Strict Safety Standards for Cough Syrup, but mRNA Shots Get a Free Pass – IOTW Report

Strict Safety Standards for Cough Syrup, but mRNA Shots Get a Free Pass

The Telegraph recently reported that the public have been told to stop taking cough and cold medicines over safety fears concerning the drug, pholcodine, an opioid cough suppressant. 

Twenty of the common cough and cold medicines, including Day and Night Nurse capsules, have been urgently withdrawn from the market on the order of the drug regulators because of concerns about a “very rare” risk of anaphylaxis, a life-threatening adverse event. 

When it comes to the mRNA COVID-19 vaccines, the regulatory double standards have never been so glaringly obvious. 

Anaphylaxis was identified as an important risk by the European Medicines Agency, as early as December 2020, in the EMA’s CHMP (Committee for Medicinal Products for Human Use) assessment report on the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine, seen below. more

SNIP: They better not come for my Raspberry Robitussin!!!

13 Comments on Strict Safety Standards for Cough Syrup, but mRNA Shots Get a Free Pass

  1. This is getting like the “Boy That Cried Wolf” too many times!

  2. The best cough med. that I’ve found is the Jack Daniels brand.

  3. Coughing is good for you.
    If you practice enough
    You build an immunity

  4. “SNIP: They better not come for my Raspberry Robitussin!!!”

    …don’t say that too loud. They came for my wife’s Seldane over a vanishingly rare drug interaction risk with that CLASS of active ingredient when she had been taking it for YEARS with no issue or interaction and it was the ONLY thing that really worked for her.

    …but yeah, the thing that kills people and aborts babies whether you want to or not while not doing what its SUPPOSED to do is OK, so lets go ahead and force kids who have no risk ANYWAY to get jabbed too even thoght we don’t know what it will do because that lets us keep the vaxxx exemption forever and make obscene profits while killing “excess population”, so why the hell not…/s

  5. The government seems suspiciously eager to stick it to us.

  6. Back in 2004-2005 the FDA pulled Bextra, Celebrex, and Vioxx off the market. This class of non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs caused bad side effects for cardiac problems and ulcers if the drugs were used for long terms. Simple solution is to not give out a prescription for more than 30 days in a 6 month period. Generic forms of these drugs were available in a 30-day blister pack in southwest Asia 10 years ago and could be prescribed by the pharmacist.

  7. What they are really trying to regulate in the: FLAMING MOE

    You can’t make one without Krusty Brand Cough Syrup.

  8. OldCoot,

    I hear you, Laphroaig 10 Year for sore throats.


  9. Apparently the government doesn’t want us to OD on cough syrup..

  10. If anyone is bothered by your coughing, just stick a finger in yer scrotum and tell ’em yer just checking the equipment. Girls, sorry… I got nuthin for you.

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