Clinicians Prospan Lozenges

Clinicians

$10.50 $14.90

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Prospan Lozenge's main active ingredient is Ivy Leaf. The dried plant extract is standardised, which means there is a consistently measurable amount of active ingredients every time the product is taken.

For literally hundreds of years, many people have placed their trust in the effective herbal power of wild medicinal ivy for respiratory tract support. The manufacturers of Prospan Lozenges have taken the knowledge on this power of nature and further developed it through years fo intensive research.

The result is an original ivy extract, which is manufactured using a special process and which an be found in all Prospan preparations. With this extract, the power of ivy can be put to best use in a modern way.

Prospan Lozenges soothe the throat and help clear the airways. They can be used for winter ills and chills.

Product Features:

  • Clinically proven efficacy of Ivy as an effective treatment for bronchitis, coughs and colds in both children and adults
  • Features Ivy Leaves to assist in eliminating, clearing and relieving the discomfort of acute bronchitis
  • Does not contain alcohol, sugar or artificial colours
  • Great tasting orange and menthol appeals to all ages
  • Suitable for children over 6 years of age
  • Sealed blister pack for easy-to-take anywhere use

Directions:

  • Adults and children over 12 years of age: Suck 1 lozenge 4 times a day
  • Children between age 6 and 12: Suck 1 lozenge twice a day
  • Allow the lozenge to dissolve in the mouth after meals (not while lying down)

Precautions:

  • Based on manufacturer's data, in very rare instances (less than 1 in 10,000 people), ivy may cause an allergic reaction, if this occurs seek immediate medical advice. Do not continue to take Ivy leaf if a hypersensitivity reaction has occurred.
  • While ProspanÆ Lozenges are considered safe and well tolerated there is insufficient safety data to recommend their use during pregnancy and breastfeeding.

Ingredients:

  • Active Ingredients in each lozenge:
  • Ivy leaves dry extract (5-7.5:1) 26mg
  • Also contains: Maltitol and sorbitol solution, acacia, citric acid, acesulfame potassium, medium chain triglycerides, orange flavouring menthol flavouring, purified water.
  • No added: Gluten (or wheat), dairy, yeast, sugar, artificial colours, flavours or preservatives.

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