date back to 1930, but they have many current fans, including former President Clinton. Made with glycerin and vitamin C, they satisfy a sweet tooth, moisten a dry mouth, and can even ward off colds.

They contain a high quality glycerin which helps keep the mouth and throat moist, protected, and soothed. Agar-Agar (derived from dulse) lends the pastille their silky consistency while the natural extracts of fruit give Grether`s Pastilles their great taste.

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Before the pastilles are packaged into the classic gold Grether`s tins, they must be allowed to ripen for three months. Grether`s Pastilles are recommended for hoarseness, sore throats, croaky voice and dry mouth. People who have to use their voice a lot, e.g. through singing or extensive talking, benefit particularly from the calming, soothing and nourishing effect of Grether`s Pastilles.

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Delicious pastilles

Perfect for a throat with allergy irritation.

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Awesome pastilles

Fantastic product. They brought back memories from my childhood. They are just as good now as they were then. Highly recommend.

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starsSoothing and theraputic

I first had these pastilles when I worked for a local university medical center pharmacy. We stocked these specifically for our customers who would use them prior to class lectures or speaking engagements at the university. We always had a tin on the counter for staff and they really are therapeutic. The only negative is that the relaxing effect doesn't last very long; i would say no longer than a half hour. I keep them on my office desk now just to keep a scratchy throat soothed.