Teejel (Choline Salicylate)

TEEJEL® Purdue Frederick Choline Salicylate Compound Topical Oral Analgesic

Action and Clinical

Choline salicylate, a topical analgesic, acts to reduce and relieve the pain and discomfort of sore, tender, inflamed gums.IndicationsIndications:

Indications And Clinical Uses : For relief of teething pain, denture irritations and gum and mouth sores; also used postoperatively following oral procedures.


Known hypersensitivity to salicylates.:


Discontinue use if excessive irritation develops, or pain or discomfort persists. Do not administer to children under 2 years of age except on the advice of a physician or dentist.:

Adverse Effects:

Dosage And Administration:

Spread an adequate amount (1 cm) of gel on finger and apply to the tender, painful area, without rubbing vigorously or using pressure. The gel may be applied every 3 to 4 hours as needed, including just before bedtime.

Availability And Storage:

Each g of clear, liquorice flavored, sugar-free gel contains: choline salicylate 87 mg (equivalent to salicylate content of 65 mg of ASA), cetyl dimethyl benzyl-ammonium chloride 100 g, flavoring agents and vehicles. Alcohol: 39%. Sodium: <1 mmol/g. pH: 5.5. Tubes of 7 g.

TEEJEL® Purdue Frederick Choline Salicylate Compound Topical Oral Analgesic

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