Chest relief for Coughs 100ml
Support chest, rest and recover. Safe for pregnancy if used as directed.
Directions: For the respiratory health of all your family, take Chest Relief. It helps clear the chest and airways of mucous and support relaxed breathing.
|Dose:||Acute: 1-2 weeks||Chronic or Reccuring:|
|Adult||5ml, up to 6x daily||5ml, 2x daily|
|6-12yrs||2.5ml, up to 6x daily||2.5ml, 2x daily|
|0-6 years||Kids Chest Relief||Kids Chest Relief|
For immediate support, take every 30 minutes for up to 3 hours. Do not exceed 6 doses per day. For children 0-6 years, we recommend Kids Chest Relief Day or Kids Chest Relief Night.
Always read the label and use as directed. If symptoms persist, see your health professional.
Special Instructions: Shake well before use. Store out of direct sunlight, in a cool place.
– No documented herb-drug interactions within the recommended dosage
– Contraindications: over-sensitivity to any ingredients
– Check ingredients for known allergies or over-sensitivity
– Discontinue use if irritation occurs
– No restriction on long term use
– Suitable for pregnant and breastfeeding women
– Bronchial Asthma: suitable within the recommended dosage
Oral Liquid Ingredients:
In a natural vegetable glycerin base. Contains ethanol. Hypoallergenic. Does not contain sugar, artificial sweeteners, colours, flavours, preservatives, gluten, wheat or dairy. GE Free.
100% organic fresh-plant extracts of:
Aniseed (Pimpinella anisum semen): The oils in Aniseed soothe the gut wall, easing griping pains and reducing the production of gas in the digestives tract. It has a pleasant taste that is commonly used to improve the taste of medicines for children, increasing compliance.
Grindelia (Grindelia robusta herba): May support coughs, including whooping cough. It may support excess mucous and catarrh in the upper respiratory tract, due to its expectorant action.
Licorice root (Glycyrrhiza glabra radix): May support irritated mucous membranes and may have anti-inflammatory properties thus may supoprt respiratory problems, sore throats, asthma and chest infections. Licorice may also support the loosening of mucous in airways which brings up phlegm. It may help to relax bronchial spasms such as wheezing and shortness of breath, commonly experienced in asthma.
Marshmallow root (Althaea officinalis radix): The most important herb to relieve dry, unproductive coughs and bronchitis due to its support for inflammation. It may support the mucous membrane tissue of the nose, throat and mouth.
Mullein (Verbascum densiflorum herba): May support irritated mucous membranes in the throat by forming a protective layer. Its anti-inflammatory properties provide support on the voice box (larynx) and may support fevers. Mullein may be especially beneficial for sufferers of nasal congestion (eg. catarrh) and irritating coughs and bronchitis.
Plantain (Plantago lanceolata herba): Nature’s own antibiotic, traditionally used to treat colds, coughs, fevers and sinusitis. It may help to expel phlegm and soothe inflamed and painful mucous membranes in the nose, throat, bronchi and lungs. Plantain may be particularly useful to support wheezing and asthma.
Thyme (Thymus vulgaris herba cum flos): With essential oils to fight bacterial and viral infections, Thyme is classified as a natural antibiotic to help support immunity. Effective at supporting wet and dry coughs, as well as asthma. Its expectorant action may help to clear the air passage of excess saliva and mucous, resulting in a productive cough.
Hypoallergenic. Also contains vegetable glycerine and ethanol.