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A.Vogel - Bronchosan (Bronchoforce), 50ml

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Chesty coughs can accompany colds or flu. They may come about as soon as the infection starts and could linger for long periods after the viruses have left your system. Herbal remedies have a long tradition of use in treating chesty coughs. Today, they are increasingly being chosen by people who prefer to use natural medicines and those wishing to avoid the use of synthetic cough remedies.

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Bronchoforce Chesty Cough is a herbal remedy designed for the relief of chesty coughs, mucus coughs and catarrh. It helps relieve chesty coughs resulting from excess mucus or catarrh in the respiratory tract.

  • Herbal remedy for chesty or mucus cough
  • Helps the body expel mucus or catarrh from the chest
  • Made from freshly harvested Ivy and Thyme
  • Contains Liquorice root

Chesty coughs result from an excess of mucus or catarrh produced by your respiratory tract. This results in the tubes of your lungs and throat being irritated, triggering the cough reflex and an attempt by the body to expel mucus.

Bronchoforce may be taken by people suffering from asthma. However, please bear in mind the following:

  1. Coughs may be a sign of worsening asthma so if your cough does not improve with treatment, speak to your doctor
  2. People with asthma may be more prone to allergies. These could be caused by a variety of triggers including foods, medicines as well as herbs. If this is your experience, you may wish to start off by trying a small dose of Bronchoforce (say 5 drops) to see if you are allergic to the herbs present which are Ivy, Thyme and liquorice

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A.Vogel - Bronchosan (Bronchoforce), 50ml

A.Vogel - Bronchosan (Bronchoforce), 50ml

Chesty coughs can accompany colds or flu. They may come about as soon as the infection starts and could linger for long periods after the viruses have left your system. Herbal remedies have a long tradition of use in treating chesty coughs. Today, they are increasingly being chosen by people who prefer to use natural medicines and those wishing to avoid the use of synthetic cough remedies.

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