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Spruce Needle


Herbal cough syrup for the bronchia

SPRUCE NEEDLE herbal cough syrup helps to
cleanse the bronchial tubes
support the liquefaction of bronchial mucus
maintain a normal immune function

Package size:

Contents: 250 ml


Preis:  13,00  inkl. USt.

The spruce is both a useful tree and a valuable medicinal plant. Fresh spruce shoots as well as essential spruce needle oil can be used for medical purposes. Parts of the spruce have already been used in naturopathy since the Middle Ages. Today, its therapeutic effect has even been scientifically proven. The essential oil of spruce needles can provide complementary support in alleviating coughs and respiratory ailments. It loosens stuck mucus, which can therefore be coughed up more easily. Icelandic moss (Cetraria islandica) is a lichen that grows on the ground or on rocks. It is recommended for mucosal problems, coughs and irritations in the throat and pharynx area, but also for stimulating the appetite. Acetylcysteine acts as an expectorant and antioxidant. The effectiveness of ivy regarding colds and especially coughs is attributed to the saponins and essential oils it contains

The daily dose (= 1 tablespoon = 15 ml) of SPRUCE NEEDLE herbal cough syrup contains the following decisive ingredients:

Ingredients per daily dose (= 3 capsules) NRV*
Decisive ingredients:
Icelandic moss extract 250 mg
Spruce needle extract 250 mg
N-acetylcysteine 100 mg
Ivy leaf extract 25 mg
Vitamin C 30 mg 38 %

*NRV (Nutrient Reference Value) = recommended daily allowance. The values of the ingredients are based on average analyses.

 

Recommended intake:

1 full tablespoon (= approx. 15 ml) as needed.

 

Please note:

SPRUCE NEEDLE herbal cough syrup should be taken in the morning and at noon with sufficient liquid. The more you drink, the better the mucus dissolution and expectoration. In the evening, WILD THYME herbal cough syrup should be used for cough relief. SPRUCE NEEDLE and WILD THYME herbal cough syrups can therefore be optimally combined.