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Dr Theiss Plantain Cough Syrup 250ml

Dr Theiss Plantain Cough Syrup 250ml

Brand : Dr Theiss Dr Theiss
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Dr Theiss Plantain Cough Syrup 250ml in our organic pharmacy, Comment on advice for use and dosage with our partner Avis checked after your purchase.

Dr Theiss Plantain Cough Syrup 250ml

Coughing is a natural bodily mechanism used to purify the airways of inhaled impurities. It is usually due to irritation which can be located throughout the respiratory tract: the trachea, the bronchi.
In bronchitis, the cough is usually “dry” first and then becomes oily within a few days. But during a winter respiratory illness, the cough can be “mixed”: sometimes dry, sometimes oily, depending on the time. After such a viral episode, the cough continues for 3 to 8 weeks while the disease is cured, because the mucous membrane of the respiratory tree has been weakened: it is called "post-infectious" and "sub-acute".

Plantain syrup ( plantago lanceolata ) was born from the experience and herbalist knowledge of Dr. Theiss.

It has a soothing action on the throat and the respiratory tract .

This syrup can be taken by children from 3 years old and is an effective help for the whole family.

Description of Dr Theiss Plantain Cough Syrup 250ml

Dr Theiss' Plantain Syrup gently and effectively relieves cough symptoms. It consists of plantain, as well as molasses and honey.

Plantain has antibacterial , cough and anti-inflammatory properties . It is a plant known to treat bronchopulmonary infections .

Plantain is also recognized as an anti-allergic.

Directions for use and dosage


Plantain syrup can be consumed pure or diluted in tea, herbal tea, water, etc.
Adults: 1 tablespoon, 3 to 4 times a day
Children over 2 years old: 1 teaspoon, 3 to 4 times a day.

Comment on the recommendations for use and dosage of Dr Theiss Plantain Cough Syrup 250ml with our partner Avis checked after your purchase.

Composition

Molasses, honey, water, plantain extract, preservative: potassium sorbate, mint essential oil.

Precaution of use

Keep out of the reach of young children.

Do not exceed the recommended daily dose.
Food supplements should not replace a varied and balanced diet, nor a healthy lifestyle.

Introducing Dr Theiss Plantain Cough Syrup 250ml

250 ml bottle

Our advice and expert opinions in pharmacy

A cough is often caused by a runny nose. This discharge accumulates and irritates the back of the nose, it triggers coughing fits especially when lying down during a cold, sinusitis or angina. An infection of the windpipe (tracheitis), bronchi (bronchitis) or lungs (pneumonia) can cause a heavy cough.

Additional advice:

  • Humidify the air:

Dry air increases irritation of the mucous membranes and causes coughing fits. If the humidity level in the room is less than 45%, use a humidifier. Choose it preferably in cold air to avoid the risk of burns. There is no need to exceed 55% humidity.

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