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Herbion Cough Syrup with Honey -- 5 fl oz


Herbion Cough Syrup with Honey
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Herbion Cough Syrup with Honey -- 5 fl oz

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Herbion Cough Syrup with Honey Description

  • All Natural
  • With Honey
  • Herbal Formula
  • Alcohol Free • Non Sedative
  • Soothes Coughs Associated with Hoarseness, Dry Throat and Irritants
  • Naturally Optimizes Immune System

Sore throat and congestion in the respiratory and bronchial tracts can be extremely painful and uncomfortable. We need a strong immune system to fight any viral and bacterial attack that comes our way. Herbion Cough syrup optimizes immune system to maintain healthy bronchial passageways and lung functions.

 

It contains Malabar Nut which acts as an expectorant for bronchitis. The Marshmallow seed and root is also present in this blend which is used to relieve pain and inflammation of the mucous membranes that line the respiratory tract. The fruit of Large Leaf Geiger Tree is used for medicinal purposes for bronchial ailments.

 

Licorice in the formula protects delicate tissues in the throat. The Jujube has high antioxidant properties, including vitamin C, A, and other organic compounds that strengthen the immune system.

 

Borage in the Herbion Naturals Cough syrup promotes healthy lung functions. The Long Pepper soothes throat and helps relieve cough while the Hyssop plant loosens phlegm that has been deposited in the respiratory tracts and soothes coughs.

 

This syrup also contains Sweet Violet that is used for respiratory tract conditions like dry or sore throat, stuffy nose, cough, hoarseness, and bronchitis. The Greater Galangal in the blend soothes inflammation and helps relieve respiratory distress. This balanced formula is rich in natural plant extracts. This gluten-free, alcohol-free, nut-free, non-sedative dietary supplement  is equally effective for adults and children.

 

Herbion Cough Syrup with its honey flavor tastes great and naturally promotes healthy respiratory function.

 

Efficacious Remedy with Prominent Results: Cough Syrup efficiently helps relieve cough, soothe throat, optimize immune system, promoting healthy bronchial passage and lung functions.

 

High-Quality, Natural, Potent Herbs: This non-sedative supplement contains herb extracts such as Malabar Nut, Marshmallow, Large Leaf Geiger Tree, Licorice, Jujube, Borage, Long Pepper, Hyssop, Sweet Violet, and Greater Galangal.

 

Good-Tasting Herbal Expectorant: Herbion Naturals Cough syrup is a pleasant way to soothe throat as it contains natural, tasty honey. It is free of artificial colors, flavors, alcohol, and gluten.

 

Effective for Adults and Children: This vegan supplement is suitable for adults and children two years and above.

 

Formulated with High Standard Techniques: Herbion Naturals products are prepared in an ultramodern pharmaceutical plant conforming to the latest International cGMP standards.

  • Soothes Sore Throat
  • Helsp Relieve Cough & Cold
  • Promotes Healthy Lung Function
  • Promotes Healthy Bronchial Passages
  • Naturally Optimizes Immune System
  • Improves Breathing
  • Alcohol Free
  • Non Sedative


Directions

Shake well before use.

As a dietary supplement for:

 

Adults and Children over 12 years: 2 teaspoons 3 to 4 times per day
Children (2 to 12 years): 1 teaspoon 3 to 4 times per day

Free Of
Alcohol

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.


Supplement Facts
Serving Size: 2 tsp. (10 mL)
Servings per Container: 15
Amount Per Serving% Daily Value
Calories18
Carbohydrates5 g2%
Sugar5 g*
Proprietary blend
Herb: Extract Ratio (5:1) Malabar Nut (leaf), Marshmallow (seed and root), Large Leaf Gieger Tree (fruit), Licorice (root), Jujube (fruit), Borage (leaf and flower), Long Pepper (fruit), Hyssop (whole plant), Sweet Violet (leaf and flower), Greater Galangal (rhizome)
240 mg*
*Daily value not established.
Other Ingredients: Honey, citric acid, glycerin, peppermint oil, clove oil.
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Study Suggests Honey is Effective for Treating Coughs & Colds

You and Winnie the Pooh now have yet another reason to love honey. A new study shows honey outperforms typical methods, including antihistamines, expectorants, cough suppressants and painkillers, for treatment of symptoms stemming from upper respiratory tract infections — namely the common cold. Researchers from the United Kingdom’s University of Oxford found honey was effective at easing one symptom in particular: both the severity and frequency of coughing.

Golden Honey in Glass Jar with Wooden Dipper to Represent Question Is Honey Good for a Cold | Vitacost.com/blog

Is honey good for a cold?

The study, published in August 2020 in the journal BMJ Evidence Based Medicine, analyzed 14 clinical trials involving treatment of symptoms arising from upper respiratory tract infections. Two of those trials indicated that the symptoms lasted one to two days less among adults whose treatment regimens included honey. Aside from coughing, symptoms of these infections include sore throat, stuffy nose and sneezing. The researchers point out that honey is cheap and readily available, and causes virtually no side effects. As a result, the researchers say, doctors can recommend honey as a suitable alternative to antibiotics, which are commonly prescribed for upper respiratory tract infections. Antibiotics often do nothing to combat these infections, since most of these infections are viral and antibiotics don’t combat viruses, according to the study. “Honey has long been used as a home remedy to treat coughs and colds. There’s evidence for its use in children, but the evidence for its effectiveness for a range of upper respiratory tract symptoms in adults [hadn’t] been systematically reviewed,” according to a news release about the BMJ study.

Other benefits of honey

Relief of symptoms from upper respiratory tract infections isn’t the only benefit of honey. For instance, it’s been shown to help heal wounds and burns, and to pack antioxidant and anti-inflammatory powers. Plus, it naturally supplies a boost of energy thanks to its high carbohydrate content. According to the Mayo Clinic, the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center and the Honeybee Conservancy, research suggests it also might:
  • Ease symptoms of certain types of allergies.
  • Help treat skin conditions like acne, dandruff, psoriasis and rosacea.
  • Decrease dryness of hair and skin.
  • Reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease.
  • Treat gastrointestinal tract conditions such as diarrhea.
  • Offer antidepressant and anti-anxiety properties.
  • Help prevent memory disorders.
“So, as a choice of added sweeteners, honey has some bonus features that table sugar and high-fructose corn syrup lack. But remember that, in the end, honey is still a form of added sugar,” according to the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF).

How much honey per day should you consume?

Therefore, honey should be counted as a part of your daily intake of added sugar, UCSF recommends. That means 6 teaspoons (25 grams) of honey per day for women and 9 teaspoons (38 grams) for men. The extension service at Michigan State University points out that one tablespoon of sugar contains 49 calories and 15 grams of carbohydrates, while a tablespoon of honey contains 68 calories and 17.2 grams of carbohydrates. “However, honey tastes sweeter than sugar,” the extension service says, “so you may use less of it.” Children under age 1 shouldn’t consume honey, due to their still-developing digestive and immune systems. People with bee and pollen allergies or sensitivities also should avoid honey. For other people, experts tout honey as a healthier alternative to other natural forms of sugar as well as artificial sweeteners. “Honey is one of the most appreciated and valued natural products introduced to humankind since ancient times,” according to a research review published in 2017 in the journal Pharmacognosy Research. Keep in mind, though, that not all types of honey are the same. In the U.S. alone, there are more than 300 types of honey, according to the National Honey Board, an industry-backed group that promotes the natural sweetener. “The benefits of one particular honey can differ from another depending on many factors, including the nectar’s floral source, the environment and even the bee’s age,” USA Today notes.

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