Soothe your throat and help clear your airways by taking Clinicians Prospan Bronchial Syrup. It's powerful herbal formula is made from dried ivy leaf to help thin the mucus and moisten dry irritated membranes of the airways.
Active Ingredients in each 5ml dose: Hedera helix (ivy leaf) dry extract (5-7.5:1) 35mg Also contains: citric acid, natural cherry flavour, potassium sorbate, sorbitol 1.93mg/5ml (sugar substitute), xanthan gum, purified water.
Shake the bottle each time it is used. Using the enclosed measuring cup. Adults and children over 12 years: 5ml 3 times daily. Children 6-12 years: 5ml twice daily. Children 2-6 years: 2.5ml twice daily. Children under 2 years of age: 2.5ml twice daily.
Young children can develop serious illness quickly. They should always be examined by a doctor for a full check up. As part of a treatment plan, Clinicians Prospan Bronchial Syrup can be used at the recommended dose. This age group should be monitored for possible diarrhoea and vomiting. Avoid Clinicians Prospan Bronchial Syrup if you have a known allergy to any of the ingredients or are fructose intolerant (due to the sorbitol content). Clinicians Prospan Bronchial Syrup contains sorbitol which may have a laxative effect in some sensitive individuals. If pregnant or breastfeeding, consult your health care professional before taking Clinicians Prospan Bronchial Syrup. To date insufficient safety studies have been performed during pregnancy and breast feeding. Do not take Clinicians Prospan Bronchial Syrup for longer than one month as long-term studies have not been conducted beyond this time frame.
Both children and adults can contract seasonal ills and chills, which can have quite an impact on both productivity and well-being. Although the body has the capacity to clear itself of mucus, it will definitely help to have additional support in order to assist our immune system to hasten the process of healing. Clinicians Prospan Bronchial Syrup combines the latest technology with scientific research. It uses the herbal power of wild ivy, a herb that has been trusted for hundreds of years to help support the respiratory tract. Clinicians have used a special drying process that retains only the pure active powder of ivy.