Our pastilles differ from other popular throat remedies in that they do not contain numbing agent, Benzocaine which can mask underlying vocal damage. Vocalzone throat pastilles provide a soothing, clearing and relieving sensation for your throat. Our original red boxed pastilles have been the best friend of singers, actors and other voice professionals for over 100 years with a distinctive powerful flavour which certainly packs a punch. We have now expanded our range to include original and Blackcurrant flavours.
Vocalzone pastilles are gluten & lactose free as well as suitable for Vegans. Our Blackcurrant pastilles are even sugar free!
The World’s #1 Throat Pastille
Benefits of Using Vocalzone:
Soothes and clears
Relieves from throat irritation
Helps keep a clear voice
Contains powerful active ingredients
Gluten & Lactose Free
Suitable for Vegetarians and Vegans
Frequent Vocalzone users will be well aware that the original Vocalzone pastille is very much an acquired taste! If you’re one of these seasoned VZ fans it will come as no surprise to you that – due to popular demand – we’ve decided to launch two new flavours. These new pastilles still contain our key ingredient Myrrh but the Blackcurrant Sugar Free Throat Pastilles are blackcurrant flavour and (you guessed it!) sugar free.
Vegan customers can shop the full range reassured by their registration as Vegan products with independent organisation the Vegan Society.
To consume, dissolve one pastille in the mouth and breathe deeply. Repeat every 2 hours if required.
Consumer & Medical Information
Up until 2018, Vocalzone Throat Pastilles were a medically licensed product in the UK. Below is the consumer information relating to this product. In the unlikely event you experience any side effects whilst consuming this product, please contact us where we will investigate the matter thoroughly.
What Vocalzone is for
Vocalzone is recommended to help relieve throat irritation or dryness which may occur if you have been talking, singing or smoking excessively or if you have a cold.
Before you take Vocalzone
Do not take if you are allergic (hypersensitive) to any of the ingredients.
Consult your doctor
If you symptoms persist
If you are pregnant or breastfeeding
How to take Vocalzone
Adults, the elderly and children over 12 years
Repeat every 2 hours if required
Possible side effects
If you get any of these serious side effects, stop taking Vocalzone. See a doctor at once:
Difficulty in breathing.
Swelling of the face, neck, tongue or throat and rash (severe allergic reactions.)
If you experience any symptoms which you think may be due to this product, talk to you doctor or pharmacist.
How to store Vocalzone
Keep out of the reach and sight of children.
Do not use after the expiry date (end of the month) printed on the flap of the Vocalzone Packet.
What is the prominent flavour of Vocalzone Throat Pastilles?
The liquorice extract is what gives the product its distinctive flavour.
Is Vocalzone suitable for Vegans?
Yes, whilst the core recipe has remained the same, the only changes made have been to make the pastille vegan friendly.
When should I take Vocalzone?
There is no one correct answer, some people take Vocalzone prior to prolonged/intensive use of their voice. Others prefer to take them when they begin to feel the irritation on their throat.
Some people take them both before and after, and others even take them mid performance! We’d recommend not exceeding more than 1 pastille every 2 hours.
I’ve been told that Menthol is not good for my throat. Is this true?
As with most things in life, too much of one ingredient can have side effects. This too can be said about menthol.
However, the concentration of menthol used in our throat pastilles is of a safe level and the benefits of using menthol for throat care can be found in Martindale (The complete Drug Reference).
How should I consume Vocalzone?
It is recommended that you dissolve one pastille in the mouth and inhale deeply. This can be repeated every two hours if required.
Is it safe for me to take Vocalzone?
Vocalzone is a licensed medicine recommended for adults, elderly and children over the age of 12. If you have any concerns regarding treatments you may currently be taking, consult your pharmacist or doctor before use.
Is Vocalzone Throat Pastilles Gluten and Lactose Free?
Yes, Vocalzone Throat Pastilles are both Gluten & Lactose Free