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Dry cough

A dry cough produces little or no mucus and is caused by irritation or inflammation in the throat and chest

Echinacea is a traditional herb known to aid the body in its fight against the symptoms of cold and flu. Supplements like Echinaforce help increase the body’s resistance to infection by strengthening the immune system, allowing the body to fight the misery of colds and flu.

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    Amy — 19.06.2017 21:45
    Iv had a dry chesty cough for bout a week now iv take medicine and lozenges but still no help its killing me when I go to bed and lie down its worse iv being drinking plenty too

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      Jen Tan — 20.06.2017 09:11
      Hello Amy. The most likely cause of an acute dry cough will be a viral infection. If this is the case with you, I would suggest the use of the A.Vogel Cough Spray containing the herbs Mullein and Marshmallow. If however, your cough persists for longer than 3 weeks or worsens, please see your doctor to get checked out.

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    Nanono sumayiyah — 07.06.2017 07:11
    I have heard a dry cough for two years now i have taken all sorts of allergy medicine...but it failed...the last doctor i saw told me its acid reflux....she gave me medication but also didnt work...am out of options but its so painful

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      Dr Jen Tan — 07.06.2017 10:40
      Hello Nanono, To help with symptoms of acid reflux, consider our Herbal bitters, such as, Digestisan.

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    sintayehu — 05.06.2017 21:24
    thanks

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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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