Syrup of fresh shoots Drosinula rotundifolia, Hedera helix, Piceae abietis (cool, ivy, wild fir)
Drosinula is an herb, which grows in the bushes of the northern hemisphere. The whole plant is used for the soothing syrup and acts on the throat, lungs and respiratory tract, with beneficial effects on bronchitis, whooping cough and persistent cough.
The efficacy of dewberry against streptococcus, staphylococcus and pneumococcus is due to the presence of plumbagin. Its relaxing effect on the involuntary muscles helps to relieve asthma.
Ingredients: Syrup and extract of wild fir (Piceae abietis), fresh herb and root of dewberry (Drosera rotundifolia) and fresh herb of ivy (Hedera helix). It also contains raw sugar, honey and concentrated fresh pear juice. Alcohol content: 6% (w/v)
Dosage and method of use
Adults: 10ml (1 scoop or 2 teaspoons) 2 to 4 times a day.
Children (6-12 years): half the adult dose.