Drosétux Dry cough 150ML Boiron homeopathic syrup



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Drosétux Dry Cough 150ML is a homeopathic syrup from the Boiron laboratory indicated for the treatment of dry cough and irritant cough from 6 years (children and adults).

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What should you take Drosetux Boiron for?

Treatment of dry cough, irritation cough.

Dry cough is a very common reason for medical consultation. It is not a disease, but a symptom, which is trivial in itself but can have multiple causes.

A cough is a brutal and forced air expiration reflex, which must make it possible to clean the respiratory tract by expelling respiratory viruses. Unlike so-called fatty cough, dry cough does not produce sputum (it is non-productive). Most often it is a cough of irritation.

Who is Drosetux syrup for?

Adults and children
Not before 6 years in self-medication

How to take Drosetux in homeopathic syrup?

Oral use

Use the measuring cup at the scale indicated below.

Adults : it is advisable to take 1 dose of 15 ml, 2 to 3 times a day.


  • Before 5 years: 1 dose of 2.5 ml, 3 to 4 times a day.
  • From 5 years: 1 dose of 5 ml, 3 to 5 times a day.

The catches should be distributed during the day, preferably outside meals, and at bedtime to best calm night cough.

Syrup should not be taken for a long time. If symptoms persist for more than 5 days, consult your doctor.

Pharmaceutical form of Drosetux

150 ml bottle with measuring cup

What does Drosetux contain?

Drosera 3 CH, Arnica montana 3 CH, Belladonna 3 CH, Cina 3 CH, Coccus cacti 3 CH, Corallium rubrum 3 CH, Cuprum 3 CH, Ferrum phosphoricum 3 CH, Ipeca 3 CH, Solidago virga aurea 1 CH aa
Excipient of Drosetux: Sodium benzoate, Citric acid monohydrate, Purified water, Simple syrup
Drosetux authorized medication: n ° 3400931998129

Are toothpaste and homeopathy compatible?

Some homeopaths recommend not using certain toothpastes that are not compatible with these treatments. Homeopathic granules or homeopathic tablets must melt under the tongue and to be effective the mucous membrane of the mouth must not be impregnated with any flavor (tobacco, coffee, chewing gum, toothpaste, etc.). We advise you to choose the Natural Toothpaste Daily care of teeth and gums LEHNING compatible with a homeopathic treatment .

Special warnings and special precautions for use with Drosetux

In some patients, sugar intake should be taken into account:

  • 1 dose of 5 ml contains 4.2 g of sucrose.
  • 1 dose of 15 ml contains 12.6 g of sucrose.

In case of pregnancy and breastfeeding

Ask your doctor or pharmacist for advice before taking any medicine.
Medicines. Read the instructions carefully. If the symptoms persist, consult your doctor. Consult your pharmacist.

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