Bronchipret ® thyme ivy syrup: relieves cough, loosens mucus.Herbal medicine for the relief of cough with mucus formation in acute bronchitis.
– The tough mucus can be coughed up more easily – The irritation of the cough is relieved – The annoying cough subsides
Bronchipret thyme ivy syrup is available without prescription in pharmacies and drugstores. This is an approved medicine. Read the package insert.
Thyme and ivy: A powerful duo against coughs
The combined plant power of thyme and ivy loosens the stuck mucus and soothes the cough. Thyme is a culinary. Medicinally used herb. It grows perennially and best in Mediterranean areas in well drained soil and likes plenty of sunshine. In Bronchipret thyme ivy syrup are u.a. Contains thymol, carvacrol and cineol from thyme. Together with other secondary plant substances, they inhibit inflammation in the lower respiratory tract and promote expectoration.
Hedera helix, the ivy, is an evergreen climbing plant that grows up to 20-30m high, but also as ground cover. Typical ingredients are saponins, these have a sputum-promoting effect.
Frequently asked questions about Bronchipret Thyme Ivy Syrup
Bronchitis often begins with a dry, irritating cough without sputum. In this case, a cough suppressant can help relieve the coughing irritation for a short time. As the disease progresses, the cough in bronchitis changes into a productive cough with sputum. To loosen the mucus and make it easier to cough up, a cough expectorant is then the right choice.
Bronchipret thyme ivy syrup fights the inflammatory symptoms, loosens the stuck mucus and makes it easier to expectorate. As a result, Bronchipret Thyme Ivy Syrup also soothes the cough receptors, the coughing irritation subsides.
Children from 6 to 11 years of age: 4.3 ml 3 times daily Adults and adolescents from 12 years of age: 5.4 ml 3 times daily
Bronchipret Thyme Ivy Syrup should be taken undiluted. Afterwards some fluid (preferably water) can be drunk. Please note: Shake well before each use.
Bronchipret Thyme Ivy Syrup is available without prescription in pharmacies and drugstores.
Bronchipret thyme ivy syrup is lactose-free and gluten-free.
It is recommended to store the opened bottle at room temperature. Temperature fluctuations (refrigerator – heat – refrigerator) should rather be avoided. You could favor precipitation.
Patients suffering from an allergy to birch pollen, mugwort pollen and celery may also react to thyme preparations due to a cross-allergy. Also with Lippenblutler allergy sufferers are cross reactions to thyme possible.
There is a theoretical risk of a possible cross-allergic reaction. Therefore, we do not advise people who are allergic to other plants of the Lamiaceae family or to birch, mugwort or celery to use Bronchipret Thyme Ivy Syrup.