Clinicians Prospan Bronchial Syrup 100ml
Clinicians Prospan Bronchial Syrup 100ml

Clinicians, Coughs & Colds, Health Supplements

Herbal Cough Mixtures

Clinicians

Clinicians, Herbal Cough Mixtures, Ivy Leaf, Prospan

Description

Clinicians Prospan® Bronchial Syrup is a powerful herbal formula made from dried ivy leaf to soothe the throat and help clear the airways. 

It also helps thin mucous and moistens dry irritated membranes of the airways and is a well-tolerated formula suitable for children under 2.

Prospan is sold in 102 countries as well as being the market leader in 35 countries. Add to that 65,000 patient trials proving its effectiveness, and more than 35 publications on clinical and non-clinical data, and it is no surprise that Prospan is considered the number 1 Ivy Leaf formula in the world.


Ingredients:
Each 5ml Dose Contains:

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.

No Added: Gluten or wheat, dairy, yeast, sugar, artificial colours, and flavours.

 

Directions:
Using the enclosed measuring cup:
 
Adults and children over 12 years: Take 5ml 3 times daily.
 
Children 6-12 years: Take 5ml twice daily.
 
Children 2-6 years: Take 2.5ml twice daily.
 
For children under the age of 2:  Take 2.5ml twice daily* 

*Young children can develop serious illness quite quickly and should be assessed by a doctor before taking Prospan®.

Precautions:
  • 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).
  • Side Effects: Clinicians Prospan® Bronchial Syrup has been used around the world for nearly twenty years and is well tolerated.
  • Clinicians Prospan® Bronchial Syrup contains sorbitol which may have a laxative effect in some sensitive individuals.
  • Pregnancy & Breastfeeding: Consult your health professional before taking Clinicians Prospan® Bronchial Syrup. To date, insufficient safety studies have been performed during pregnancy and breastfeeding.
commended supplementation during this time.