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Bronchosan - Pine Cough Syrup for dry, tickly, irritating throat coughs

Bronchosan Pine Cough Syrup is made from freshly harvested pine (spruce) shoots

Cough syrup
  • For dry, tickly, irritating coughs
  • Made with extracts of freshly harvested pine shoots
  • Contains honey
  • Pleasant tasting

Cough syrups help to ease the irritation in the respiratory tract. They are sometimes required after a cold or flu, or following other infections of the respiratory tract. Conventional cough syrups may contain ingredients that may cause drowsiness – and this is the reason why some people prefer to use a cough syrup containing herbal or natural ingredients which are not associated with this concern.

100ml (in stock) £ 8.19


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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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