Contains Elecampane and White Horehound; plus traditional Chinese herbs for natural relief of coughs due to bronchial congestion.
Bronchitis Bronchial congestion Common cold and flu Upper respiratory infections including laryngitis Other benefits Supports healthy lung function Soothes bronchial airways Bronchelix is a synergistic formula containing the Western herbal expectorants; Elecampane and White Horehound; plus Chinese herbs to relieve cough due to bronchial congestion (whether productive or unproductive); bronchial dryness or bronchial spasm associated with bronchitis; common cold; flu and upper respiratory infections such as laryngitis. In addition to being a multi-purpose expectorant and antitussive; this medicine provides antiinfective; antiallergic; bronchodilator; demulcent (soothes bronchial airways); anticatarrhal (resolves mucous); antiinflammatory and detoxifying effects to promote healthy lung and respiratory function. It also provides trophorestorative (tonic) action on the lungs to assist with recuperation.
Ingredients & Excipients
Each tablet contains: Â Inula helenium (Elecampane) root 750mg Marrubium vulgare (White Horehound) herb 500mg Pinellia ternata (Pinellia) rhizome 450mg Aster tataricus (Aster) root & rhizome 350mg Houttuynia cordata (Houttuynia) herb 400mg Platycodon grandiflorus (Balloonflower) root 350mg Stemona japonica (Stemona) root 300mg Glycyrrhiza uralensis (Licorice) root and stolon 200mg Thyme oil (Thyme oil) 10mg Â NO artificial colours; flavours or preservatives; yeast; wheat; gluten; nuts; dairy or animal products. Suitable for vegans and vegetarians.”
Dose & Administration
Adult: 2 â€“ 3 capsules one to three times daily. Child (6 â€“ 12yrs): 1 â€“ 2 capsules one to three times daily. Child (2 â€“ 12yrs): Â½- 1 capsules one to three times daily (tablet must be crushed and mixed with syrup or honey). For all ages; an extra dose may be taken as professionally advised. Always read the label. Use only as directed. If symptoms persist consult your pharmacist or healthcare practitioner.
During pregnancy; always consult with a qualified healthcare practitioner before taking herbal medicines and nutritional supplements. Always read the label. Use only as directed. If symptoms persist consult your healthcare practitioner.