Syrup of fresh Vlasta Drosera rotundifolia, Hedera helix, Piceae abietis (cool, ivy, wild fir)
The properties described below relate to the traditional use of the herb
Description - mode of action
This is a cool herb, which grows in shrublands of the northern hemisphere. Entire plant is used for soothing syrup and affects the throat, lungs and respiratory ducts, with beneficial results in bronchitis, whooping cough and cough.
The effectiveness of cool against streptococcus, staphylococcus and pneumococcus is due to the presence of ploumpaginis. The relaxing influence of the involuntary muscles helps to relieve asthma.
Ivy used successfully in therapeoia catarrhal conditions of the region of the paranasal sinuses. Ivy also helps treat cough and bronchitis facilitating the realization of secretions.
Wild Fir used in cases of bronchitis, sinusitis, catarrh, hoarseness, throat irritation and coughing. Wild Fir containing resin, essential oil, terpenes and tannin, which act beneficial, naturally soothing irritated upper respiratory system.
Molasses extract and wild fir (Piceae abietis), fresh herb and root cool (Drosera rotundifolia) and fresh herb ivy (Hedera helix). It also contains raw sugar, honey and fresh pear juice concentrate. Alcohol content: 6% (w / v)
Dosage and method of use
Adults: 10ml (1 scoop or 2 teaspoons) 2-4 times a day.
Children (6-12 years): Half adult dose