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Our expert's top picks for chesty coughs

  • Echinaforce® Drops – our most popular product for fighting flu works by supporting your hard-working immune system
  • Bronchoforce Chesty Cough – a herbal remedy containing Ivy & Thyme for the relief of chesty coughs, mucus coughs and catarrh.

Here A.Vogel's immune system expert Dr. Jen Tan recommends two key products for tackling a chesty cough.

Use our Echinaforce® for fending off the root cause of the infection itself, and for specifically targeting that cough itself (a symptom of the infection) why not opt for the lung-friendly herbs Ivy and Thyme with our Bronchoforce.

What you get:
1 x Echinaforce® 15ml
1 x Bronchoforce Chesty Cough 15ml

1 (out of stock) £ 9.00

Product reviews

Echinaforce tablets

Customer rating:

15th September 2020

“This is a brilliant product all round and have used these for many years”

Isobel Durbidge, Cornwall

Echinaforce Echinacea drops

Customer rating:

14th September 2020

“Take it to ward off colds and flu - it works if tsken regularly”

Echinaforce

Customer rating:

14th September 2020

“Marvellous stuff - I take it all the time.”

Judith Betterton

Echinaforce tablets

Customer rating:

22nd June 2020

“Easy to use, works great and delivered to the door. Love this product.”

Suzanne Stirling, Dunfermline

Response from A.Vogel: Can get much better comments than these.

Echinaforce tablets

Customer rating:

19th June 2020

“These tablets are brilliant. We’ve used them over the flu season for many years and am continuing now because of the Covid 19 situation.”

Response from A.Vogel: Thank you for your years of trust in A.Vogel's Echinaforce.

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Here’s what I recommend

As the A. Vogel Immune System expert, I recommend Bronchosan Pine Cough Syrup to help ease the symptoms of coughs.

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Did you know?

A tickly cough is technically termed as ‘non-productive.’ This is because, unlike a chesty cough, tickly or dry coughs typically bring up little to no phlegm.

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