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Flordis Prospan Chesty Cough Relief Soft Lozenges x 20 Pack

Flordis Prospan Chesty Cough Relief Soft Lozenges x 20 Pack

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PRODUCT INFO

Prospan Lozenges are a natural chesty cough medicine that’s easy to take on-the-go for reliable relief from cold and flu symptoms such as;

  • Relieve coughing.
  • Clear chest congestion.
  • Soothe the airways.

 

Ingredients

  • Each Prospan® soft lozenge contains 26 mg Ivy leaf extract Hedera
    helix (EA 575) equivalent to:
    • dry leaf 163 mg / lozenge

    Each Prospan® soft lozenge contains 0.53 g of maltitol and
    0.53 g sorbitol.

    This product does not contain alcohol, sugar, colourings, sucrose,
    gluten, tartrazine or any other azo dyes.

Dosage:

Age

Dosage

Frequency

Adults &

12 yrs+

1 lozenge

4 times per day

6-11 yrs

1 lozenge

2 times per day

Prospan lozenges are not recommended in children under 6 years of age.

Prospan cough lozenges are non-drowsy and well tolerated in adults, adolescents and children 6 years of age and over.For further information see the FAQs section below or contact us directly. It is recommended that you talk to your healthcare professional if you have any questions about the use of Prospan lozenges. 

Contains sorbitol and maltitol. Products containing sorbitol and maltitol may have a laxative effect or cause diarrhoea. Contains sorbates.

AILMENT INFO

The common Cold in a benign viral infection of the Upper Respiratory Tract. 

  • Symptoms are a sore throat, nasal congestion, sneezing and mild fever.
  • Recovery usually occurs 7-10 days after onset.

 

The flu is a more sever respiratory infection, caused by the influenza virus.

  • Symptoms are similar to the common cold however more severe and include high fever, malaise and muscle pain. Bed rest is usually always required.
  • Recovery usually occurs 1-2 weeks after onset. However can last longer if the person develops complications most common in the elderly or immunocompromised.