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Bronchosan - Pine Cough Syrup for dry, tickly, irritating 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 soothing honey
  • Pleasant tasting

"Pleasant tasting and soothed irritating dry cough" (Feefo customer review)

Cough syrups have long been used to help ease and soothe irritation in the respiratory tract.

Made from extracts of freshly harvested pine shoots, Bronchosan Pine Cough Syrup can be used to relieve dry, tickly and irritating coughs. Bronchosan also contains honey which not only gives the product a sweet, pleasant taste, it soothes the throat too. The addition of concentrated pear juice further adds to the syrups pleasing taste.

100ml (in stock) £ 8.99


(Read 20 reviews)

Product reviews

Bronchosan Dry Cough Syrup

Customer rating:

11th June 2020

“I do recommend this one .Very good quality”

Response from A.Vogel: Thank you for your Bronchosan feedback.

Bronchosan Dry Cough Syrup

Customer rating:

29th May 2020

“Quick service, accuracy, a nice unexpected gift inside the box!”

Response from A.Vogel: Lovely comments, thank you.

Bronchosan Dry Cough Syrup

Customer rating:

12th March 2020

“Helped post Christmas cough”

Response from A.Vogel: Delighted Bronchosan helped ease your cough.

Bronchosan Dry Cough Syrup

Customer rating:

21st February 2020

“Wonderful product. Really works well.”

Colin Mckenzie

Response from A.Vogel: Fantastic result with Bronchosan.

Bronchosan Dry Cough Syrup

Customer rating:

18th November 2019

“Works well”

Response from A.Vogel: Great result.

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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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