BronchoCare Mint Lozenges Lyfherbzтм
White coloured mint flavoured round lozenges packed in blister strip of 9 Lozenges. 2 Blister strips are packed in carton.
|Each 3.0 gm contains|
|Ocimum Sanctum (Tulsi)||20 mg|
|Adhatoda vasaca (Ardusi (Vasaka))||30 mg|
|Glycyrrhiza Glabera (Yashti madhu)||30 mg|
|Zingiber Officinale (Sunth)||20 mg|
|Mentha Arvensis (Phudina)||10 mg|
|Syzygium aromaticum (Lavang)||10 mg|
|Cinnamomum Zeylanicum (Twak)||10 mg|
|Flavoured Sugar Base||q.s.|
Suggested dosage and administration:
Take 2 to 4 lozenges a day or 1 lozenge whenever throat soothing is required. For children, over 12 years of age, take 1 to 2 lozenges a day up to max. 3 lozenges a day as per severity of condition.
Being a herbal product, this formula is safe. In case of accidental acute overdose, treatment is symptomatic.
Side Effects, Special Precautions & Warnings:
There are no known serious side effects, contra-indications from ingredients of this formula individually. Various studies of the individual ingredients suggest that they are safe for the use as per dosage suggested.
Coughing is one of the most important protective reactions of the human body. It exists in order to release the respiratory tract from foreign bodies and irritating agents, for example, viruses. Therefore, cough in itself is only a symptom of a problem. When treating, you can and should ease it, make it less intense and debilitating.
Lyfherbz BronchoCare helps control cough, which has varied etiology.
Recommendations for use.
As an adjuvant in the treatment of:
- Allergies to cold and cough;
- Seasonal exacerbation of cough and cold;
- Colds and hay fever;
- Cough and cold due to polluted environment;
- Dryness and sore throat, sore throat and cold symptoms, painful swallowing and irritated throat, swelling and sore throat;
- smoker’s cough.
Sacred Basil (Tulsi) – the distinctive property of this plant is that it has antibacterial and antifungal effect, which help to fight the infection that causes respiratory problems. Contains such potent components as essential oils of camphene, eugenol and cineole. Its anti-allergic and anti-inflammatory properties also help in the treatment of respiratory allergic diseases.
Justice vascular (Ardusi Vasaka) – for many millennia the extract of its leaves was used in the treatment of bronchitis, tuberculosis, cough and dyspnea. Its active component is vasicin, the derivatives of which are commonly used bromhexine and ambroxol. As a very good expectorant, it gives immediate relief with bronchitis. It draws away the mucus that accumulates in the lungs. The plant has anti-inflammatory, analgesic, expectorant, diuretic, anti-asthmatic and abortive properties, is an antiseptic and insecticide, has pronounced antihelminthic properties, has also a sedative and anti-spasmic effect. Plant drugs suppress the growth of staphylococcus, streptococcus, diphtheria and tubercle bacillus.
Licorice naked (Yashti madhu) – helps to relax bronchial spasms. This plant also calms the pain in the throat and fights against viruses that cause diseases of the respiratory system and overproduction of mucus, renders wound healing, spasmolytic, enveloping, antimicrobial, antipyretic, antiviral and expectorant action. The centuries-old practice of licorice proves its high effectiveness in the treatment of pneumonia, bronchitis, asthma, dry cough, tuberculosis and other diseases of the upper respiratory tract. In the roots of the plant contain glycyrrhizic acid and flavonoids, which have an expectorant effect.
Ginger medicinal (Sunth) – is known as a very effective remedy for colds, coughs, influenza and influenza conditions. Indian doctors even recognized it as a universal remedy, which is used both as a spice and as a medicinal plant. It was India that first began to use ginger for cough and cold. Acts as an expectorant, relieves sputum and infection, reduces inflammation and stimulates blood circulation.
Mint Field (Phudina) – has a strong odor that opens the nasal passages and respiratory tract, making breathing easier. The main component of this plant is the essential oil, which contains the active substance – menthol. Thanks to it, mint has a number of positive effects in the fight against cough: it has astringent effect, has an antispasmodic effect, relaxes the smooth musculature of the bronchi, reduces pain, has antiseptic effect, kills microbes, relieves puffiness, promotes expectoration of sputum.
Sigygium fragrant (Lavang) – supports the work of the respiratory system, fighting with cough, bronchitis and asthma. As an integral part of the drug, it is used for pain relief, disinfection of purulent wounds, to combat pathogens.
Ceylon cinnamon (Twak) – cures phlegmatic and productive cough. Also removes the stuffiness of the throat. Cinnamon has a pronounced antimicrobial and healing effect. Has the property of dissolving mucus, clearing blood, and removing spasms. This allows the use of cinnamon in the treatment of a variety of diseases, including colds, the symptom of which is a cough. Most often with various ARI and ARVI use cinnamon from cough. It is effective in treating both dry and wet, with sputum discharge, reflex act.
Episodic or persistent, acute or chronic, dry or wet – any cough brings trouble and, fortunately, with anyone there is the opportunity to cope. The main thing in this case is to choose the optimal remedy.
The complex of medicinal plants in candies developed by our professionals allows the drug to provide effective help in the fight against cough: to expand the lumen of the bronchial tree, to improve mucociliary transport, to reduce the viscosity of phlegm and to evacuate it from the bronchi.