- Mod Administrare
Eucalyptus and mint essential oils contribute to the elimination of pathogenic microorganisms, soothe throat and pharynx irritations.
Bogbean „is very popular, prescribed as an antipyretic against […] cold”. Gerhard Madaus, Lehrbuch der Biologischen Heilmittel, 1938
„Eucalyptus is a good expectorant stimulant for catarrhal broncho-pulmonary diseases” W. Felter, The Eclectic Materia Medica, Pharmacology and Therapeutics, 1922
Product type: Food supplement
Greutate netă: 60 g
Condiții de păstrare: Store in a dry place, at room temperature
Sweetener: sugar, filler agent: corn starch, antioxidant: C vitamin, sweetener: fructose, sweetener: candyleaf extract, lemon essential oil (Citri aetheroleum), peppermint essential oil (Menthae aetheroleum), white willow bark extract (Salicis cortex) standardised in min. 15% salicin 0,5%, elder flowers total extract (Sambuci flos), bogbean total extract (Menyanthidis folium) 0,5%, basil total extract (Basilici herba), hyssop total extract (Hyssopi herba) 0,5%, eucalyptus essential oil (Eucalypti aetheroleum) 0,6%.
To be used at the first signs and symptoms of cold or flu (fever, sore throat, stuffy nose, cough).
Children 3-6 years: 1-2 sachets per day.
Children 7-14 years: 2-3 sachets per day.
Children over 14 and adults: 3-4 sachets per day.
Duration of treatment is 3-7 days.
Preparation: Dissolve the content of one sachet in about 200 ml of hot water.
The drink has a pleasant taste and does not require sweetening.
Drink it warm.
Not recommended for children under 3, during pregnancy and breastfeeding and in case of hypersensitivity to any of the product's ingredients. With caution in case of diabetes.
Pregnancy and breastfeeding
Not recommended during pregnancy and breastfeeding due to the salicylate content.
The active substances pass into breast milk and may change its taste.
Caution is recommended.
1 sachet contains 4 g of carbohydrates.
Side effects and interactions:
No incompatibilities with drugs were reported at the recommended doses.
No side effects were reported.