Since 1911 Nyal has been a popular medicinal brand in Australian homes providing effective products for:
Coughs, Colds and Flu
Cold Sores & Cracked Lips
Nyal is a trusted brand for the whole family, providing quality medications at affordable prices. Nyal has become one of the largest cold & flu brands in supermarket today.
1. Aztec Grocery Scan 27/10/13 MAT
Bronchitis Cough Medicine
Mild expectorant that provides soothing temporary relief from coughing associated with colds.
Contains Ammonium Chloride 110mg/10mL.
Available in 200mL.
Chesty Cough Medicine
Helps loosen phlegm and clear chesty coughs associated with colds and flu.
Contains Guaiphenesin 200mg/10mL.
Availabe in 200mL bottle.
Cold and Flu Fighter Tablets (Day & Night) 24
relief of cold & flu symptoms and associated body aches and pains:
Contains ingredients including Elderberry.
Cough, Cold and Flu Tablets (Day & Night) 24
Helps relieve cough, cold & flu symptoms:
Dry irritating coughs
Contains ingredients including Liquorice, Horseradish, Vitamin C, Zinc, Echinacea and Garlic.
Decongestant Nasal Spray
Helps relieve nasal congestion in:
Colds and Flu
Allergy and Hayfever
Contains Phenylephrine Hydrochloride to help dry up secretions of the nose to make breathing easier.
Available in 15mL spray.
Dry Cough Medicine
Helps provide soothing relief from dry irritating coughs associated with colds & flu, and sore throats.
Contains Pentoxyverine Citrate 15mg/10mL.
Available in 200mL bottle.
Sinus Relief Tablets (Day & Night) 24
Helps relieve sinus symptoms including:
Contains Elderflower and White Willow - anti-inflammatory & anti-catarrhal properties to help relieve sinusitis.
Always read the label. Use only as directed. If sysptoms persist see your healthcare professional.
This medicine may not be right for you. Read the label before purchase. Follow the directions for use. When using sunscreen always wear a hat, protective clothing and sunglasses. Avoid prolonged high-risk sun exposure. Reapply sunscreen frequently or use in accordance with directions. If symptoms worsen or change unexpectedly, talk to your healthcare professional.”