The choice of kids
who grew up to be parents.
Triaminic® syrup was formulated in Lincoln, Nebraska, nearly 60 years ago.
It’s been helping families feel better ever since. Whether the kids are
coughing in front of the TV, or sneezing late at night, parents have always
turned to Triaminic® to help their kids get back to “normal.”
Original Triaminic® liquids,
Product Safety Tips
Usage, Dosage, Safety, and More
- Use formulations specially developed for your child's age group
- Contact your doctor for additional information
- Do not give adult medicine to children
- Only a parent or caregiver should give a child medicine
- Children should never take medicine without supervision
- Always read the directions on the label before administering
- Never give your child more than the indicated dose, and do not use in
conjunction with other medications unless advised by a doctor or pharmacist
- Always use products only as directed
- Keep all prescription and over-the-counter drugs out of reach of children.
- Keep medicine in its original container and keep the instructions.
- Always use the dosing device provided with the product.
- Store medicine according to the information on the label. Medicines should
not be refrigerated unless the label so directs.
Cold & Cough Resources
Just like your kids, we know you know everything in the universe. But, just in case you need a refresher, weâ€™ve compiled a few guides to help when the kids get sick.
Get help deciding when to keep your little sniffler at home.
Medication Safety Sheet
Learn how to keep kids away from medicine with this tip sheet.
Frequently Asked Questions
Follow dosing directions found on the package carefully. If you have additional
questions, consult your doctor or pharmacist. Do not use Triaminic® medicine in children under four years of age.
No. Do not give your child more medicine. Wait until the next dose, which could
be 4 to 6 hours depending on the product, to give your child more medicine.
Follow dosing directions found on the label carefully.
No. Do not give your child cough and cold medicine if he/she is under four
years of age.
Yes. Children's cold and cough medicines are safe when used as directed.
Always carefully read and follow the directions on the label.
If you have given your child too much medicine, get medical help or contact a
poison control center (1-800-222-1222) right away. Taking more than the
recommended dose of cold and cough medicine can cause liver damage
(if the medicine contains acetaminophen). Prompt medical attention is critical for
children even if you do not notice any signs or symptoms.
Contact your doctor or pharmacist before giving your child multiple medicines.
Like any product on the market, cold and cough medicines can have side effects.
Therefore, it's always recommended to follow the product label carefully. For detailed
information on potential side effects pertaining to different ingredients in Triaminic®
products, please read the entire label carefully.
Were any Triaminic® products affected by the voluntary removal of infant cold
and cough products from the U.S. market?
Yes. On October 11, 2007, U.S. industry manufacturers, voluntarily removed Infant cold and cough products as a precautionary measure to avoid consumer misuse, including unintentional overdose in infants under age two. Specifically, the following two Triaminic® products were voluntarily removed from the market: Triaminic® Infant and Toddler Thin Strips® Decongestant, and Triaminic® Infant and Toddler Thin Strips® Decongestant Plus Cough.
Some Triaminic® childrenâ€™s cold medicines are no longer available. We apologize for any inconvenience this may be causing you, and appreciate your loyalty. For information or help finding the right product for your child, please call
After careful consideration, GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) has decided to discontinue the manufacturing and distribution of Children's Triaminic® Thin Strips® as of January 1, 2012.
The decision to discontinue is based upon a business need. GSK is not recalling Children's Triaminic® Thin Strips® nor pulling the product from the shelves at retailers. Children's TriaminicÂ® Thin StripsÂ® are safe and effective when used as directed.