Pastille
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British pronunciation/pˈɑːstɪl/
American pronunciation/pˈæstɪl/
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a sweet that contains medicine or is flavored with fruit to treat sore throat

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A pastille is a small, round candy that is often flavored with herbs, spices, or fruit extracts. They are typically made by mixing powdered sugar with gum arabic, which is a natural gum derived from the sap of acacia trees. The mixture is then flavored with a variety of ingredients, such as lavender, mint, or lemon, and shaped into small, bite-sized pieces. Pastilles have a smooth, hard texture and dissolve slowly in the mouth, releasing their fragrant and flavorful essence. They are often used as a natural remedy for sore throats or other respiratory ailments, as some ingredients may have soothing or healing properties. Pastilles can also be enjoyed as a sweet treat or used as a decorative element in desserts and beverages.

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